Discover Morocco during your stay. Located between the Atlantic and the Mediterranean, Morocco is a succession of superb and varied landscapes, oscillating between coastal environment, mountainous relief, with sometimes snowy peaks, green valleys, fertile plains, desert and oasis.
Formerly known as Mazagan and renamed El Jadida “The New”, this city is home to majestic architectural treasures:
The ancient Portuguese city nestled in the heart of its incredible city walls also houses a picturesque souk and fish market.
The Medina (old city) of El Jadida is characterised by quaint charm, with a labyrinth of narrow streets lined with sumptuous buildings and doors that lead to mysterious passages in a harmonious blend of Portuguese, Arabic, Andalusian and Berber styles.
Accompanied by a private guide, we invite you to admire the panoramic views of the port from the fortified city walls of the city of El Jadida, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and to visit the main attractions of the city such as the Portuguese Cistern and the souk of La Medina.
El Jadida - Oualidia
Oualidia is full of lagoons protected from the ocean by a long series of sand dunes, creating an extraordinary landscape.
The small town of Oualidia, located 1 hour away from El Jadida (75 km) on the Atlantic coast, is fully deserving of its nickname as the “Blue pearl of Morocco”.
This ancient fishing village is distinguished by its proximity to both powerful and almost telluric ocean waves and the calm and tranquil waters of its blue lagoon. A yellow sandy beach, protected by a rocky cove, extends along the lagoon. A walk along this beach allows visitors to feel the magic of Oualidia bay.
Also recommended is a ride aboard a traditional boat in the calm waters of the lagoon to discover the famous oyster parks and migratory bird reserve.
Casablanca (or the White City) is the largest city in the Kingdom. An amazing metropolis that features a mixture of tradition and ultra-modernity, the city inherited a rich heritage of preserved historical architecture.
As a first step in discovering the economic capital of Morocco, we invite you to visit the majestic Hassan II mosque, the second largest mosque in the world! Continue on to Ain Diab, a lively spot with great entertainment, whose corniche was built in the 1920s.
On United Nations Square, located in the heart of the White City, where all its main thoroughfares converge, visitors can explore a series of arches made from yellow stone. Then visit the Anfa district, built on a hill overlooking the city, whose streets feature 70 years of “chic” architecture, large flowered avenues, gardens and palatial residential villas.
Finally, head for the city’s central historical attraction, the old Medina, best discovered on foot in a true journey into the past. Each part of the Medina is filled with history, from the central marketplace to the Habbous district, which have retained their authenticity.
Known as the red city, Marrakesh is a bustling city filled with life and activity. A city of amazing contrasts between old and new, this is a place that truly makes you feel as if you are travelling back in time. The many monuments and authenticity of Marrakesh tell a charming history that you can discover over the course of an unforgettable walk through its streets.
The Majorelle Garden, a haven of peace and tranquillity in the heart of the city of Marrakesh. A must-see during a visit to Morocco. The medina marks the historic centre of the city, while the Menara gardens are a true oasis of greenery in the heart of lively Marrakesh.
The Koutoubia Mosque fascinates visitors with the beauty of its forms and the grandeur of its minaret. The magical and renowned Jamaa-Fna square recounts the history of Morocco's past and present through its storytellers, dancers, water vendors and snake charmers.
The Souks are quite unique thanks to their organisation and size – a labyrinth of traditional alleys filled with stands and dazzling colours in a feast for the eyes. Bahia Palace, one of the most important architectural structures in Marrakesh, was built in the late 19th century. The Saadian tombs, which date back to the era of the great sultan Ahmed El Mansour, continue to impress visitors with their decorative beauty.
Rabat “Fortress of Victory”
An ancient imperial city and political capital located on the Atlantic coast, this charming port city was built in the 12th century at the mouth of the Bou Regreg River, a great wadi of the Middle Atlas Mountains.
Rabat is a custodian of Moroccan history. Encircled by water, it is home to treasured Roman, Andalusian and Marinid heritage. Protected by imposing city walls, its medina encloses many monuments and museums.You will be enchanted by the silence and the refreshing ambience that reigns over this place.
A visit to Rabat is an opportunity to return to the millennial history of the Kingdom and discover the splendour of the Hassan Tower, the Kasbah of the Udayas, the Chellah necropolis, the Royal Palace and the rue des Consuls…
Plan a visit to this fifteenth-century city overlooking the Oum Er-Rbia River. Surrounded by ramparts, Azemmour retains its historic charm.