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Settat Vacation Packages
Settat Vacation Packages
Rabat is located around 80 miles to the northeast of Settat, and Marrakech is 95 miles to the south.
Why don't you visit two of the most popular stretches of coastline? El Jadida Beach, 55 miles to the west, and Dahomey Beach, 60 miles to the northeast, are great picks.
Berrechid and Chaouia-Ouardigha Region are two destinations in the wider region that you can easily work into your travel plans.
When you are ready to venture further afield, check out a regional hub. Casablanca is approximately 40 miles away and features a varied list of attractions, such as Central Market of Casablanca, Ecole Assimil-Formation and Complex Cultural Sidi Belyout. Should you have the time, also check out United Nations Square and Port of Casablanca.
Get active outdoors while you're in Morocco. If you're tired of too much sitting, why not give mountain biking or mountain climbing a shot?
If you prefer to take things easy when you are away from home, you're in the right place. All your stress will melt away as you head outdoors to do some sunbathing or bird watching.
You'll be able to learn fair more spending time with the locals than you ever could from the pages of your guidebook. Think about signing up for some wildlife spotting tours, city walking tours and culinary tours.
Have a break from sightseeing and spend a relaxing afternoon swimming or surfing.
If the weather has got you looking for some shelter, plan a trip to the region's art museums, art galleries, craft workshops and palaces.
On a fine day, take the time to explore the region's open-air markets.
Delve into the region's past when you see its time-weathered ruins, castles, traditional villages, old towns, fortresses and historic palaces.
Visitors exploring Morocco will be able to learn about the region's religious aspects at its numerous mosques.
Be sure to spoil your taste buds in this region's alluring cafés and restaurants.
Vacationers are certain to see a lot of cumin and aniseed, two of the more popular regional ingredients.
Merguez (lamb sausage) and rfisa (chicken on pancake pastry) are well-known dishes you should try.
If you're craving a sweet treat, ma’amoul (shortbread nut pastry) comes highly recommended.
If exploring the wonderful world of beer is your thing, make your way to the nearest bar and order a round of Spéciale Flag. Clink glasses and enjoy one of the region's most beloved brews.
If you're not in the mood for alcohol, why not have some sharbat billooz (almond milk)?
During your meal, you might like to try out some of the region's wines. Get the table a bottle of alicante or grenache. Your dining companions will thank you for it.
Is it finally time to say goodbye to the beautiful Morocco region? We know it's hard, but at least you can take comfort in the knowledge that the memories you made here will occupy a place in your heart forever.
Mohammed V Airport is the nearest airport at about 25 miles to the north, so be sure to give yourself plenty of time.