Popular Accommodations in Morocco
- Fine sandy beaches
- Western Sahara and dunes
- Oriental royal cities
- Atlas Mountains
- Wildlife in the wild
Most popular in Morocco
Prices and availability
Vacation rentals in Morocco
Morocco is a country characterised by desert landscapes, high mountains, coastal areas and medieval towns. Beach vacationers will find here numerous accommodations with high-quality equipment, which offer miles of sandy beaches in front of the front door. In the immediate vicinity of a vacation rental in Morocco, which is located in the interior of the country, wide landscapes reveal themselves for hiking and mountaineering.Holidays in the Moroccan Berber House
Typical for the holiday region Morocco are the many buildings in Berber architecture, influenced by the Moors, which are artfully decorated with colorful tiles. Such a vacation rental in Morocco can be found in many parts of the country, but mainly in the cities. The houses with flat roofs and white or beige facades are often harmoniously rounded off in the country by the blue of the pools in front of them, which provide refreshing moments.
Holidays in Morocco
Location and orientation
Morocco is a state in the northwest of Africa. The kingdom is separated from the European continent by the Strait of Gibraltar, which is located in the Mediterranean Sea. In the west, the country is bordered by the Atlantic Ocean. To the south, Western Sahara occupies a large part of the national territory. Morocco's capital is Rabat with more than 1.7 million inhabitants. However, the largest city in the country is Casablanca, with a population of just under 3.7 million.
Top 3 travel tips
A typical oriental city, with numerous medieval buildings and small winding streets, is Fès. The dyers' and tanners' quarter exudes a very special charm that you should not miss under any circumstances. Fès was one of the four royal cities where the great rulers of the country resided at different times. Besides Fès, Rabat and Meknès, above all Marrakech, as "Pearl of the South" or "Red City", is an attraction worth seeing. The dreamlike city has a lot to offer with the famous Koutoubia Mosque, the Djemaa el Fna, the central market place, as well as with the lively souqs, where merchants chat and haggle.2. Hike to the highest peaks
A highlight for hikers and mountaineers is the Jebel Toubkal, Morocco's highest mountain, which rises 4,168 metres. At the top you will be presented with a beautiful panorama of the summit. The best place to start the ascent is Imlil, which has a good infrastructure for tourists as well as a mountaineering centre. Here you get the right equipment for climbing, hiking and for the next trekking tour.3. Sand as far as the eye can see
A special feature of the region is Erg Chegaga, a 40-kilometre-long chain of dunes whose sand produces different optical colourings through different sunlight incidences. Sometimes the dune appears almost black, sometimes the sand looks orange. Although the surroundings seem quite barren, it is worth visiting the Erg Chegaga dunes, which you should definitely see with your own eyes.
In Morocco, spectacular historical films such as "Kingdom of Heaven", "Jesus of Nazareth" and "Gladiator" are shot again and again for the cinema due to the unique scenery.
Things to know
If you are renting an apartment in Morocco, you should definitely choose an accommodation with air conditioning. Because the summers are dry and hot with up to 45 degrees Celsius in the coastal region as well as in the peripheral area to the Sahara. Only in the winter months and near the Atlas Mountains can the days be cooler.Observing exotic animals
Morocco has a rather unusual fauna for Europeans. Because there are animal species here that we only know from the zoo. These include leopards, desert lynx, barbary macaques, hyenas and jackals as well as gazelles, turtles and chameleons.
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