Destination Pages - City view in Morocco


As the gateway from Europe to Africa – with a wealth of legendary cities, Saharan dunes, snow-capped mountains, Mediterranean sun, sea, unspoiled beaches, and ancient history - Morocco is a dream destination for travelers in search of an unforgettable, all-year-round adventure.

Morocco: A myriad of enchanting experiences

Magical Morocco delivers a uniquely multi-faceted assortment of delights. The authentic experiences on offer include something to suit every taste: soak up the sights and sounds of the atmospheric medinas, feast like a local on a spicy Moroccan mezze, barter for bargains in the sultry souks, and camel trek across the desert dunes. Or, for a real get-away-from-it-all escape, head for Morocco’s spectacular coastline – the perfect place to relax and reconnect, enjoying the sun and the salt sea air on a choice of idyllic – and largely undiscovered - beaches... 


Casablanca is a thriving port city fronting the Atlantic Ocean. Its intriguing past - combining traditional Arab culture with French colonial influences – is evident in the downtown Mauresque architecture, a blend of Moorish style and European art deco. The city has a thriving art and restaurant scene – and a variety of unique attractions for visitors. Marvel at the enormous, glass-floored Hassan II Mosque – a 210m minaret topped with lasers directed toward Mecca. Soak up the unique atmosphere of the old Cathédrale de Sacré Coeur and the cool stone alleyways. Discover little gems – like the tiny Abderrahman Slaoui Museum. 

The brilliantly located Radisson Blu Hotel, Casablanca City Center, offers a stylish base in the buzzing Art Deco area - handy for the Old Medina and other major attractions. After an action-packed day, guests can unwind in the indoor pool, spa, or modern fitness center. 

The hotel is an easy 45-minute train ride from Casablanca Mohammed V International Airport. 


A former imperial city in western Morocco – mesmerizing Marrakech simply fizzes with energy, offering a gloriously chaotic jumble of enchantments: colorful souks, stunning Moorish architecture, intimate gardens, and stylish hotels. Discover its wealth of beautiful mosques and palaces like the Bahia. Haggle for local goods in the labyrinthine Souk Semmarine. Explore the snaking alleyways of the historic Medina, soak up the scented air in the Jardin Majorelle, and feast under the stars in the throbbing circus of Djemaa El-Fna square... 

Set in the city’s vibrant Gueliz quarter, the stylish modern Radisson Blu Hotel, Marrakech Carre Eden offers a soothing retreat from the hubbub of the town just 10 minutes away from the historic district. The perfect place to relax after an all-action day, the hotel’s facilities include a spa, fitness center, and an aquarium swimming pool, surrounded by a spacious patio. 

The main Menara International Airport is just a 20-minute drive from the hotel. A

Agadir/Taghazout Bay 

Located just south of the Atlas Mountains, Agadir is a bustling Moroccan city with elegant, palm tree-lined avenues and a flourishing port. Lose track of time sitting in a street café sipping fragrant mint tea as you soak up the warmth of the Mediterranean sun. Or delve into Agadir’s colorful history by exploring the Kasbah’s atmospheric ruins. Adventurous spirits should head north of the city to the eco-friendly village of Taghazout Bay, a magnet for artists, writers, and musicians - and one of Morocco’s most legendary surf haunts. 

Experience the exhilaration of riding the rolling Atlantic waves. Learn how to surf from scratch – or brush up your expert hang-ten skills. The stylish Radisson Blu Resort, Taghazout Bay Surf Village – in an idyllic spot overlooking the ocean - has an acclaimed surf academy with expert instructors. Other facilities include a beach volleyball court, an impressive pool, kids club, gym, and spa facilities. 

Radisson Blu Resort, Taghazout Bay Surf Village is located in the heart of Taghazout Bay, 20km north of Agadir and 44km away from Agadir-Al Massira Airport. 


Discover the unspoiled beauty of a little-known stretch of coast on the beguiling shores of the Alboran Sea, set in northeast Morocco. Unwind in the delightful village of Saïdia - dubbed the “Blue Pearl” in honor of its super-clear blue waters. Saïdia’s sweeping expanse of golden sands is one of the longest beaches in the country. The Radisson Blu Resort, Sadia Beach, has a stunning setting right on the beach, next to the Med-Saïdia Marina and Golf Course. A perfect spot to chill out, it offers a wide range of facilities, including swimming pools, pool bars, indulgent spa treatments, restaurants, and a Kids Club. Plus, an exciting selection of golf packages. 

With its stunning views, the Radisson Blu Resort Saidia Garden offers golf lovers a memorable day at the acclaimed Golf Saïdia or a splashy, fun-filled day out at the nearby waterpark. The Radisson Blu Resort, Saidia Beach, is located between Golf Saidia and the Marina, around 60 kilometers from Oujda Angads Airport. 

Al Hoceima 

Fall in love with the low-key delights of Al Hoceima, a charming seaside resort with colorful fishing boats - and a history rich in Spanish and Moorish influences. Explore the well-preserved old Riffian city with its picturesque white and blue houses; savor the unique atmosphere at the ancient ruins of Al Mazamma - the old port of the medieval town - founded by the Banu Salish of the Emirate of Nekor in the 9th century. 

Then relax and unwind at the secluded Radisson Blu Resort, Al Hoceima, with its exceptional beachfront setting on one of North East Morocco’s most picturesque bays. Explore the beauty of nature in the surrounding 64 acres of forest – or just sit back and enjoy the authentic local Rif hospitality. 

The resort is located on the Sfiha beachfront, just 7 kilometers from Al Hoceima city center and 10 kilometers from Cherif Al Idrissi Airport. 

The Radisson Blu Resort is located in the heart of Taghazout Bay, 20km north of Agadir and 44km away from Agadir-Al Massira Airport. 

When to Go 

Morocco’s warming Mediterranean sunshine makes it a year-round destination. In winter, the weather is pleasantly mild, while in summer, the beaches bask in temperatures around the mid-20°Cs. The best time to surf in Taghazout is from mid-September to mid-April.


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