Morocco

Morocco, also known as Maghreb, is a North African country. It is bordered by Algeria and Western Sahara; its coastline is bound by the Mediterranean Sea and the Atlantic Ocean.

Once ruled by the Berbers, Morocco was colonised by the Phoenicians, the Carthaginians, the Romans, the Vandals and the Byzantines, and became a civilized Mediterranean country. However, things changed as the Muslims took over.

The traces of the passage of these people are visible in major cities such as Casablanca, made popular by the homonymous movie starring Humphrey Bogart and Ingrid Bergman, followed by Rabat, Fez, Marrakech, Agadir, Meknes and Tangier.

Each year thousands of tourists visit Morocco, attracted by its fascinating places like the Sahara Desert with its dunes and oases which can be explored by jeep or, why not, on the back of a camel. Crossing valleys and the beautiful Atlas Mountains, eventually enjoying the hospitality of the Berber people, who live in the desert and welcome tourists with their traditional food, music and dance.

The more adventurous tourists will probably not mind spending the night outdoors, sleeping underneath the stars and enjoying the quietness of the mysterious Moroccan desert.

The strip between Tangier and Al Hoceima Cervo has crystal clear water and magnificent beaches covered in fine white sand where you may sunbathe and swim in the company of your loved ones. Most beaches are surrounded by unspoiled nature, thanks to the warmth of the sun which is mitigated by a gentle breeze.

Because Morocco welcomes all types of tourists, many coastal cities now rely on tourism and have modern resorts, hotels, golf courses, seaside pools and sports facilities aimed at catering and spoiling every single visitor.

The Atlantic coast, home of the most visited beaches of Morocco, have of many beautiful resorts such as the Plage Blanche and the Lixus, where visitors may relax and leave all their worries behind whilst enjoying the surrounding picturesque landscapes. Also noteworthy is The Bay of Dhaka, a must-see place if you love nature, as its turquoise water, pink flamingos and migratory birds will enchant you.

But there’s much more. Those who enjoy fishing would perhaps want to jump in a taxi and go to one of the many trout-rich lakes that are scattered along the coast.

If you are interested in surfing, kite surfing, windsurfing and wakeboarding, you should stay close to the Atlantic coast. Here you will find the largest waves and lots of people who practice water sports.

Art and culture lovers will not be left empty-handed, as Morocco hosts many music festivals like the one held in Agadir, where international artists perform every year with the purpose of promoting tolerance and respect towards cultural diversity.

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