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Things to do in Morocco
Agadir - watch the fishing boats at Agadir Port
There have been fishermen landing their catch at Agadir for centuries and the bustling port today bears little change from then, except in the style of boats bringing in the fish. The best time to see the catch come in is between 09.00 and 10.00 when there is more to see and the fish are at their freshest. Once you have seen the unloading and walked around the crates of every imaginable type of fish retire to one of the local eateries and enjoy a meal but negotiate your price first.
Casablanca - admire the Hassan ll Mosque
To truly appreciate the beauty of the Hassan II Mosque you need to take a tour but be warned the last tour closes at 14.00 and all tours are scheduled around prayer times as this is a working mosque. It is unique that in addition to being the 3rd largest mosque in the world, completed in just 6 years in 1993, it is also one of the few mosques that non Muslims can visit. If you have the time try to wait and see the opening of the giant 1100 tonnes roof.
Essaouira - visit the colourful Essaouira Port and old Portuguese fort
The town of Essaouira was once the home of Jimi Hendrix and the place for hippies to come in the sixties. The ancient port is still a full working port with little changed in centuries and craftsman can be found all around making crafts the same way as their ancestors did. Reminders of the former colonists are still to be found around the port and local area including the magnificent Portuguese gate and the remains of the old castle on the beach.
Fez - enjoy shopping and wandering the arts and crafts Souks
Step back 2,000 years and take a tour around the Souk at Fez. Unlike western markets each part of the Souk is designated to a particular product or craft with the more valuable products found towards the center. Whether you are looking for a keepsake or something more valuable take your time and explore the market and be sure to haggle as this is expected and can be a lot of fun.
Marrakech - explore Bahia Palace
It is not know exactly when work was started in the Bahia Palace by Si Moussa but it was completed by his son in 1900. The whole palace is a testament to Islamic and Moroccan architecture but due to its piecemeal construction does not completely flow as you walk around. Do not miss out on the marble paved courtyard with its archways and galleries, or the painted cedar wood ceilings in the main halls.
Marrakech - explore the Serene Majorelle Garden
An oasis of calm the Majorelle Garden offers an escape from the city of Marrakesh and is filled with plant life from the region. It is also home to 15 species of bird that are unique to Northern Africa. The gardens were once owned by Yves Saint-Laurent whose ashes were spread in the garden on his request after his death in 2008. An hour should let you see all of the gardens but find time for a mint tea in the nearby cafes.
Introduction of Morocco
Morocco is located in the northwest of Africa and has been attracting European visitors for decades. The country offers the chance to see somewhere more exotic than the typical Mediterranean resorts, without needing to take a long-haul flight. Most visitors get here by flying into Casablanca, which is a gentle introduction to this wonderful country. Here, the ancient medina and the world's third-biggest mosque give a fascinating taster of what is to come. Further inland, in the foothills of the Atlas Mountains, Marrakesh is probably the country's biggest tourist attraction. From haggling in the traditional souks (markets) to visiting the traditional hammams (saunas), there is something for everyone. Of course, traditional package tourists are not excluded from visiting the country, with the Atlantic beaches of Agadir a favourite with this crowd. This region has the biggest selection of Morocco hotels catering to mainstream European tourists. Saharan Morocco is a little off the beaten track and may appeal to the adventurous traveller. Visitors can leave behind the historical monuments and beaches of the west and explore the east of the country on camelback or by ATV tour.