Three Must-See Attractions in Morocco

Monday, October 10, 2016


More and more travellers are choosing Morocco as their holiday destination of choice, as the country provides an exotic location with culture, traditions and treasures that are found nowhere else in the world. From snake charmers to mint tea, landscapes that will take your breath away and amazing experiences, Morocco is s special country that welcomes travellers with open arms. 


JARDIN MAJORELLE

As one of the mist visited sites in Morocco, Jardin Majorelle does not disappoint. Whether you are a nature lover or are looking for a lovely place to go for a walk, Jardin Majorelle is the place to visit. Filled with greenery that consists of exotic plants, burbling streams and chirping birdlife, this natural paradise was originally created by the French painter, Jacques Majorelle. Much more than just a garden, additionally, Jardin Majorelle is home to a Berber Museum that gives visitors an introduction to Berber culture, traditional skills and domestic life, as well as showcases a number of ornaments, jewels, costumes and finery, giving an educational glimpse into Berber life. 


BLISSFUL BEACHES

Morocco is home to a number of blissful beaches, but there is none quite like the one at Mazagan Beach Resort in El Jadida. If you fancy a beach holiday, where you can put your feet up, relax and soak up some rays, the 7-kilometres of pristine beach on the Atlantic Ocean is the perfect place to do just that. What’s more, there are a number of water sports available, complimentary and comfortable sun loungers and cabanas, all of which ensure that you enjoy your day with the sand between your toes. 


 MARRAKECH MEDINA

The hustle and bustle of the Marrakech Medina is unlike anything you will ever experience again, as the vibrant market is said to sum up Morocco for many travellers.  Small stalls vendors gather every day selling goodies, food and bargains that should not be missed out on, and there are a number of performers – including traditional musicians, snake charmers and acrobats, to name only a few – entertaining the crowds.  The maze-like alleys are mesmerising, and take you on a journey through colourful, noisy local life, giving you a taste of what it is like every day at the Medina. Don’t miss out on these three must-see attractions when you are in Morocco, as they each give you a completely different outlook on the country and what it has to offer!

Where is your favourite place to visit in Morocco?

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