Morocco Holidays 2024/2025

Morocco holidays are perfect if you’re looking for a fun destination with a touch of exotic culture. From the spiced markets to the ancient historical cities and gorgeous North African beaches, no other holiday quite compares. There are tons of options for relaxation and adventure, but don’t worry about spending the big bucks, you can enjoy everything this country has to offer without going over your budget. Our cheap Morocco holidays will have you making memories that last a lifetime, so browse our hotels and book that trip!

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A contrast of seaside, desert and mountains

Morocco is located in the tip of North Africa, with coastlines bordering the Mediterranean Sea to the north and the Atlantic Ocean to the west. Its landscape is a rich contrast of oasis towns, deserts and mountains. It also has a fascinating culture with Arabic, African and European influences adding a truly alluring twist to your holiday experience. You’ll find all of this within the realm of its two main cities, Agadir and Marrakech.

Morocco holidays are popular all year round because of it’s incredible climate and warm temperatures – in fact, Moroccans enjoy 300 days of sunshine a year. What’s more, this means cheap holidays to Morocco are so achievable as its the perfect destination for spring breaks, summer holidays and winter escapes!

The coastal region of Agadir offers sandy beaches and cooling sea breezes, ideal for those who love to relax and bask under the hot sun. There’s also lots to do in Morocco for the adventurous traveller, with the fascinating charm of places such as Marrakech to explore and opportunities to hike and ski in the Atlas Mountains.

Holidays in Morocco


Relax and watch the kids paddle at the seaside in Agadir

The coastal resort of Agadir is one of Morocco’s newest towns and is a showcase of the best that modern Morocco holidays have to offer. You can explore local markets, indulge with a pampering spa treatment, take a camel ride, visit a museum or dance the night away in one of Agadir’s nightclubs. Plus, there’s plenty of great options in Agadir if you’re looking for All Inclusive holidays.

It has become a hugely popular destination with over nine kilometres of sandy, Blue-Flag-awarded beaches and plenty of watersports to enjoy. There’s also a five-kilometre long promenade just behind the beachfront perfect for morning strolls or walks to watch the sunset. Here you’ll find a range of shops and bars and restaurants that offer something from breakfast to dinner – and the dinner sea views are truly mesmerising.

Most of the hotels in Agadir are situated along the coast so it’s really only a few steps from your hotel room. Whether you’re staying All Inclusive or exploring the local restaurants, soak up the luxuries and make the most of this paradise you’re in.


Experience the vibrant souks and exotic charm of Marrakech

Inland Morocco is much drier and hotter than the coasts, with miles of desert where Berber tribes live almost exactly as they’ve always done. You’ll still find modern life out here though, so don’t be surprised to see traditional camel riders looking at their smartphones.

Morocco holidays offer such a mix between its regions, Agadir offers the golden coast, and Marrakech offers the bustling and vibrant side. This fascinating town, also known as the Red City, was founded around 1,000 years ago and retains much of its ancient outpost feel. If you want to experience authentic Morocco with all of its charm, Marrakech is the place to go.

While there are several modern hotels dotted around Marrakech, the older parts of the town are an ancient maze of narrow streets and small squares filled with local life and trade. You can have fun browsing among the many street vendors whose stalls are laid out with brightly coloured spices, fresh fruits and leather goods. Did someone say cheap holidays to Morocco? Barter for those goods! There’s plenty of excitement to be had as you’re swept up in the lively and energetic atmosphere.

The biggest market square in North Africa is Marrakech’s hectic Djemaa el-Fna, which attracts traders and shoppers from all over Africa. You can marvel from a distance at snake-charmers, listen to live musicians, watch some dancing and explore the winding labyrinth of the souks for some fantastic souvenirs.

Although Marrakech is surrounded by desert, there are lush gardens with palm trees where you can relax in the shade. Many of the hotels also have pools to cool down in and there’s lots of choices in cafes, restaurants and bars to visit during your stay.

The magnificent Atlas Mountains

As well as the desert regions, Morocco is home to the majestic Atlas Mountains, which are the highest in North Africa. Located just a 90-minute drive from Marrakech, they’re an amazing place to go for a holiday day trip.

In the spring and summer months you can taking hiking trips up the peaks and get superb views across the spectacular landscape. During winter, from November to April, the snow-covered slopes have prime conditions for skiing. There are several ski resorts in the region including Oukaimeden, which is the highest altitude ski resort in Africa. Imagine a morning skiing in the Atlas Mountains followed by an afternoon basking under the sun next on a lounger, before returning to your luxurious hotel – can it get better than that?

Frequently asked questions about Morocco holidays

Morocco holidays will have you in North Africa, bordering both the Atlantic Sea and Mediterranean Sea. The flight to Morocco usually takes around 3 hours.

As with all holidays, you should do your research first regarding any travel restrictions and health warnings to ensure your holiday will go off without any mishaps. You can find out more about safety when on holiday in Morocco here.

Morocco holidays are great for all travellers. Offering plenty of adventure, nature and spectacular sights there’s tons to do for those who love to explore, while with huge golden beaches, it’s also a great place for those who love to just lay out and watch the world go by.

Whether you’re looking for an All Inclusive trip, a cheap holiday to Morocco, or some time out with the family, Morocco is a great place for a holiday.