Popular Accommodations in Casablanca
Highlights in Casablanca
- Alley Maze and Markets in the Old Town
- Mosque Hasssan II with museum
- Museum of Jewish Culture in Morocco
- Beautiful sandy beaches to relax on
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Vacation rentals in Casablanca
All over the city of Casablanca you will find modern and comfortably furnished apartments. If you want to live very close to the magnificent buildings, it is best to rent an apartment in the old town, in the inner belt as well as along the Atlantic coast and around the harbour. There are only a few vacation rentals in Casablanca. These are all located on the outskirts of the city.Experience the unique atmosphere up close
To enjoy the unique flair, use the terrace or the garden, which is mostly furnished and allows you to dine outdoors. For those arriving by car, there are almost always parking spaces available in front of the front door. If you arrive without a car, you can have the landlord pick you up from the airport.
Holidays in Casablanca
Location and orientation
The city of Casablanca is the second largest city in Morocco. It lies directly on the Atlantic coast and south of Rabat. Translated Casablanca means "The White House". The city has an international airport about 23 kilometers outside the center.Beautiful beaches nearby
If you travel to Casablanca between June and September during the bathing season, there are a number of beautiful beaches to the north and south of the city. Some of them are private and for some you have to pay admission. But here you can enjoy the sea undisturbed and safe. But there are also public beaches, the most beautiful of which can be found in the south towards El-Jadida.
Every year in Casablanca the "Course Féminine de Casablanca" takes place, in which only women are allowed to participate. With around 30,000 participants, this run is considered one of the most important women's sports events in the world.
Top travel tips
Many of the buildings in the Ancienne Médina date from the 18th century. The Sqala wall with the old cannons is the most striking. At the south entrance to the Old Town you can admire the Hotel Hyatt Regency and walk to the bustling market square where merchants sell their goods. Inside the city there are numerous winding alleys that lead you to mosques, fish markets and countless shops.2. To one of the most beautiful and largest mosques in the world
The most important monument is the mosque Hasssan II, which has a 200 meter high minaret and was built on the cliffs of the Atlantic Ocean. Inside, the mosque offers space for up to 25,000 believers with its extremely artistic furnishings. There is also a prayer room, a steam bath, a ritual washing area and a museum. In the evening hours you can admire the laser beam from the minaret pointing to Mecca.3. Learn everything about the Jewish culture in Morocco
The Musée du Judaisme Marocain is well worth a visit. Its numerous documents and exhibits illustrate the 2000-year history of Jewish culture in the Arab world. In the past, Moroccan Jews were under the protection of the Sultan. Meanwhile many have emigrated to Israel.