Over centuries, Morocco has developed a rich and exciting culture. Whether it’s the artistic influences found in Tangier, the medieval streets and buildings of ancient Fez, the laid-back towns along the Atlantic coast or the nomadic people in the desert towns and villages around the Sahara, Moroccan culture is hard to define, but easy to find.
SECRETS OF MOROCCAN CUISINE
Full of subtle spices and tantalising combinations of exotic flavours, Morocco's cuisine is sure to please every palate. The savoury tastes of Morocco come from its mixed heritage—a blend of Mediterranean, Jewish, Arabic, Amazigh and West African influences find their way into the cooking pot and fuse together to create flavourful combinations.
Morocco is full of places to luxuriate in, from ancient riads that were once used by Moroccan royalty to 5-star hotels and exquisite new resorts. Along the coasts and in the cities, you’ll find no shortage of luxurious resorts and sumptuous spas. Dine in a 5-star restaurant, play golf on a course fit for a king and shop for top-quality products.
From kite surfing to motorbiking, Morocco is one of the best places in the world to indulge your outdoor fantasies. Morocco is also a surfing destination par excellence—and with four major mountain ranges running through the kingdom, it’s a fantastic destination for kayaking and rafting. Cycling enthusiasts will be spoilt for choice too.
Whether you’re a sun seeker, surfer or nature buff, Morocco is blessed with numerous beautiful beaches. Along Morocco’s Atlantic coast lie a string of seaside towns and cities, great places to stay when you want to enjoy a beach holiday. The Mediterranean coast has everything you’d expect—white sands, crystal-clear waters and lovely warm weather.