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A Selected Choice Of Summer Holiday Destinations

Among these 10 summer destinations, you have the possibility of organising your holidays by choosing 3 or 4 of them for your holidays over ten days. The choice of destinations in Morocco is extraordinary and varied and allows for a total disconnect from the stress of work and leaves the visitor full of unforgettable memories. The diversity of the places, the warmth of the population and its ideal climate make Morocco the best value-for-money destination.

 

  • Cap Des 3 Fourches:


Located 25km from the city of Nador, the Cap des Trois Fourches is a vast mountainous promontory in North Africa that juts out some 20km into the Mediterranean Sea.
The Cap des Trois Fourches is a place renowned for its sublime landscapes, its heavenly beaches, its crystal blue sea and its exceptionally panoramic view.

 

  • Imsouane:


Imsouane is sunny 300 days a year, with an ideal climate, never below 15 degrees and with a majestic bay. Situated at the foot of the Atlas Mountains, between sea and mountains, the Kahina hostel welcomes you to Imsouane, for an unforgettable stay.
This place is attracting more and more people from all over the world. South Africans, New Zealanders, Americans, French and some young Casablancans who come for the weekend.
For tourists who like camping, there is a very modern motorhome campsite at the entrance of Imsouane which is connected to the beach.

 

  • Safi:

 
Safi is an historic city with attractions that redirect you back in time. Despite all these historical riches Safi offers visitors the triple advantage of being a city with a past steeped in antiquity, a lively city and an actively commercial hub thanks to its port.
Safi is a city in Morocco, located on the Atlantic coast.
It has a positional advantage as a crossroads between the major centres of Morocco such as Casablanca, Agadir and Marrakech and its port is one of the most important in the country.

 

  • EL Jadida:


Known for its remarkable "Portuguese City" listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the fortifications of the Portuguese city with their bastions and ramparts are an early example of Portuguese military architecture of the Renaissance.
The Portuguese buildings still visible are the Portuguese cistern, the fortress of Mazagan and the Church of the Assumption built in the Manueline style.
Situated 96km from Casablanca and with a growing population of 214,000, it is developing in the field of tourism and attracting more and more local and foreign visitors thanks to its geographical location by the ocean.
The beautiful, pleasant and safe beaches on the southern and northern coast from El Jadida make it a seasonal tourist destination. The best known are the beaches of Sidi Bouzid and Haouzia.
The city of El Jadida has two ports that make it an outward-looking city.

 

  • Sidi Mghayt:


The beach of Sidi Mghayt in Asilah attracts more and more tourists who enjoy beach time while benefiting from the calm that they find on this shoreline.

 

  • Tetouan:

 
Tetouan is an essential Moroccan destination for all lovers of architecture because the city has preserved its heritage from the episodes that marked its history.
A really pleasant city, its beaches and resorts are not far away, so are easy to reach.

 

  • Legzira:


This is one of the most beautiful natural sites in Morocco. From the beach of El Gzira, there are 4 arches dug by the ocean, an unforgettable walk.
Anglers stand on the reefs, while astonished tourists discover the extraordinary result of this marine erosion that carved a natural wonder into the red sandstone cliffs.

 

  • Essaouira:


A little fortress surrounded by walls. A town located between Safi and Agadir.
The city of Essaouira has a strong attraction for tourists, thanks in particular to its natural, historical and cultural assets and has thus become a major tourist destination.
Its medina, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the islet of Mogador, its port dating from the 18th century, and its beaches which allow the practice of water sports, make the province a quality tourist destination.

 

  • Dakhla:


Dakhla is a town located in southern Morocco, formerly called Villa Cisneros in memory of Francisco Jiménez de Cisneros.
Under the current Moroccan administration, it is the capital of the region of Dakhla-Oued Eddahab and of the province of Oued Ed-Dahab.
The city is known above all for its touristic potential and since 2014 it has been ranked as the world's leading water sports spot.

 

  • Agadir:


A rebuilt city, sheltering in one of the most beautiful bays in the world.
It is a new and modern city in its hotel facilities, its wide avenues, its flowery gardens, its magnificent port and its airport.
The reputation of Agadir as a seaside destination is well established and is known throughout the world.

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