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Morocco - heritage, desert and landscapes

Bordered by 3,500 kilometres of coastline and crossed with numerous mountain ranges, it's no wonder that Morocco is quickly becoming a sought-after tourist destination.

Morocco has an abundance of important natural and historic assets as well as a richly diverse cultural heritage.

Explore the wonders of Morocco’s UNESCO World Heritage Sites

Morocco is home to 8 UNESCO World Heritage Sites, these are sites which have been deemed by the UNESCO as outstanding in terms of cultural, scientific or historic importance.

These sites provide a wealth of knowledge by helping to form a world of history which would otherwise remain buried. Below is a collection of Morocco’s stunning heritage sites.

  • Archaeological Site of Volubilis
  • Historic City of Meknes
  • Ksar of Ait-Ben-Haddou
  • Mazagan
  • The Medina of Essaouira
  • Medina of Fez
  • Medina of Marrakech
  • Medina of Tetouan

There are a few places on earth which compare to Morocco’s incredible Sahara Desert

Situated on Morocco’s western border, the Sahara Desert is the world's largest desert – spanning an area similar to that of the United States. A desert adventure is a once-in-a-lifetime experience and something we would wholeheartedly recommend.

The Erg Chebbi and the Erg Chigaga are the two most famous sand dunes with each offering a completely different experience.

The Erg Chebbi dunes is more accessible with modern hotels located just a 30-minute camel ride away while the Erg Chigaga dunes are more rustic, located around 60km from the nearest road. Both sand dunes offer the opportunity to ride camels and climb the dunes while admiring picture perfect views and sleeping under the stars.

Morocco has some amazingly beautiful landscapes in every corner of the country

  • Aftas is a small and peaceful beach which is accessed via a piste off the Les Amicales area of Mirleft
  • The winding road which leads up to the Dades Gorge is one of the best roads to drive in Morocco
  • Napoleons Hat which looms over Tafraoute in the Souss region
  • Aguelmam Azigza is a beautiful lake in the heart of the Middle Atlas region which is great for swimming and paddling