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Ancient royal cities, desert and beaches

Holidaying in Morocco is a great idea at any time of the year. The hot summers are perfect for sunny beach holidays. Since the winters are mild, spring and autumn are also good times to make a city trip to Marrakech or Casablanca. Visit a mosque, stroll around the colourful markets and enjoy tasty Moroccan cuisine. With Transavia Holidays, you can choose from six destinations in Morocco. Book your flight, accommodation and activities and put together your dream holiday. When are you going to discover the beauty of Morocco?

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Sun, sea and sand

If you want a blissfully relaxing holiday, go to Al Hoceima. This port city is on the Mediterranean Sea and is known for golden beaches where you can tan in the sun to your heart’s content. You can also round off your day here with the best fresh fish and an astounding view across the moon-shaped bay. Tangier is also a perfect destination for a beach holiday. The city is on the Straits of Gibraltar, where the Atlantic Ocean meets the Mediterranean Sea. It’s easy to hire a car and choose one of the splendid bays with a wonderful sandy beach to fully unwind. If you love surfing, then Agadir is the place to go, as you can enjoy wind and kite surfing here alongside regular surfing!

Morocco is the place for culture vultures

If you love sightseeing, make sure to visit Marrakech! The city is well known as the fairytale city in the 1001 Nights. Of course, this is completely justified as Marrakech is a mystical city packed with amazing palaces, ancient mosques and colourful markets. Wherever you go, you will see sophisticated mosaics and Arabic architecture. The Medina with Jemaa el-Fnaa square is a bustling hub where snake charmers, street performers and henna artists proudly show off their skills. If you’d like to see a mosque from the inside, travel to Casablanca. Here you will find the Hassan II mosque which is the only mosque in Morocco that you can enter as a non-Muslim, and the second largest in the world!

“From snow-capped mountains to the Sahara Desert, and from modern cities with lively night life to traditional souks, Morocco is a city full of contrasts and you will not have a single dull moment.”

Hidden green spaces

Morocco also has vast stretches of nature waiting for you to discover. In the north of the country, you will find the Rif Mountains where you can hike and explore caves. You can also take a daytrip from Marrakech to the Atlas Mountains where you will discover fantastic walking routes alongside old mountain villages and valleys. While you’re there, you absolutely must visit the 110 metre Ouzoud Waterfalls which are in the middle of amazingly lush scenery. Naturally, the Sahara Desert in Morocco is also worth a visit! Saddle up on a camel and discover the desert in the age-old style.