Domestic tourism is gaining momentum, notably with the mass arrival of Moroccans living abroad who have not been able to return to the country since the borders were closed. An opportunity to enjoy the most beautiful destinations in the Kingdom in the company of loved ones, after having completed the imposed quarantine.
Travelers arriving in Morocco will be in medical isolation for 10 days which they will have to spend in a hotel to be chosen from the list established by the Moroccan authorities.
After that, MREs will be free to move around the Kingdom as they see fit. The opportunity for MoroccoLatestNews FR, to make a list of 10 heavenly destinations in Morocco to visit with friends or family.
This amazing little seaside town is located south of Agadir and has one of the most underrated beaches in Morocco.
For years, Mirleft has been a great place for surfers, as well as travelers crossing the Sahara, due to its magnificent views of the beach, hills, and cozy cafes where it is possible to watch the sunset.
Mirleft also has a campsite called Erkounte Park where travelers stay in their caravans or motorhomes or rent one of the bungalows on site.
Aït Benhaddou is a fortified town on the banks of the Ounila river. Built from local mud bricks, this is one of the best places in Morocco for a captivating sunset.
It has been partially reconstructed as the setting for iconic films such as Gladiator, Jewel in the Nile and Jesus of Nazareth. From the top of one of the surrounding hills, magnificent desolate mountain landscapes stretch for miles.
The small port town of El Jebha, in northern Morocco, is nestled between the Mediterranean Sea and the Rif mountains. While the dusty town may appear to offer little of interest at first glance, a boat ride reveals stunning views of the harbor and the curving bay, wonderfully offset by the mountains in the background.
A popular holiday destination along the Atlantic coast, Oualidia is a great place to relax on the sandy beaches and swim in the refreshing sea. The curved lagoon is one of the most picturesque in Morocco.
Seafood restaurants are plentiful and the area is particularly known for its fresh oysters. Take a trip to nearby wetlands in the spring or fall to see a variety of enchanting birds, including flamingos.
A few minutes drive from Tangier, Martil is a pretty seaside destination along the Mediterranean coast. The sandy shores are not crowded and there are a few low-key restaurants and cafes near the beach where you can enjoy authentic meals and refreshing drinks.
Imouzzer Ida Ou Tanane
Near Agadir, the small Berber village of Imouzzer Ida Ou Tanane holds a hidden secret: it has one of the most spectacular waterfalls in all of Morocco.
Reached by traveling through the beautiful Valley of Paradise, there are two sets of waterfalls to admire. Although the first ones are impressive, continue to the second set, as there is an attractive pool that is suitable for swimming. Jump high into the pool, sunbathe on the smooth rocks and go for a hike in the surrounding nature.
Marrakech is surrounded by many beautiful places to visit on a day trip. Lalla Takerkoust is ideal for getting away from the heat in Marrakech and enjoying a refreshing nature. Located about 40 km from Marrakech, Lalla Takerkoust is famous for its magnificent artificial lake built in 1929 to provide electricity to Marrakech and its surroundings. The lake is a cool paradise after hot days in Marrakech. You can also practice water sports: jet ski, boats, etc.
Many people come to Dakhla for its wonderful beaches. Built on a narrow peninsula jutting out into the Atlantic coast, Dakhla is a great place for surfers and sun worshipers.
Although Dakhla is isolated from the rest of Morocco, its development is remarkable, with recent investments in infrastructure bringing vast improvements for both residents and visitors.
Bin El Ouidane
Bin el Ouidane is located about an hour’s drive from the Ouzoud waterfalls, in the province of Azilal. The Bin el Ouidane dam was built in the middle of the 20th century with a height of 1330 meters and a length of 85 meters.
The Bin el Ouidane dam and its surroundings is a refuge for those looking for peace and quiet. What to do at Bin el Ouidane lake? Rent a local boat, take in the great views, swim, sunbathe, eat. There are a few hotels for rent around the lake that promise you an unforgettable moment of relaxation.
Imsouane is a small Berber fishing village appreciated for its tranquility and natural beauty. It is located on a bay in Morocco and wedged between Essaouira and Agadir. The magical bay of Imsouane is popular with surfers during winters and summers.
Imsouane attracts Moroccan families during the summer who come for the cheap seafood and the relaxing beach setting.
Listed by Forbes magazine as one of the 27 most beautiful beaches in the world, Imsouane is somewhat of a paradise destination given that it is underdeveloped and non-commercial.
Imsouane Beach is located along a bay with a huge cliff overlooking the beach. There are two main surf spots in Imsouane, the Bay, for advanced surfers who can ride larger waves and longer rides and the Cathedral, known for its smaller waves and for shortboarding.