Taroudant is ideally located between the sea and the mountain. Untouched by mass tourism, Taroudant seems to be mistaken for what Marrakech was like 20 years ago. It is also called "La Petite Marrakech". You will find its ramparts of fortification, its medina, its kasbah, its local crafts (tannery, souk, etc.) and its impregnable view on the Atlas and the anti-Atlas. Hidden by magnificent red-mud walls, and with the snowcapped peaks of the High Atlas beckoning beyond, Taroudant’s souqs and squares have a healthy sprinkling of Maghrebi mystique. Yet it is also a practical place, a market town where Berbers trade the produce of the rich and fertile Oued Souss plain. (more…)
Nestled in a valley among the Anti-Atlas Mountains in the south of Morocco is one of the country’s most precious treasures: the secluded oasis of Tafraoute. You will have to drive some 250km from Agadir on winding roads and dirt paths to get there. Once you arrive you will realize Tafraoute is worth the effort. Set against a backdrop of incredibly shaped rock formations, this hard-to-reach town is one of Morocco most relaxing destinations and the perfect base to explore the Anti-Atlas region. With very few tourists, lovely small restaurants, and spectacular places for outdoor adventures, Tafraoute is the ideal destination for those seeking to enjoy a relaxing getaway or an adventurous few days among nature. The natural beauty surrounding Tafraoute is simply astounding and it would
Tata or the pink city is a verdant oasis in the South of Morocco in the Souss-Massa region, and one of the most popular tourist destinations of the kingdom, charming palm grove between wadis coming from the Anti-Atlas and the desert dunes. This village is renowned for its beautiful Ksour, its archaeological heritage and its hadncrafting wealth in pottery and jewelery. The province of Tata is a predominantly a rural subdivision of the Moroccan region of Guelmim-Es Smara. It takes its name from its chief town, Tata. The town is located within an Oasis 289 km southeast of Agadir and about 815 km from Laayoune. It is surrounded by: Assa, Taroudante, Tiznite, Guelmime and Ouarzazate. It has a population of around 250,000 inhabitants in 2014 and occupies an area of almost 26,0
Tiznit is a privileged place of the beautiful region of Souss, where one breathes the serenity and the happiness of living. Tiznit is a town in southern Morocco and the capital of the province of Tiznit in the Souss-Massa region. The population of the city, which was 80 000 inhabitants in 2014, is largely Berber. Tiznit is 15 km from the Atlantic Ocean, 81 km south of Agadir, 203 km south of Essaouira, 271 km southwest of Marrakech and 553 km south of Rabat. The province is a must-see tourist destination at the gates of the desert and 90 km from Al-Massira international airport, with the beautiful Tiznit, Tafraut peaks, Tazekka rock carvings, oases and lush valleys, including Aït-Mansour, flowered plains, peaceful haven with sea views for Mirleft Caravaning fans and mountains.
Welcome to Agadir Lined by boulevards dotted with palm trees and bars on the seafront. Agadir, the first seaside resort of Morocco, has a decidedly very western atmosphere. Agadir is also the first tourist hub of the country, place sometimes disputed by Marrakech, and the first fishing port of Morocco. Commercial activity is also booming with the export of citrus fruits and vegetables produced in the fertile Souss valley. Its exceptional climate, more than 300 days of sunshine per year, and has a 10 km long beach,. It is now the biggest seaside resort of Morocco, where tourists and foreign residents come, attracted by a mild climate throughout the year. Known for its white buildings hidden behind the dunes, its wide flowered boulevards, modern hotels and European-style cafés, Agadir