Most popular Villas in Morocco
Highlights in Morocco
- Dramatic and changing landscape
- Exotic flavours
- Fantastic gems from the past
- A blend of African and European cultures
- Astonishing villages
Most popular amenities for Villas in Morocco
Villas in Morocco
The allure of North Africa combined with scattered palm trees is an incredible setting for your next dream holiday. Morocco is a country of arts and culture, beaches, water sports, relaxation and change of scenery guaranteed! In some cities of Morocco, such as Asilah or Chefchaouen, you can find fantastic villas with traditional Moroccan architecture. Although most of them sit in Marrakech and the surrounding area, you can also find excellent villas with all sorts of details in Rabat and Agadir. Other cities not to miss are those of Casablanca, Tangier, Meknes, Fez, Essaouira and Merzouga. So a good option is to take a tour and rent a villa as a base for your trips. To do so, we recommend Marrakesh or Tetouan. Morocco offers the traveller a wide array of villas close to the markets, landmarks and main sites of interest.Luxury villas with Moroccan style
Magnificent villas with traditional Moroccan architecture and decorations such as mosaics make of this destination a unique setting. Spacious rooms, offering the amenities you need, including large gardens and swimming pools, so they are perfect during the summer months, especially in July and August. In addition, if you are thinking of travelling by car, you should know that almost everyone has their own parking, so you can have your car protected during your stay. Would you like to enjoy other luxuries like a jacuzzi or sauna? Add it to your search and find the perfect villa for you, your family and your friends. Perfect for those who are organizing a couples getaway, Morocco offers the magic and romantic essence of the desert. What are you waiting for? Book your villa now!
Travellers and activities
Morocco offers nature lovers and active tourism enthusiasts the chance to explore unique landscapes of unrivalled beauty and enjoy very exciting experiences. The landscape changes from one place to the other from cities to villages, desert and untouched areas. Morocco has large, sparsely populated rural areas that remain virtually untouched, the most prominent being those of the Atlas and Anti Atlas mountain ranges, the great south, the Rif and the Sahara. Spaces where you can go hiking, go by 4x4 routes and stay overnight and camp in the middle of the desert.Morocco for food lovers
Enjoying the incredible cuisine and delicious dishes is quite simple as soon as you step on Moroccan soil. This country is full of spicy smells that will invade your senses in every corner and that will invite you to indulge on a Mediterranean-inspired cuisine with Arab influences. Dishes such as couscous, Tahin, harira or pastry are just some of the delights you can try in restaurants such as Dar Mimoun in Marrakech or Café Hafa in Tangier. Wash it down with a traditional peppermint tea and let your taste buds raise with every bite and sip you take!
Did you know the Hassan II Mosque is the tallest religious building in the world?
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The rich architecture of the country is full of charm and very varied. Either the north or the south will offer astonishing architectural treasures along the meandering alleys of the medinas, the patios of a riad or the minarets and madrassas flanking a mosque. The Hassan II Mosque in Casablanca is an impressive building you have to see. Fez, Meknes and Rabat are also home to decorated doors, fortified walls, ksars and Kasbahs that invite you to discover the myriad marvels of fortified villages, close to an oasis waiting for you to explore them.2. Medinas in Morocco, a unique atmosphere
Any medina is the heart of a Moroccan city. We invite you to explore the hidden gems lurking behind the walls of UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Visit the souqs and funduqs in Marrakech with merchants trading in their artisan goods or meander the Fez Medina, full of craftsmen and little alleys waiting to be discovered. Travel back in time in Tetouan, Essaouira and Rabat wandering around these old neighborhoods with a fascinating charm that will draw you in.3. Live the Moroccan dolce vita
Experience the atmosphere of Casablanca, a modern city with great services and lots of entertainment. Attend cultural events with international artists performing at concerts and festivals including the well known Jazzablanca Festival, Boulevard Tremplin or the Casablanca Festival. Good times and good vibes in a vibrant city where trendy music will get you carried away. It is also a slice of heaven for shopping lovers where the options go from the traditional souq to the luxury boutique in cutting-edge shopping centres like the huge Morocco Mall. Let the allure of the city embrace your senses and enjoy your days in Casablanca.4. Discover treasures of the past
Fez, the imperial city is like an open-air museum with a wealth of treasures like its medina, where architectural masterpieces dot the maze of narrow alleyways. Marvel at the Arabic-Andalusian design at the Bab Boujloud Gate and the minaret of the Qarawiyyin mosque. Enjoy some quiet time savouring the tasty cuisine and if you plan it in advance, go to the Culinary Arts Festival and Jazz in Riads. The past in this modern but timeless city is never forgotten. Enjoy it!5. Enjoy the Moroccan nightlife
Experience a night out to make your trip a memorable one. Morocco offers great nightlife in most of the major cities, packed with cafés and clubs to enjoy good music, conversation and fun. Feeling lucky? Red City, Tangier and Mazagan have the best casinos for games of chance. A multicultural night including fine food, dancing and singing is a one-of-a-kind experience, bringing you Arabic-Andalusian or Berber folk traditions. A kingdom of celebrations prepared to welcome party goers and travellers looking for good entertainment.6. Chefchaouen, the striking city
Chefchaouen is a city in the Rif Mountains and widely known for its blue-washed facades in the old town. The cobbled steep alleys are lined with artisans, leather and weaving shops and the main square houses the red-walled fortress Place Outa el Hammam and close to it, the Great Mosque. Spend a day and immerse yourself into the essence of a traditional Moroccan way of life.7. Tangier, a city straddling two worlds
In Tangier, the past and the present blend in converging diverse influences. Spanish-Moorish architecture, a fantastic Kasbah, the Plaza de Toros, Cervantes Theatre or the famous Café Haha where the Rolling Stones enjoyed a mint tea. But many artists have been inspired by Tangier’s charm including Tenessee Williams or Matisse. The musical heritage is still alive celebrating events and festivals throughout the year. Enjoy some jazz at the annual jazz festival or the sounds of different continents at the Mediterranean Nights event.