There are many sites around Marrakesh that Mother Nature has spoiled. Their sheer variety allows you to quench your thirst for adventure and feed your appetite for culture and thrills.
Outdoor enthusiasts should check out the shores of Lake LallaTakerkoust. This magical place is great for all kinds of water sports, including jet skiing, canoeing and kayaking.
To the north of Saïdia lie the waters of the Mediterranean, while Oujda awaits further inland and to the south. Between the land and the sea, these two cities boast a variety of landscapes and put adventure within your reach.
The seaside town of Dakhla is one of the prettiest in Morocco. Unwind on the shores of its lagoon: go for a swim and have fun! If you prefer, Dakhla also serves up adventure: this gateway to the desert opens up to the immensity of the Sahara. The surrounding ocean is not just a great place to get wet. You will also enjoy uncovering its hidden riches.
Turn inland, away from the sea, and allow the towns of Midelt, Errachidia and Merzouga to show you another side of Morocco. Their stunning panoramas unfurl between the summits of the
Middle Atlas and the infinite expanse of the Sahara.
Safi is a historical city with a rich legacy. It is also blessed with a perfect location that has been spoiled by Mother Nature, teeming with sites to explore and activities to try out.
The city sits on the Atlantic Ocean and is resolutely water-oriented. Safi has over 90 miles of beaches and a world-renowned surfing spot, as well as great waterfowl hunting. Casting and line fishing are popular sports and you can take in a good haul.
Al Hoceima is famous for its bay and idyllic beaches. Many people only think of it in these terms, imagining it as just another seaside resort. But they are overlooking the mountains that stretch beyond the sea and the city's hinterland, which is one of the most beautiful in all Morocco.
The beautiful seaside town of Agadir does not lack for places to experience nature and you need not travel far to sample this wealth of resources.
The city itself is built on one of nature's most perfect treasures: the Agadir bay, which has been officially recognized as one of the most beautiful bays in the world since 2002. In addition to offering up quiet spots for relaxing, the bay forms a beautiful, spellbinding coastline that is made even more beautiful by the light of the setting sun as it sinks into the ocean.
With the blue hues of the sea and the ocean to the north and the Rif mountains to the east, Tangier and Tetouan showcase a variety of natural backdrops.
The untamed beauty of the city once known as Mogador will amaze you in more ways than one. Argan trees, cedars, Norfolk pines and other evergreens blanket nearly half the province of Essaouira, which is one of the most densely wooded regions in the kingdom. To preserve this protected ecosystem comprising forests, dunes, lakes, ocean and undeveloped coastline, a sustainable tourism industry that honors the environment has been emerging in recent years.
How could you not be enchanted by these landscapes? This is another spot where famous productions like "Game of Thrones" have come to take advantage of all the region has to offer. Talassemtane National Park and Bouhachem Nature Park were formed to protect nature's gifts and promote ecotourism.