1st day: Casablanca
Those who think that Casablanca does not offer much to discover, may be surprised. Although Casablanca is a recent metropolis, it is full of real architectural surprises to enjoy without moderation.
Visit the majestic Hassan II mosque, the second largest mosque in the world!
Visit the Corniche, which was built in the 20s. It houses beaches, swimming pools, coffee and other places of entertainment very frequented by the casablancais on weekends.
Visit the United Nations Square,Like many of Moroccan cities, Casablanca consists of a medina and a new city. Between these last two, the Place of the United Nations made the connection, as a bridge between the past and the present. Recognizable thanks to its dome nicknamed “Kora Ardia”, it is the meeting point of major arteries.
Visit of the medina on foot:the central market and the old town have kept all their authenticity.
Visit the District of habous :the District of Habous developed during the French protectorate, mainly from the 1920s to the 1930s to accommodate several families of traders from various parts of Morocco. This migratory movement is caused by the policy of Marshal Lyautey who wishes to separate areas of residences of the Europeans and those of the Marocains.
The “Habous” name refers to the traditional religious Assembly, which organizes the allocation of housing within the medina.
The District of Habous is a unique example of reconstruction of a medina where, while respecting the style and traditional habits, the french architects, have complied with the rules of modern urbanism.
This area is home to many artisans today and especially booksellers…
Dinner and overnight at the hotel.
2nd Day: Casablanca – AÏT BENHADDOU – OUARZAZATE
Breakfast at the hotel and departure to Ouarzazate by the Tiz’n Tichka pass which crosses the High Atlas. Passage through the village of Aït Benhaddou, ksar the most impressive and one of the best preserved of southern Morocco. To reach Ouarzazate, you will cross many oases and kasbahs, Ait Ourir, Taddert, the Tichka pass (2,260 m), then Ighrem and finally Ouarzazate. Visit Kasbah Taourit, Tifoultoute and famous movie studios. Dinner and overnight at the hotel.
Road to Tineghir, a small town built at the foot of a beautiful palm grove, dominated by the old kasbah of Glaoui. You will enjoy the view from a belvedere located at the edge of the road that leads to the Todra Gorge. The road stops at the entrance of the gorges that narrow quickly, to no more than a few meters wide. On each side, the dark red cliffs exceed 300 m in height. The course, a few hundred meters, is easy along the wadi, but it is sometimes necessary to wet your feet to cross the cluse. It is located at the mouth of the gorge and leads to a very deep valley, surrounded by mountains and steep cliffs supernatural colors. Dinner and overnight at the hotel.
Erfoud, located 800 m above sea level, at the foot of Jebel Erfoud, was originally a garrison founded in 1917 by the French. This city is the starting point for the discovery of Merzouga, famous for its sand dunes that rise like walls at the doors of the desert. The highest reaches 150 m. Sunrise or sunset is a colorful show not to be missed. Visit of the water museum in Tinjdad region. Dinner and overnight in Merzouga.
Continue to Midelt, a mountain town juxtaposed with an old kasbah. It is the main staging city between the High and the Middle Atlas. This remarkable site is dominated by Jbel Ayach. Dinner and overnight at the hotel.
6th Day: MIDELT – FES
Departure for Fez through the villages of Azrou and Ifrane. Dinner and overnight at the hotel
7th day: FES
Founded in 790 by Moulay Idriss, Fez is the religious, intellectual and artistic metropolis of Morocco. Cradle of a thousand-year-old monarchy, it was also for a long time the political capital of the cherished empire in. She has kept intact her prestigious historical past and her role as a city of Islam. To discover Fès is to throw oneself into the almost inextricable network of narrow and winding streets, cut by stairs and covered passages. Movements and colors, noises and screams, smells of tanned skins, heady aroma of oriental perfumes, delicate aroma of kebabs, sweet taste of pastries … such is the imperial city. You will also visit a Koranic school. Dinner and overnight at the hotel.
8th day: FES – MEKNES
Continue to Meknes via the archaeological site of Volubilis. Meknes, 5th city of Morocco with its immense perspectives, its 25 km of ramparts, its Cyclopean stores, its vast fields of parade, with its buildings to the gigantic dimensions but nevertheless harmonious, capital of Moulay Ismaïl, the biggest builder of Morocco, offers an impressive painting. Dinner and overnight in Meknes or in the region.
9th day: MEKNES – RABAT
Rabat is a serene capital, the success of an urbanism that has not lacked means, Rabat is a city airy, flirtatious, orderly taste. The profusion of its public gardens and the beauty of its residential neighborhoods make it a pleasant place to stay that enhances an important archaeological heritage. Dinner and overnight at the hotel.
10th day : RABAT – OUALIDIA – SAFI
Departure by the coastal road to Oualidia between El Jadida and Safi, it is the calmest beach of the Atlantic coast. The ocean forms a lagoon at the edge of which relaxation and serenity are assured. Free time to admire the places before continuing to Safi. Dinner and overnight at the hotel.
11th day: SAFI – ESSAOUIRA
Safi visit. Famous for the beautiful blue pottery that is made there, Safi is remarkable for its Portuguese citadel. It is also one of the first industrial ports of the Kingdom devoted mainly to sardine fishing and also to the export of phosphates. The road continues to Essaouira. Surrounded by mimosas planted for
to fix the dunes, Essaouira, the old “Mogador”, surprises by its isolation. The city has a certain cachet thanks to its very old ramparts. She survives a past that was prestigious and reveals a small provincial and charming world. Dinner and overnight at the hotel.
12th day: ESSAOUIRA
In the peace of the ramparts built in the 18th century, extends a unique medina, consisting of wide streets at right angles, lined with squat arches opening onto the souks. Two skalas paved with large slabs and protected by battlements armed with bronze cannons, mouths open on the ocean, recall its past time of corsairs and furious naval battles of the purple islands. Visit of an Argan oil cooperative. Dinner and overnight at the hotel.
Return to Marrakech, “the Pearl of the South”, the beating heart of the kingdom. City symbolized by the animation of the Djemaa el Fna Square and the Koutoubia minaret. It is a place of exchange and a big craft center. “Marrakech la Saharienne” is unlike any other imperial city. In its earthen ramparts reigns a perpetual fair. It offers the attraction of its monuments and the charm of its immense gardens, its mild and dry climate. Visit the Koutoubia (outdoor) and the photo museum, then visit the Bahia Palace and the Moroccan art museum Dar Si Said. Dinner and overnight at the hotel.
14th day: MARRAKECH
Free day in half board (Breakfast & dinner). Night at the hotel.
Breakfast at the hotel and return to Casablanca.
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