Featuring sea, mountain and desert, Morocco is certainly a special place on earth.
For a unique experience, spend a magical evening under the stars. Here, you can walk on the softest sand and take a camel ride over the dunes while the sun sets.
La Mamounia, Marrakech
Even if you don't stay here, you can still pop in for a visit. Wander through the pristine gardens and take in the rich character of one of the most famous hotels in the city.
Majorelle Gardens, Marrakech
Despite Marrakech being a bustling hive of activity, smack bang in the middle you will find the tranquil Majorelle Gardens. The vibrant art deco building was once owned by Yves Saint Laurent.
Chouara Tannery, Fez
Although the heavy scent isn't for the faint hearted, it's eye-opening to see the locals at work, preparing the leather and working it into enormous vats of dyes and liquids.
Also known as the ‘Blue City’, Chefchaouen is perched high in the Rif Mountains. with unrivalled views into the horizon, you can wander the cobbled streets forever.