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Beaches, Morocco

The beaches in Morocco are simply stunning; tall, straw-thatched sun umbrellas sit neatly in rows along the golden stretches of sands and aqua waters reach far and wide. If you love visiting quiet and unspoiled beaches, fly over outside of high season and uncover the vast scenery this sunny destination has to offer. For avid water sports lovers, head to Essaouira Beach, where holidaymakers spend their days windsurfing and kitesurfing.

Agadir

Located on the Atlantic Coast, with a busy port and beach resort sprawling beneath its Kasbah, Agadir was completely rebuilt following an earthquake.

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Asilah

Located just south of Tangier in Northern Morocco, charming Asilah town is a popular seaside resort. The town is quiet for most of the year, but…

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Dakhla

Dakhla is a unique seaside town in Western Sahara that the Moroccan government has turned into a visitor’s paradise. Although Western Saharan…

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Essaouira

Essaouira beach is the ideal destination for keen lovers of water sports such as windsurfing and kitesurfing. If you just want to chill out you can…

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Legzira Plage

Legzira Plage made the headlines in 2016 when one of the famous arched natural rock formations collapsed due to erosion. The other arch stil stands.

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Martil

Martil is a sea resort northeast of Tetouan, Morocco in the Mediterranean Sea. This little but rapidly growing town is very tourist orientated.

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Saidia

With summer temperatures averaging in the high 30s, Morocco is a popular destination for sun worshipers. Saidia, also known as the “Blue Pearl.”

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Sidi Kaouki

Sidi Kaouki Beach is located 25 km south of Essaouira and is a strange combination of a religious site and a surfer’s paradise. There is a ruin of…

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Temara Plage

Temara Plage is approximately 4km from the actual village of Temara and is a popular beach resort for the people living in the nearby town of Rabat.

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Tetouan

Tetouan is one of the major Moroccan ports along the Mediterranean and its name translates literally as “the eyes” but an indirect translation is…

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