Top Places To Visit In Morocco

Oct 25, 2022

It is hard to single out the top places to visit in Morocco as there are so many to choose from. When choosing a destination, women are often drawn to Morocco which is full of warmth, colour and  charm. It is one of the most exotic countries on earth with its unique landscape stretching from the shoreline of the Atlantic Ocean to the peaks of the Atlas Mountains into the dunes of the Sahara. It is a blend of cultures, languages and cuisine.

Women travelling with The Adventurous Ewe will visit most of the places placed in the top 10. Let’s start the experience.




Situated on the Atlantic coast, a beautiful coastal town, well known for kite surfing and its seafood. It was popular in the 1960s and frequented by the likes of Jimmy Hendricks and Bob Marley.




Fes was Morocco’s capital for over 400 years. The old walled part of the city, founded in the 9 th Century, was recognized by UNESCO for its architecture and

historical importance related to the Marinid rule. Talking about history, there is a clockhouse, Dar al-Magana, a 14 th century building which holds a weight

powered water clock. The medina of Fes is notoriously difficult to navigate and you will need a guide.



It is vibrant, historical and totally surprising. Embrace the chaos in the souks and don’t forget to bargain! Explore the palaces and beautiful elegant gardens like

the Majorelle Gardens.

Ait Ben Haddou


Ait-Ben-Haddou is a beautiful, fortified village in the southeast of the country and has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1987. The small town was built around 1,000 years ago and was an important point along the caravan route back then. Due to its unique architecture and incredibly magical ambience,

Ait-Ben-Haddou has served as a movie set for many well-known films, including that maddening final season of Game of Thrones!



Gateway to Erg Chebbi, a huge expanse of the most magnificent sand dunes up to 300m high, changing colour from oranges to pinks. Camel trains create

romantic silhouettes at sunset and sunrise. Experience a luxury desert camp where you can gaze at a million stars at night.




A small town, known as the Blue Pearl of Morocco, with powder blue washed buildings attracting painters and photographers alike.


Atlas Mountains


Staying in the small traditional village of Imlil in the heart of the high Atlas Mountains. This is a popular area for hikes where many visitors pick up mules from

here and guides lead them into the mountains.




Stop off and see the magnificently preserved Roman ruins. A UNESCO World Heritage Site with dazzling mosaics.




From one extreme to the other. Unexpectedly a Solar Power complex in Ouarzazate. It is the world’s largest concentrated solar power plant.




Atlantic port city where the most famous Hassan II Mosque is situated. It has a 210m minaret topped with lasers directed towards Mecca.


Now that you know the top places to visit in Morocco. Get out of your comfort zone and join a small group of women travelling together to experience a new destination, something unlike we have never seen. It promises to be a unique experience and stories we will be telling our families and friends for years to come.