Ryanair is offering cheap flights from Prague, Czech Republic to Marrakech, Morocco from only €32 return!
Morocco is one of the most diverse countries in Africa, with high mountains, sweeping Sahara desert and rugged coastline. This fabulous destination will definitely amaze you with its magical cities and unspoiled nature.
South Atlantic Coast
The ancient sea side town of Essaouira, called the “Wind City of Africa” still retains its character of a fishing port. With its fortified walls, narrow alleyways and the smell of fish guts mixed with aromas of spices in the old medina, the city is considered to be one of the most authentic in Morocco.
Agadir is best-known for its beaches. In this modern city the sun shines for more than 300 days a year which makes the city the most popular seaside region in the country. From Agadir you can drive to the north beaches in Auorir and Tamraght or head south to Legzira beach, near Sidi Ifni. Morocco's best-known natural wonder boasted two impressive rock archways, formed by thousands of years of erosion. But now there is only one left. Unfortunately, on 23rd of September 2016 the second iconic arches collapsed, washed by Atlantic waves. A massive pile of red rubble now sits where the famous rock structure used to stand. The larger arch still remains standing further along the beach.
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Riad Haj Thami is located at just 15 minutes walk from the buzz of the city centre and features rooms with ensuite bathroom and a shared kitchen.
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