Morocco Tours From Spain

If you have plans to travel from Spain to Morocco and have no clue about the itinerary, then our Morocco Tour From Spain is your option.

Learning from our 15-year experience in organizing Morocco travel packages and improving with the help of the feedback from more than 1750 happy voyagers, we have finally curated the best itinerary from Spain to Morocco.

Best part?

You can ask us to create a tailor-made tour from Spain to Morocco crafted for you personally. The tour will include the departure date that is most convenient to you, any number of days (7 days, 5 days, 4 days) and the adventures you prefer.

Let the journey begin!

Day 1: Tangier > Chefchaouen

You will arrive in Morocco via ferry from Spain in the port of Tangier. At the port itself you will find your driver who will give you an insightful tour of the city. After having spent a few hours traveling and exploring the city of Tangier, you will depart for another beautiful Moroccan city, Chefchaouen. Upon arrival at the gorgeous Blue City of Morocco, you will be chauffeured to your hotel where you will have some time to settle and freshen up. The dinner will be at the hotel.

Day 2: Chefchaouen

The morning will begin with delicious breakfast in the hotel, after which you will set out to explore the city in its lovely hues of blue. Tucked away in the foothills of mountains, you will find the city to be a serene adventure. The relaxed environment of the Rif Mountains and the beauty of their panoramic view will leave you spellbound. You will enjoy dinner at a local restaurant before leaving for the hotel.

Day 3: Chefchaouen > Volubilis > Meknes > Fes

The next day begins by regaining all your energy with delicious breakfast. And later, you will set out for Fes, the city of saints. The journey will take you to the city via Volubilis and imperial city, Meknes. On your way, you will spend the morning touring the fascinating 2000-year-old ruins that reflect the glory of the Roman Empire. Lunch will be at one of the Meknes restaurants.

A guide will take you on an expedition inside Meknes and later you will leave for Fes, the cultural and spiritual center of Morocco.

Day 4: Fes Guided City Tour

After breakfast, you will head to the ancient medina located in the heart of Fes. The tour will be led by one of our native guides. You will go on an excursion through the narrow and bustling streets of the marketplace. Lined with fresh fruits, spices, intricately woven Moroccan carpets, and plethora of art and crafts that are a legacy of old Moroccan tradition. You can also buy souvenirs from the medina.

Later you will be taken to the Royal Palace, the iconic leather tanneries, pottery shops and some more must-visit tourist attractions of Fes. You will hit a traditional restaurant in the medina for lunch before returning to the hotel. Dinner will be served in a local restaurant.

Day 5: Fes > Ifrane > Cedar Forest > Ziz Valley > Erfoud

You will have your breakfast early to spend more time enjoying the trek on the Middle Atlas Mountains. You will spend time travelling in and across the Atlas Mountains and visit the scenic forests, jagged rock faces and traditional Berber villages on your way to the plains. The lunch will be enjoyed in the town of Midelt, which is renowned for its million-years-old fossils and rocks. You can also stop by some shops to purchase some of the relics as souvenir.

Later you will head to the Kasbah in Erfoud, where a hot shower or dip in the swimming pool will await you. Dinner will be served at the hotel.

Day 6: Erfoud > Desert Villages and Camel Safari

Most of this day, you will rest and wash away your fatigue by staying in the hotel. You can also go exploring the small but interesting towns in the desert before you leave into the barren land and sand dunes of the majestic Sahara Desert later in the afternoon. A four-wheeler vehicle will drive you across the sandy route.

A camel will be waiting for you in the desert and will take you on a 2-hour trek to the oasis. Here you will spend the night in the Berber tents and enjoy traditional Berber dishes for dinner.

Day 7: Merzouga > Togdha Gorges > Dades Valley

You will begin the day with the spectacular view of sunrise on the top of sand dunes. Later after breakfast in the tent, you will camel-trek back to the 4 × 4s and head towards Erfoud. From Erfoud, you continue the itinerary from behind the High Atlas Mountains en-route to Ouarzazate via the 600-feet high beautiful Togdha Gorges. You can take a hike up to the gorges to enjoy the scenic view. The site is perfect for wonderful Instagram-ready pictures.

The journey along the river valleys towards the southeast of Morocco will be a beautiful one. We will arrive at the hotel late in the evening where you will be served the dinner.

Day 8: Dades Valley > Rose Valley > Ouarzazate > Ait Benhaddou > Marrakech

After savoring the sumptuous morning meal, you will set off to Marrakech, one of the imperial cities of Morocco. The route will continue via the historical ksars of Ait Benhaddou. The tour will take you off the road where you will explore the ksars in the region. A popular site among the producers and directors around the world, this region can easily be recognized from some of the most popular movies including the Lawrence of Arabia, Jesus of Nazareth, and recently The Gladiator. Lunch will be arranged at one of the restaurants of Ait Benhaddou.

After lunch, you continue towards the mountains to the Ochre City, Marrakech. You will be chauffeured to the hotel where you will freshen up before heading out to the visit the Jemaa el-Fnaa square. The place is a hub for storytellers, musicians and performers.

Dinner will be at the hotel.

Day 9: Marrakech Guided City Tour

A tantalizing meal will start your day filling you up with energy to tour the southern pearl of Morocco. This guided tour will take you on an incursion to some of the most visited tourist places. The itinerary will include the Palace of the Bahia, the Saadian Tombs, and many other architectural and historic sites. You will have you lunch at one of the restaurants in the city.

After lunch, you will continue with the tour and set off to the magnificent Koutoubia Mosque and the famous Djemaa el-Fna, which are both popular landmarks in Marrakech. The tour will end at the souk. Dinner will be served in a local restaurant.

Day 10: Marrakech > Casablanca

Next day you will head depart from Marrakech and continue towards Casablanca, the western part of Morocco. Popular as a port city and a commercial hub, Casablanca is also a home to some of the oldest buildings in Morocco.

You can take a tour to one of the old buildings and remnants of the past, the grand Hassan II Mosque before heading back to the hotel.

Dinner will be served at the Hotel in Casablanca

Day 11: Casablanca - Departure

You can leave the hotel at your convenience, depending on when your flight is scheduled.

As we say in Morocco, you are always welcome back to your second home.