Adrouinaventure invite you to Discover Morocco and its long coast ,the idyllic,calm and artsy towns of Essaouira and Assilah, relaxing spaces where the medina meets the ocean, the fresh catch is the plat du jour, and miles of unclaimed beach await , the chill town of Taghazoute is the surf capital, where you’re more likely to be greeted with a s’u than salam alykoum.
Discover Morocco ‘s four moutain ranges— the Rif, Middle Atlas, High Atlas , and Anti-Atlas— provide nature lovers with soaring peaks,jaw-dropping valleys and gorges, and winding mountain treks to explore by foot or by mule.
Rabat and Casablanca as well as the ville nouvelles of most major cities, provides modern conforts and maintain an air of the frensh and spanish protectorate era with wide boulevards, art deco architecture,sprawling urban gardens, elegant frensh-style bistros, and,in the north, the occasional tapas bar.Along the Mediterranean, the Spanish exclaves of Melilla and Ceuta are just a short border crossing away
With Marrakech leading the way, Morocco has become one of the trendiest vacation destinations for travelers in the know. With its world-class hospitality and enough sights and sounds for travelers of all the stripes, it’s easy to see why. so come , sip on a refreshing Moroccan mint tea, and strat exploring this remarcable corner of africa.
Let us to suggest you diferents plan to your trip and where to go:
Casablanaca and the south Atlantic Coast,the largest city, with art deco colonial-era buildings and a vibe that is disntinctly all busness.This cosmopolitan melting pot gives way to traditional Morocco in smaller cities such as Essaouira along the South Atlantic Coast, which also has some of the country’s warmest and most surf-friendly beaches.
Along the North Atlantic Coast, the very european-feeling capital city of Rabat provides a gateway to a more elaxed stretch of secluded beaches and tranquil fishing ports along the coastline, the stunning Roman ruinsof Lixus and Banasa, and the artsy coastal town af Asilah