Morocco is a regal, magical country in Northeast Africa, closed to Europe. It has gorgeous coastline on both the Atlantic Ocean and the Mediterranean Sea. Whether you're interested in history, cultural exploration, relaxation, leisure, business, adventure or MICE. you can contact us to give you the best service needed in order to discover how “fantastic” Morocco really is!
Morocco has a large panel of well established hotels, Congress Centers and a multiple choice of recreational facilities, meeting spaces, large choice of venues, restaurants and clubs, sportive & golf.
Morocco is situated on the extreme northwestern corner of Africa and is bordered by Mauritania and Algeria, both to the south and east. whereas north and west are respectively bordered by the Mediterranean Sea and the Atlantic Ocean. Tangiers is separated from Spain by the straits of Gibraltar (15 Km).
The climate in Morocco is reliably dry, although small amounts of rain do fall between November and March. Temperature varies considerably by season and locale. While the southern and southeastern desert regions can reachextremely high temperatures during the hot summer months, the higher altitudes of the mountains are cool in summer evenings and freezing in winter.
Most travellers find the early summer months to be the mostcomfortable time to visit, as rain is not a threat and temperatures are warm during the day and pleasantly cool at night.
Morocco provides an excellent network of highways from Tangiers to Agadir, frequent and reliable trains, convenient ferry connections with Southern Spain, and flights from all major cities with multiple airline connections to numerous European cities (1 to 3 hour flights), Transatlantic destinations, the Middle East and Africa, making the country conveniently close and easily reachable to visit.
Arabic (official) and Berber dialects; French is widely spoken and mostly used for business. English and Spanish are also widely spoken
Beaches for every taste
Bordered by the Mediterranean Sea and the Atlantic Ocean, Morocco has several thousand kilometres of coast whose landscapes are diverse and beaches welcoming.
Atlantic: The most visited beaches are naturally located not far from cities, especially on the Atlantic coast. But there are hundreds of others in places where nature has remained unspoilt. They all make it possible to sample the
joys of swimming, relaxing and the latest water sports. On the Atlantic coast, the great majority of beaches appear as long strips of fine sand lapped by the ocean waves. They will be hotter the further south you go until you reach the sublime Dakhala bay. The north-east trade wind blows regularly from the end of March to mid-September on this corner of the coast: ideal conditions for practicing all board sports, especially surfing. Whether you're a fan of windsurfing, kite surfing, surfing, wakeboarding or jet skiing, you can sure you will find the right waves here
Mediterranean: On the more divided up coast of the Mediterranean, between Tangier and Al Hoceima, the sea is warm and calm and the beaches more intimate. Some are close to small traditional fishing villages, tucked into corners of idyllic nature. At the same time, new seaside resorts are springing up such as Tamuda Bay, on the outskirts of Tétouan and Saidia, which is a new Mediterranean coast resort. Facing Andalusia, Mediterrania-Saida extends over 1700 acres with a 6km seafront of white sand. A pleasure port and an 18-hole golf course complete this site which has been developed next to two international airports. The Atlantic is notsitting on its laurels either with new resorts such as Lixus, Mazagan, Taghazout and Plage Blanche.
Bordered by the Mediterranean Sea and the Atlantic Ocean, Morocco has several thousand kilometers of coast whose landscapes are diverse and beaches welcoming...
Moroccan Desert “Sahara”
Travelling by camel over the sand dunes and sleeping in traditional Berber tents “Bivouac” You watch the sky and sand turning pink and red as the sun sets. Then the moon rises against an incredible background of stars in the cooling, clear night air. You admire the peace and beauty of the world, enjoying a delicious Moroccan meal cooked over a timeless camp fire.
Travelling at an ancient rhythm across a landscape unbroken by roads or fences, marveling at the life of the desert, feeling the gentle wind that sweeps across the Sahara - all this is a unique in Morocco, even life-changing experience.