Morocco Cities – Top 25 Travel Destinations

Planning a trip to Morocco?

Find below Our pick of the top 25 travel destinations and unique places to visit in Morocco for 2019.

Visit the villages, towns and cities, many of which are world heritage sites. Learn more about them and when to go.

zagora attractions

Zagora is a small town skirted by the mountain Zagora, after which the town was named. Popular for its inextricable link with the Sahara Desert


Volubilis is one of the most fascinating sights of Morocco. The city was founded in 3rd century BC and since then it has been inextricably linked with the Roman Empire.


Apart from being a heaven for the peripatetic traveler, Todgha Gorges make an exciting spot for the intrepid adventurer. there is a series of limestone river canyons that etches a splendid landscape.

Jammed between the High and Anti-Atlas Mountains is the city of Tinerhir. Located in the Draa-Tafilalet, this capital of Tinerhir Province is home to some of the most attractive oases in southern Morocco.


Tetouan served as refuge for the Andalusians who were expelled by the Spanish in the 15th century. White Dove is renowned for the Andalusian influence that reflects in the Hispano-Moorish character


Tangier has maintained its reputation as an inviting vacation hub. The aroma of its seafood, picturesque beauty of its coast, and amalgamation of different cultures …

Skoura is a verdant and fertile oasis lined with tall palm groves. It was a preferred shelter for the caravans laden with gold and spices, travelling across the Sahara

Take benefit of it not being as popular and crowded as the other big cities in the country and wander in the swirling lanes of its walled Medina.

Though Ouarzazate is more of a staging post in most itineraries, there is a lot in the city that you can spend a couple of days exploring.  The city is also is famous as a backdrop for movies.

it is a sacred place and a respected pilgrimage among the Moroccans. It is named after its founder and sixth-generation descendant of Prophet Mohammed – Moulay Idriss I.

Midelt may be of less significance for the tourists, but it serves as a fantastic off-piste exploration of the Jebel Ayachi region. It’s also is popular site for the mining of several minerals.

Merzouga is popular for its proximity to Erg Chebbi and the Sahara erg. The City is an integral part of several itineraries of tourists that come to visit Morocco.

When exploring Meknes, you’ll still find the 17th century Maghreb’s reflections in the Islamic-European architecture of the city. Less visitors make it easy to roam around it with no hassle.

Marrakech can be overwhelming and vast to cover in a few days, therefore, in this travel guide we have listed only the best tourist attractions around the city.

It is a famous vacation venue among picnickers. The town of Ifrane (known as little Switzerland) also offers winter sports ranging from snowballing and skiing.


Visitors with a zest for sauntering in the centuries-old lanes will find the medina charming. Its narrow alleys lead to the fountain-studded squares.

Formerly known as Mogador, Essaouira settled on the Atlantic Coast, the city has beaches to spend your evenings at and antiquated buildings to go exploring.

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Casablanca modern identity is more of Morocco’s commercial center with an authentic big city vibe, but still full of history and glorious architectures with a European touch.

Ait Benhaddou is not just a famous tourist spot for the history buffs, but also is a popular movie-making destination among producers and directors in Hollywood.

The city seems very un-Moorish when looked at from the sea. It has massive Portuguese walls of hewn stone, and even has a UNESCO-protected fortified city called Mazagan

Chefchaouen is the Blue Pearl of the kingdom. Famous for its photogenic blue-hued walls and houses, the city is one of the most treaded grounds by tourists.

The valley is filled with palm groves, gorges, and elaborate ancient kasbahs. The river Dades flows through valley, making it lush with greenery.

Agadir has a mild year-round climate which attracts a lot of holiday-makers who come here to relax & sun bathe. The sandy beach of Agadir offers 300 days of sun a year.