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A Complete Guide to Morocco’s Weather

Marrakech has just been named the world’s best destination by Trip Advisor and we know why. From the golden sands in Agadir to the busy souks in Marrakech, cheap Morocco holidays have been hitting the spot for tourists for many years now.

With so many different types of durations available, you can opt for anything from a quick two night break to a 14 nights stay. Or, how about a twin center, combining the city vibes of holidays to Marrakech with a chilled out beach stay in Agadir.

So what is the weather like in Morocco?

Although cooler in the winter months, Morocco is a year round destination. Agadir has a Mediterranean climate whereas Marrakech sits in the centre of Morocco and has more of a subtropical warmer climate. If you prefer to spend your time chilling round the pool we would recommend travelling in the warmer months. However if you don’t want the crazy heat to stop you getting out and about sightseeing and checking out all what Morocco has to offer, then we would recommend travelling in the winter months.

When is the best time to visit Morocco?  Let’s take a look at the average monthly temperatures and things to do…


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Hitch a ride on a camel, as you travel through Agadir’s National Park and if you’re lucky you may spot some pink flamingos along the way.


Clip clop your way around Marrakech in a romantic horse drawn carriage.


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Take a trek to the Atlas Mountains, the biggest mountain range in North Africa. Stop off at traditional villages along the way for a refreshing mint tea.


Shop, shop, shop… Hit those souks for some great bargains.


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Enjoy a chilled out day on Agadir’s 10 kilometre beach. A perfect spot for sunbathing or of you fancy something a bit more energetic try your hand at jet skiing or paragliding


Zoom your way around Marrakech on a Segway and discover all its hidden treasures.


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Do you love to shop? Have a wander around Souk El Had d’Agadir, where you will find all sorts of weird and wonderful things to buy.


Built in the 12th century, Menara Gardens are made up of palm groves, orchards and olive groves.


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Head down to Agadir’s trendy marina where you can grab a cool beer and simply watch the world go by.


Right in the centre of all the hustle and bustle of Marrakech you will find a peaceful oasis at Jardin Majorelle. This exotic garden covers two and a half acres and is one of the most visited sites in Morocco.


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If you like a round of golf, Agadir has 3 golf courses and a perfect climate for golfing.


Located in the Atlas Mountains Cascade d’Ouzad are breathtaking waterfalls. Watch out for the monkeys!


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Take a guided bike ride tour around Agadir to find all those hidden spots.


At the heart of Marrakech you will find Jemaa el Fna. A market place packed with stalls and street entertainers. Best time to visit is on a night time, when the square really does come alive.


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Polish up your cooking skills with a Moroccan cookery class.


Dine out in style in a traditional riad.


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Ready steady go…  Let off some steam as you race your way around Maroc Racing Kart Track.


Take a trip back in time to a traditional Berber village.


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Fancy something a bit different? Agadir’s fish market really does pull the crowds in. Watch the locals as they bid for the local catch of the day.


If you like photography, pop into Maison de la photographie a great little museum.


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Agadir’s hilltop fortress is now just a ruin, but is a fantastic spot to view all of Agadir and beyond.


Take time out and chill with a relaxing hammam and spa.


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Whether you travel by 4×4 or a camel, recreate that Lawrence of Arabia moment as you check out   Morocco’s sand dunes


Learn how to cook Berber Cuisine in a great cooking class.

Does Morocco hit the spot for you?