Where Africa, Europe and the Arab World meet, Morocco has always had a reputation for causing intoxication. Could be the strange spices or the incense that fills the air of the markets and drifts outwards, or it could be the maddening deserts or bare but beautiful orange mountains.
The cities on the sea have a warm African flavour, perfect for relaxing in an exotic setting, but the interior is dominated by the rugged fissures and ridges of the Atlas Mountains, perfect for an adventure.
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Just pick uo your hire car in Fes, and go on a ten day journey onto the cusp of the Sahara, then head up through the Atlas Mountains before dropping it off in Marrakech.
Marrakech for the busy market culture, the Atlas Mountains for the remote scenery and traditional way of life and Essouira for the laid back atmosphere of this ancient, sandy coastline. You can see it all in ten days.
Marrakech's busy market atmosphere welcomes tourists in, hoping to sell you something as well as charm you with ancient art and the mixing of old cultures. This holiday idea includes a trip to the Atlas Mountains.
Many travellers have strong preferences when comparing Fes and Marrakech, but if the idea of teeming ancient commerce amongst memorable Islamic architecture excites, then this is the town for you to spend five days in. Well four, once you've allowed for
Located in the region of gaping canyons and sand duned desert in Morocco’s south is the region of Zagora: land of quickly changing landscapes and oases hidden by rocky outcrops gorges of the mighty dunes, Cheggaga and Djebel Saghro.