If you love the sea, sun, heat and sand, then you should spend your summer vacation on one of the southern seas. Morocco is the place for you. This country is famous for its many beaches and you can relax by moving from one beach to another.
According to Nexticle.net, the ancient city of Safi is located near the Atlantic Ocean in western Morocco. The region in which it is located is called Dukkala Abda, and the city itself is the center of the province, which is also called Safi. This city is the country’s largest fishing port, and it also ranks first in the world in terms of sardine catches.
The picturesque town of Chefchaouen, located in the Moroccan Rif mountains is the capital of the province of the same name. Founded at the end of the 15th century. Chefchaouen was at first only a fortress. From the beginning of the 20th century and until 1956 the city was an official part of Spanish Morocco. The city with a population of 35,000 in recent years has confidently established itself as part of the tourist routes of Morocco.
Archaeological Museum in Tetouan.
Among the sights of architecture in Rabat: a 55-meter minaret of the XII century, called the Hassan Tower, the remains of the mosque of Yakub al-Mansur (XII century). Museum of Antiquity Museum of Moroccan Art.
In Meknes, called the Moroccan Versailles: the Sultan’s palace with a garden triple fortified walls a large market.
In Casablanca: Hassan II Grand Mosque.
In Fez: Moulay Idris Mosque (9th century), one of the most protected shrines – non-Muslims and animals are forbidden to even come close to it.
In Safi: ruins of a 16th-century Sultan’s castle.
In Marrakesh: the Sultan’s palace with a garden the fortress walls the tombs of the Sultan’s family the Koutoubia Mosque (XII century )
Morocco is the only country in the world where goats climb trees and graze there in herds. This amazing sight can be seen in those areas of Morocco where there is an acute shortage of grass. Shepherds graze goats, moving from tree to tree. And when the goats leave the tree, they collect nuts under it, which are not digested by the stomach of the goats. They produce valuable argon oil used in cosmetology.
Chefchaouen. Morocco attracts many photographers. Picturesque landscapes filled with bright colors will please the eye of any connoisseur of natural beauty. The sun shines very brightly, so the best time to shoot is after 5pm and before 10am. Morocco perfectly combines the splendor of sunrises and sunsets with the night beauty of big cities.
Essaouira is an amazing and different city, a haven for artists, artisans, extremely photohygienic and soaked through with relaxation. You can get around the Medina in a couple of hours, but despite this, it is charming in its own way. Aged by the wind, salt and sun, the monolithic white walls are diluted with the rhythm of bright blue shutters and doors.
The port is one of the most interesting places in Essaouira, where fishermen return with their catch, each ship surrounded by its own flock of seagulls. The port is full of fishing life. A huge number of blue wooden boats and small ships, fish, nets, ice and all this is repaired, moved, transported and carried in different directions by small carts and wooden boxes. Right there in the port, local residents buy the freshest seafood.
Casablanca is a city on the coast of the Atlantic Ocean, whose romantic image is supported by the legendary film that immortalized it and the famous song by Jessica Jay. Here you can stroll through the old colonial center of the city, admire the lush and once majestic buildings. The city’s Hassan II Mosque is the tallest religious building and the second largest mosque in the world after Mecca.
Legzira Beach is a deserted beach of rare beauty, which is located far from populated areas, on the shores of the Atlantic Ocean and where you can rarely meet people, especially tourists. Legzira is unique in its architecture, namely the huge arches descending from the rocky cliffs into the ocean.
Agadir is the most promoted and popular Moroccan city among Russian tourists. This is a modern resort with a high level of service, including numerous hotels, restaurants, cafes, casinos and discos, and, of course, SPA centers based on traditional cosmetics from the fruits of an amazing argan tree, so loved by goats in the vicinity of Tafraout and Essaouira. The location of the city and the climate of this area is most favorable for swimming in the ocean. Strong winds are rare here and the temperature on the coast warms up to comfortable values for swimming and sunbathing.
Tafraout is a small cozy town, unique in its originality, located in the Anti-Atlas mountains. This high-rise settlement is tempting not with ancient buildings and cultural monuments, but with the picturesque surroundings with breathtaking mountain landscapes. Tafraout is famous for its pink granite stones that form bizarre mountains, Berber villages surrounded by flowering or fruiting almond and argan trees, and the tranquility and tranquility of the Moroccan hinterland.