Top Moroccan cities

A list of greater Moroccan cities


The city of Agadir today is a modern city that lies to the south of the Atlas Mountains, with wide avenues, blooming gardens, superb hotels, first grade airport and a magnificent port. Other than this the first attraction for the tourists are the splendid beaches lined with lively resorts.

Al Hoceima

Al-Hoceima is one of the largest seaside cities in Northern Morocco. Al-Hoceima is best known for its magnificent Mediterranean beaches (Quemado, Sfiha, Calabonita, Tara Youssef, Cala Iris, Matadero, Imoud, Izdi, Sswani, Spalmadiro, Boussekkour, etcetera).


Casablanca, Morocco


Chefchaouen, also known as the blue diamond! Built on a mountainside, Chefchaouen (or Chaouen) is a city with a special vibe. Its unique charm gives an impression of unreality. With its blue-rinsed houses, the whole city seems to be bathed in azure blue. You walk around as if you were in a dream.


Essaouira, Morocco


Fez is one of the popular imperial cities in Morocco and the second-largest city after Casablanca. Fez was a former capital, cultural and economic hub in Morocco


Ifrane is one of the most touristic places in the country. It is called “the Switzerland of Morocco” and it is known for its lower temperatures, distinctive architecture, various landscapes, lakes and streams, and varied outdoor pursuits.


Marrakech is one of the largest cities in Morocco and it is known as the Red City. It has about 900,000 inhabitants and most of the houses are colored red.


This Northern Moroccan city has a fascinating story and an impressive heritage. The Almoravids founded the city in the 11th century, first a military city, then the capital of the Kingdom under the reign of Alaouite Moulay Ismail


When you think of Morocco, you naturally also think of the Sahara. This vast desert is located in the south of Morocco. One of the gates to these deserts is the city of Merzouga.


Nador is a Mediterranean city located in the northeast of Morocco. In this city, you will find magnificent beaches bordering azure water and great places to relax! You can also go to many local restaurants to enjoy the local food.


Rabat is the administrative capital of Morocco. It is also the capital of the Rabat-Salé-Kénitra region. The city is located on the Atlantic Ocean at the mouth of the river Bou Regreg and opposite the city of Salé


Tangier, Morocco


Tetouan, called the white dove, is a city in northern Morocco, of Amazigh (Berber) origin, which in this language means "water fountains", due to their high number in the city. It is located on the side of Djébel Dersa, on the Haouz plain, 70 kilometers from Tangier and 40 from Ceuta.