A trip to Morocco can vary from a romantic night in a palace in Marrakech to an exciting journey by car through a breathtaking landscape. Morocco has everything to surprise and please its visitors. There is no country so close to Europe that is so welcoming but at the same time so different. There are four Imperial Cities to visit, full of arts and treasures, where time has stood still since centuries. The medieval covered markets are just as lively and colourful as ages ago. Behind impressive gates you will find the well-hidden riads, beautiful Moorish palaces with patios and lush gardens. At the end of the day the lanterns will be lit and there begins a tale of a thousand and one nights. Many visitors become enchanted by the scents, colours and mystical music of this North-African country. Morocco is indeed a fascinating destination, with great hospitality and blessed with a wonderful sunny climate.

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Atlantic Coast

The more than 1000 km long coastline between Tangier and Agadir is still an underdeveloped tourist area but has a lot to offer. The natural environment is varied with lovely historical towns that date from the 15th and 16th centuries, along the coast. It was mainly the Portuguese who built these fortified towns on the South Atlantic coast actively trading with large ships on their way from Europe to Asia. A quiet road runs alongside the sea ... read more

Marrakech & surroundings

The Magic of Marrakech About two hours from the coast lies the seductive city of Marrakech, surrounded by tens of thousands of palm trees. The red-walled Imperial city lies in a green environment with the contours of the Atlas Mountains in the background. The strategically located city was founded by the Almoravids in 1602 and the climate, with the exception of the hot summer months, is excellent. It is a fascinating city full of colours, ... read more

Private Tours

Tailor-made private tours The north of Morocco borders the Mediterranean Sea and has many Spanish influences with a Mediterranean character. The west coast, on the other hand, is much quieter and more expansive and here you can enjoy authentic Portuguese harbour towns and unspoilt sandy beaches along the Atlantic Ocean. The Imperial cities of Rabat, Meknes and Fès are much cooler than their sister city Marrakech, which is located further ... read more

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