A country whose northernmost tip is so close to Europe that it shows the mainland of our continent. Morocco is a world full of colors, intoxicating oriental scents, warm sun and also home to the large sand dunes that stretch through the Sahara. On the other hand, you can also see beautiful green valleys and forests. When the temperatures climb to dizzying numbers and the sun shines overhead, head to one of the beaches of Morocco. Agadir or Saidia offer sandy beaches with calm sea. If you like surfing, head to Taghazout, where you can enjoy the wild sea to the fullest.
The atmosphere and especially the smell that floats in the air when visiting one of the local markets will undoubtedly convince you that this is the gateway to the Orient. Here you can buy spices of different colors and flavors, teas from different herbs, fresh fish, olive oil and much more. Negotiating a price is almost an obligation here.
An unusual experience is a visit to the blue town, which is unique in Morocco. In addition to the walls of houses, sidewalks and stairs are also painted blue. It is said that its coloration is a remnant of the original Jewish inhabitants who associated blue with the sky. Another view is that it is mosquito prevention. Be that as it may, this small town in the north of Morocco, among the peaks of the Rif Mountains, is worth a visit.
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Under this term, most of us imagine an inhospitable environment, where poisonous snakes, scorpions and unimaginable heat lurk at every step. But even this harsh environment has its charm. The Sahara is an endless and stunning world that exudes a strange and mysterious atmosphere. Beautiful oases, the murmur of the wind and sand dunes force one to look at the desert from a different perspective. Especially at sunset beyond the horizon of one of the sand dunes you will realize its beauty. The Sahara is a place you must not miss on your way to Morocco.
Architecture like from a fairy tale
Unconventional building elements enchant at first sight. Master builders are full of incredible skills and attention to detail. See mud houses in Marrakesh, giant marble palaces in Rabat or Fes, or the breathtaking Mosque of Hassan II. in Casablanca with a minaret 210 meters high is a wonderful experience. It’s like you’re moving into a fairy tale.
Traditional Moroccan food is called tažin. In a clay pot, vegetables and meat are stewed for several hours, which is perfectly complemented by a mixture of fragrant spices. There are different variations of this goodness, eg with fish, vegetarian, with nuts, figs. Pastries or couscous are served as a side dish. Popular dishes include sweet and salty crispy Pastilla buns or baked aubergine dip Zaalouk. If you only need something lighter during the day, taste the thick juices, which will satisfy you perfectly.
Morocco is a country you should include in your list of holiday destinations. It offers many opportunities to enjoy a great holiday with an oriental touch. And thanks to low-cost airlines, it is closer than it seems.