Morocco
Morocco

Urban Wonder with an Adventurous Spirit

In the north of Africa lies a beautiful country just waiting for you to explore on a luxury yacht charter. Morocco is a cultural melting pot with Arabian, Berber, and European influences – primarily from Spain, France, and Portugal. Known for its bustling markets and ancient architecture, it’s full of vibrant imperial cities like Marrakech, Casablanca and Rabat.


Ideal weather: 25 – 32°C

BEST TIME TO VISIT

peak season
shoulder
low
11 - 14°C
jan
12 - 15°C
feb
14 - 17°C
mar
16 - 19°C
apr
19 - 22°C
may
23 - 26°C
jun
26 - 29°C
jul
26 - 29°C
aug
23 - 26°C
sep
19 - 22°C
oct
15 - 18°C
nov
11 - 14°C
dec

INSIDER INFO

Located in the northwest is the famous port capital of Casablanca (Dar-el-Beida), Morocco’s largest city. The name often evokes the romance of the 1945 film starring but the reality of the city differs a little. A lively city where you will indulge in a variety of hand crafts, delicious food and vibrant colours from spices lying in mounds across market stalls.

Casablanca’s medina represents the oldest surviving part of the city and dates back to the rebuilding carried out by Sultan Mohammed ben Abdallah after the 1755 earthquake destroyed the city.

The coastline of Casablanca is surprisingly stunning. La Corniche is the most popular beachside area where you’ll find a selection of luxury hotels and restaurants, as well as beach clubs. The winds of the Atlantic and Mediterranean make for brilliant surfing conditions, especially in the nearby Essaouira.

The modern identity of Casablanca is all about progress and development. It’s not as atmospheric as other towns or cities but it’s steeped in history and we recommend exploring
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