The Atlantic Coast of Morocco is the home of many of the most colourful cities of Morocco, filled with culture and character. There is so much to see and enjoy in Morocco that the flexibility and authenticity of taking a Moroccan riad or holiday property is priceless. Moroccan music and the smells of delicious Moroccan food fill the streets of the cities along the coastline by night, and the vast amounts of entertainment mean that Morocco is ideal for a family holiday in the sun.
Fishing has long been the staple industry of the Moroccan Atlantic Coast, and there are plenty of pilchard, mackerel and tuna to fish for, either from a boat in the ocean or from the peers and beaches of Skhirat, Agadir or Safi. The beaches in these destinations mean that you do not have to do a thing, and will still have an unforgettable Morocco holiday.
The stunning beaches and clear blue waters of the ocean mean that taking a Morocco holiday property is magnificent for sunbathing and surfing. Surfers have known about the excellent swells which crash onto the Atlantic Coast of Morocco, meaning that Morocco accommodation here is rarely empty. Windsurfing and surfing hotspots can be found around Agadir and Anchor Point.
It would be impossible to see everything in one trip to self catering accommodation in Morocco, but taking a holiday property will give you enough flexibility to sample a great deal and plan the perfect, self tailored trip for your next visit to a villa, riad or apartment in Morocco.
Golf has become the most important sports in Morocco, and golfers who take a Moroccan villa for golf will be hugely entertained for many weeks.
Agadir is the only real resort in Morocco, based around the impressive beach which stretches miles into the distance. Camel trekking along the beaches is great fun, and taking a Morocco holiday property in Agadir will guarantee an unforgettable family holiday.
Essaouira is a very impressive city, surrounded by huge sturdy defences and lines of cannons. The city manages to combine elements of all the diverse regions of Morocco, and should certainly not be ignored by those wanting to understand the magnificent culture of the country, and for the authentic experience, try staying in a traditional Moroccan riad.
The climate in Morocco remains dry throughout the year, with hot summers and very short winters. Although temperatures average around 35˚C during the days, much of the sting of the heat is taken out by the cool sea breezes blowing on-shore. Average temperatures in winter hover around 22˚C, making Morocco perfect for a family holiday in the winter sun.