Morocco: ocean and desert, medinas and kasbahs
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Our travels to Morocco
Morocco overlooks the Atlantic Ocean and for this reason it is a destination for passionate surfers, we will go as far as Essaouira! But its true charm lies in the Arab culture and history that is breathed in every corner. From the medinas of the north such as Fes and Tangiers, to the Kasbahs of the central area of the country. Unmissable stop: the Sahara desert where you can sleep in a tent camp and take a walk on the back of a dromedary.
Morocco: a thousand facets
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A nearby village to be discovered. Morocco overlooks the Atlantic Ocean and for this reason it is a destination for passionate surfers, a stop not to be missed is certainly the city of Essaouira! But its true charm lies in the Arab culture and history that can be breathed in every corner: from the medinas of the north such as Fes and Tangiers, to the Kasbahs in the central area of the country. Its markets smell of spices and essential oils and the colors of leather and silver handcrafted objects enliven them. For those who love a little adrenaline, there is the possibility of whizzing around the sand dunes on a quad or being transported by the oldest local means of transport: the dromedary. Moving to Merzouga, we arrive at the beginning of the largest desert in the world - the Sahara desert. Here we suggest you spend at least one night admiring the starry sky in a Berber tented camp.
The climate throughout the year
The climate in Morocco varies greatly from the area in which it is located, mainly three macro-areas are recognised: the coast, the hinterland and the mountains. The Atlantic coast enjoys a mild and windy climate all year round, it remains an eternal spring weather, while the climate of the Mediterranean coast is rather similar but with a few more degrees. In the hinterland, where we find Marrakech, the summers are hot while the winters are cold, the temperature is pleasant in the change of season. In the mountains of the Atlas range, winters are harsh, so much so that it snows, while temperatures are hot in summer, but less so than in the inland area. In all areas, remember that there is a considerable daily temperature range. The temperatures below are relative to the Marrakech area.