Morocco landmarks

Morocco landmarks, best cities, and villages.

Morocco landmarks Introduction:

Morocco has beautiful landmarks. Also,  enjoys a unique geographical location, located to the north on the Mediterranean Sea, and separates it from Spain from the northern border of Gibraltar, bordered to the south by the Arab Republic of Mauritania and the African Sahara, is on the Atlantic border, and at the east, it is bordered by Algeria. Due to Morocco’s proximity to Europe, it is a tourist destination for many foreign tourists. Especially from Spain, because it’s so close to it, if you are in Spain once you cross the border, you are in Morocco.

Morocco should be among the countries at the top of the list of countries you intend to visit, tourism in Morocco has a special charm and fun and excitement that you will not find in many countries. It has something of a fantasy that is enough of the vast desert scene, which makes it look fantastic and charming. In the following article, you get to know Morocco landmarks and the most beautiful tourist places you should visit.

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Morocco landmarks, best cities, and villages:

Best cities to visit in Morocco:

1)Marrakech, the red city of Morocco:

Marrakech is a colorful and charming city. There you can do many things, just depending on how long you will stay in the city, you can set a daily schedule to visit, explore and enjoy the best places. It is a bustling and vibrant city packed with visitors of different nationalities. The city has a mix of ancient and modern cultures and an overlap between eastern and western cultures.

There you will find street vendors and kiosk owners, as well as acrobats, snake witches, charlatans, and many different categories. Moreover, there are many places and activities you can do in Marrakech during tourism in Morocco, such as visiting the Al-Kutubiya Mosque, Ben Youssef School, Saadian Shrine, Badi palace, and many other places you can visit and enjoy. Not to mention that we will review with you in an upcoming article.

2)Fes, the cultural city of Morocco:

Along with Marrakech, Fes is Morocco’s other destination for discovering ancient cultures, between the back alleys with cobblestone streets and old doors that give you a great opportunity to stop and take pictures in every corner of this charming historic city.

Perhaps the most important feature of the Moroccan city of Fes is the leather tanning area, which is one of the region the most popular attractions in the city. Also, the old town with walls and historic doors deserves to discover.

3)Casablanca, the largest city in Morocco:

Casablanca is a large city with a population of 4 million. Besides, it is the economic and financial capital of Morocco, a more modern city where thousands of foreigners from all over the world come not only to visit the city but also to work and live in it. This city is full of history with a stunning architectural heritage. As one of Morocco’s largest cities, Casablanca is the place to learn about Morocco’s culture, history, and people.

Also, that it is also a great base in a central location for touring the coast, with the discovery of many of the main sights, the most famous of which is the Hassan II Mosque, which is the symbol of luxury in the city, a luxurious building designed in a complex engineering form. Not to mention its structure is based on carved marble pieces, vibrant mosaics, and the symbol of ancient Islamic civilization. It is indeed a great place not to miss out on tourism in Morocco.

4)Chefchaoun, the blue city:

Chefchaouen enjoys the beautiful Rif mountains, with a magnificent maze of blue buildings, which has an incredibly thin accent. It is a peaceful and peaceful city and a great place to relax if you have a period. It’s one of the areas of tourist attraction in Morocco. The  Wata Hammam’s place is one most beautiful attractions in the heart of the city and the most vibrant of all day. Also, it’s an ideal destination for tourists along with locals, and don’t miss out on the magnificent old town, which is teeming with idyllic historical sights and many traditional Moroccan buildings. 


Essaouira is a familiar and charming city with its fortified walls, fish port, and seagulls hovering above. At first glance, Essaouira will look like a village in Britain or in France, which is no stranger, since it was designed by the same designer of a British port. But at the same time as you enter the city, you will feel the authentic Moroccan atmosphere with the narrow alleys and the smell of fish mixed with the scent of saltwater, spices, and shades of palm trees.

Not to mention the sound of drums and gnaw artists. The city of Essaouira is famous for its strong winds that attract pleasant wind-riding enthusiasts, while the beach and sun lovers head south to Agadir province. The beauty and charm of the city have attracted many artists over the years and now it is filled with small art projects and amateur artists.

