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    Ifrane: an alpine village in Morocco

    The first time we arrived in Ifrane, it was on a whim. We had gone to Fez for a long weekend with the kids and were visiting a cheese factory in Immouzer, a town between Fez and Ifrane. A quick search told me that we weren’t too far away so why not go? When we …

  • Before you go to Dakhla : what you need to know

    Dakhla has a temperate climate year-round, so you won’t experience the extreme heat you’ll encounter in other parts of the Sahara. One thing to keep in mind, however, is that it can be very windy. If you have young children, this may not be the best choice for a beach vacation, but if you have …

  • The Best Riads in Marrakech

    Where to sleep in Marrakech? To stay in the heart of the red city, put your bags down in one of the hotels or typical riads. Whether luxurious palaces or traditional residences, these exceptional places offer rooftops, gardens and pools. Here are the most beautiful hotels and riads in Marrakech. Marrakech is one of the …

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    Buying a Riad in Marrakech: everything you need to know

    Living in the medina of Marrakech is a unique experience that is increasingly sought after. The search for the perfect riad can be complicated without the help of a real estate professional. Why buy a renovated riad in the medina of Marrakech? Buying a riad can be scary, especially when major renovation work is involved. …

  • Imlil valley – An Oasis Out Of The Desert

    Imlil valley, home of the Berber people, is a place of great history and culture. The valley has been inhabited for over 5,000 years and it is an extraordinary place of cliffs and oases, and it is one of the most famous tourist sites in Morocco. Imlil is a municipality in the Province of Al …

  • Imsouane : a surfing paradise in morocco

    Imsouane is fast becoming one of the surfing world’s favourite destinations. It’s a great place to visit in winter, its beautifully authentic landscapes and two versatile surf spots make it a great surf trip destination. With perfect surf conditions, Imsouane has one of the longest spots in the world and is a favourite with beginner …

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    Morocco in christmas: what do you need to know

    Do Moroccans celebrate Christmas? Although Morocco is a Muslim country, Moroccans do celebrate Christmas. Of course, not all Moroccans celebrate Christmas, but the number is increasing, especially in cities. From the beginning of the third quarter of the year, as the temperature drops, the shops are decked out with various Christmas decorations and gifts. In …

  • Moroccan teapot: symbol of a tradition

    The Moroccan teapot is a type of teapot that is used to brew and serve Moroccan tea. It is typically made from brass or copper, and often has ornate designs engraved or etched into its surface. The teapot is often used in ceremonial tea ceremonies, and is often given as a gift. Moroccan teapots are …

  • Moroccan ceramics – an ancestral art

    Moroccan pottery and ceramics are used to make decorative items, tableware, and cooking utensils. Traditional pottery is made by hand and is often decorated with geometric patterns and Arabic calligraphy. Tiles are a popular form of Moroccan pottery. They are used to decorate walls and floors, and are often used to make mosaics. Moroccan ceramics …