Tourism in Morocco

On the northern coast the weather is tourist-friendly pretty much all year round. There is certainly no shortage of great attractions in Morocco. The country enjoys a strong sense of culture and enjoys a long and ancient history. The cool blue water flowing over the sand of the beaches is a direct contrast with the hot white sands of the desert, while the greens of fertile valleys contrast with the browns and whites of the snow-capped Atlas Mountains. The country is romantic and mysterious and there is little wonder that Morocco is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Africa.

The Kasbah Trial

In the Deep South you could visit the Kasbah. This is where orchards, fields, palm groves and rose gardens, stretch out along a strip of fertile land. A beautiful place to visit.

The Sahara.

The Sahara is a desert that is very famous. It is described as a secret place, mysterious and tantalising. Located in Morocco it is one place to visit for a breath taking experience.



Where the roads between the Drâa, Dadés and Ziz valleys cross, Ourzazate marks the beginning of the great journey by dazzling the traveller with two magnificent kasbahs. Taourirt, the former residence of the Glaoui, is very beautiful.

Family-friendly beaches mean your kids will be more than entertained if you're at the coast. Older kids and teenagers will enjoy Marrakesh, Essaouira and a visit to the Atlas Mountains for families, could include camping, treks and desert safaris.

10 Good Reasons

  1. This luxury resort has three 18-hole golf courses, an 840 berth deep-sea marina, hotels, commercial centre and 6 kms of sandy white beach.
  2. This is an exciting opportunity to invest in a new growth area.
  3. Morocco is less than 3 hours flying time from England and most other European cities.
  4. Recognised by the rich and famous as the place to be seen - much like Marbella in the 70s.
  5. The Moroccan government is actively supporting and promoting resort areas to attract
    foreign owners.
  6. Morocco aims to attract over 10 million visitors by 2010.
  7. Cost of living is low - so you can afford to spoil yourself.
  8. The climate is warm and sunny with extremely low rainfall.
  9. The countryside is stunning and mountainous, with beautiful Mediterranean beaches.
  10. Unspoilt natural beauty and for investors wishing to purchase in a new, up-and-coming area.

Getting There

Direct flights from major European cities to nearby Oujda, Nador and Melilla airports are lanned. In the meantime, the north-eastern coast can best be reached by taking a plane or ferry from Malaga to the Spanish enclave of Melilla. From Melilla airport it is a 45-minute drive to
Saïdia across the Moroccan border.

Alternatively, Oujda, the largest town in eastern Morocco, is about 50km south of Saïdia, and Royal Air Maroc operates direct flights between Oujda and Paris, Marseille, Brussels, Amsterdam and other Moroccan cities several times a week. Also from the UK to Oujda via Casablanca.

Taxis are available from Oujda to Saïdia and take aproximately 40-45 minutes.


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