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Morocco Holidays

Morocco. 3 photos of a palace, beach and hiking in the mountains.

Watersports and adventure runs through Morocco’s veins. Breathtaking beaches, epic waves, world-class cuisine and fun for all ages. Surf's up, dude!

Destination highlights

  • A haven for surfing and watersports

  • World-class cuisine

  • Endless activities for all ages

  • A cultural hotspot

What are the best beaches in Morocco?

Beach holidays in Morocco offer more than just sun and sea; they’re a staple destination for surfing the waves and trying your hand at watersports. Keep these beaches on your radar when visiting Morocco:

  • Agadir Beach – the most famous beach in the resort town is a year-round swimming location and a firm favourite for windsurfing

  • Taghazout – a surfer’s paradise and fishing village close to Agadir, these sands offer a chilled-out vibe that backpackers and locals adore

  • Mirleft – a lesser known beach, Mirleft is perfect for independent travellers with activities on their priority list. The best part? There are several sandy spots to choose from. Go wild!

  • Essaouira Beach – this iconic windsurfing destination is the centre for tasty treats and buckets of culture

  • Legzira Beach – a sunset lover’s dream, this quiet beach is untouched with an off-the-beaten-track feel

  • Asilah Beach – a budget traveller’s top choice, with plenty of cultural hotspots nearby

What are the top hotels in Morocco?

Cheap holidays to Morocco are easy to find with our selection of hotels, from your all-singing, all-dancing All Inclusive break to that ultra-relaxing couples retreat. Keep an eye out for these top choices:

  • Aqua Fun Club - the clue's in the name - this one-stop-shop is perfect for a jam-packed break with all the family, complete with the waterpark of dreams.

  • Allegro Agadir - this hotel’s city centre location is easily accessible, and it offers endless entertainment for guests to enjoy.

  • Iberostar Founty Beach - with its iconic location on Agadir beach, this blissful hotel offers all the amenities you need.

  • Es Saadi Marrakech Resort - luxury living is key at this hotel. it’s the perfect place to wind down after a day of exploring.

  • Royal Atlas - a five-star holiday at its finest. Experience the ultimate relaxing break with a range of added extras on offer.

  • Sirayane Boutique Hotel & Spa - experience a taste of serenity after a day of exploring the enchanting city of Marrakesh with this hotel’s spa-like vibe.

Popular Morocco hotels

Weather in Morocco

























Morocco plays by its own weather rules, really. In the scorching summer months (June to August), temperatures sizzle upwards of 30°C. It's a sun lover's dream come true, especially along the idyllic beaches. Sun hat? Check. Shades? Check. Ready to melt your ice cream? Absolutely!

Swing into the cooler months, and the weather in Morocco transforms. Autumn (September to November) and spring (March to May) are pure gold, with temperatures hovering around a comfortable 20-25°C. Imagine exploring the vibrant souks of Marrakech or hiking in the stunning Atlas Mountains without breaking into a sweat!

Winter (December to February), especially in the northern and coastal regions, sees temperatures dip to 12-16°C, offering the perfect excuse to enjoy a traditional Moroccan mint tea by a cosy fireplace.

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How long does it take to fly to Morocco?

Flights from the UK to Morocco take around three and a half hours.

What’s the time difference between the UK and Morocco?

The local time in Morocco is the same as the UK when we are on British Summer Time. But when the clocks go back in the Winter, Morocco time is 1 hour ahead of the UK.

What currency do they use in Morocco?

The official currency used in Morocco is the Moroccan Dirham.

What language do they speak in Morocco?

The official language of Morocco is Moroccan Arabic (known as Darija). Other predominant languages used are Arabic, in its Classical and Modern Standard forms, as well as French.