6)Meknes, the historical city of Morocco:

It has been hundreds of years since Meknes was the capital of Morocco, and indeed it is no longer on the list of many tourists in recent times. Despite being a pleasant tourist destination with many attractions and stunning monuments, with a number of the best collections of historical sites in Morocco, all within walking distance of each other and within the trouble-free Old City and the large tourist crowds you may find in many nearby cities.

Bab al-Mansour remains this giant gate, which has a stunning design and unique décor, as one of the magnificent archaeological sites of Meknes, which characterizes the entrance to the Old City through fortified walls. Meknes, one of the four main cities of the Americas in Morocco and closely linked to Sultan Moulay Ismail, is characterized by the Moroccan/Spanish style, surrounded by high walls and huge gates, as it also has many historical monuments and natural places and is close to the Roman Volubilis.

7)Tinghir one of the best landmarks in Morocco:

Tinghir Subtropical palm forest in the heart of Morocco, hugging the High Atlas Mountains and beautiful desert and Oasis, located in the middle of the Todgha Valley. Tinghir is an ancient French city that has grown into a city overflowing with gardens, flowers, magnificent kasbah, and charming narrow streets, overlooking the remains of the 18th-century Palace, where you can walk up to the top of the mountain for great views of the surrounding.

Morocco landmarks: best villages to visit in Morocco:

1)Ait Benhaddou, the famous fortified village in Morocco:

Ait Ben Haddou is one of the villages of the fortified town of Ouarzazate, which is located on the road, previous convoys between the Sahara and Marrakech. Within its towering walls, there are six kasbahs and a small number of houses. Most of the villagers now live in another more advanced village on the other side of the river, but some families still live there. The village has appeared in many great films such as Lawrence of Arabia and Gladiator.

2)Merzouga village, the best landmark in Morocco:

Dunes that give the sun a golden glow, overlooking old-fashioned mud houses, moving between them randomly and slowly camels and horses, are confused by motorcycle racing, the wind evokes thick dust waves, concealing the features of people dressed in the famous blue desert clothes, sitting in canvas tents, one of which is set on fire in an old iron stove.

This scene is part of the enchanting nature of the town of Merzouga, south-eastern Morocco, where tourists of various nationalities flock to enjoy the tranquility of the desert and its sights, which combine ancient heritage and picturesque nature. At the entrance to the Moroccan town, whose inhabitants depend on tourism as a source of livelihood basic to them.

Banners written in French, Spanish, and English, indicating hotel trends some of the desert village’s landmarks, nearby, are gathering multi-lingual tour guides to welcome and accompany foreign and local tourists. It is spread in the town of Merzouga, large and small hotels, which never ceases to receive new tourists around the clock, suggests how attractive the place is.

The day begins in Merzouga with the first morning smiles, and tourists wake up early, to watch the magic of sunrise, they go back to hotels or cafes for breakfast, before heading to camels ride, or in their 4x4s on a tour of the dunes.

The Tourists’ tours continue between golden nature landmarks, until lunchtime, which they eat under tents in a beautiful desert setting. In the rest of the day, various desert activities continue, extending into the night through concerts in tents in the middle of the desert. Before nightfall, tourists watch the sunset as if they were seeing it for the first time, as the sun’s disk leans red, and gradually begins to fade behind the golden sand dunes.

Top natural landmarks in Morocco:

Jazeera’s beach:

Sidi Ifni stretches the rocky shore of the island along the southern coast of Morocco’s Atlantic Ocean. Also, famous for its red cliffs and natural stone arch. Despite the collapse of the magnificent stone passage, there is still a beautiful arch remaining another, the charming coastline is scenic, and wind conditions attract amateurs and paragliding enthusiasts.

Ozoud Falls, the best natural landmark in Morocco:

Tanajamit falls near the village of Tanajamit in the Great Atlas Mountains, a large series of waterfalls surrounded by reddish-red cliffs and green valleys. The Visitors can walk along the olive-lined paths to reach the bottom of the waterfalls amid the most beautiful landscapes.    

Mount Toubkal, the most visited natural landmark in Morocco:

Toubkal is one of the best Morocco landmarks. Also, it is Morocco’s highest mountain, with a height of 4,167 meters, and represents part of the High Atlas Mountains, attracting adventurous travelers, hikers, and outdoor enthusiasts, as the mountain top offers wide horizons and the national park surrounding the surrounding wildlife is filled with interesting wildlife.

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