- 7-day trip to Morocco from the Costa del Sol
- Visit Fez, Meknes, Marrakech, Casablanca, Rabat and Tangier
- See Fez's Medina, Marrakesh’s Djena El Fna Square and Tangier’s Royal Palace
- Take a city tour of Casablanca and see the Hassan II Mosque and Mohamed V square
- Shop in bustling souks
- Enjoy a ferry ride across the Strait of Gibraltar
- 6 nights of accommodation in three-star or four-star hotels included
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What You Can Expect
Please see the Itinerary section below for details on each day of the tour.
Day 1: Costa del Sol to Fez (D)
After boarding your comfortable coach, head for the Strait of Gibraltar, which you’ll cross by ferry. Arrive in Fez, the spiritual and cultural center of Morocco, and renowned for the splendor and beauty of such monuments as the Royal Palace and Medina. You’ll be taken to your hotel to enjoy dinner and an overnight stay.
Accommodation: Menzeh Zalagh or Sofia (three-star), Royal Mirage or Parc Palace (four-star) in Fez
Day 2: Fez (B, D)
After breakfast at your hotel, take a city tour of Fez, the most ancient of Morocco’s imperial cities. Take in the Royal Palace, the Christian and Jewish quarters, and the winding alleyways of the Medina (Old City). Spend the afternoon at your leisure. In the evening dinner and accommodation at hotel - dinner and show (optional, own expense).
Accommodation: same hotel in Fez
Day 3: Fez - Meknes - Marrakech (B, D)
After breakfast, take a comfortable coach ride to Meknes, en route to Marrakech. In Meknes, enjoy a short panoramic tour, taking in the famous Mansour Gate, palaces, mosques, gardens and lakes of this ancient walled city. Then, traveling via Beni Mellal, relax on a scenic drive to Marrakech, for dinner at your accommodation.
Accommodation: Atlas Asni/Golden Tulip (three-star) or Atlas Medina/Royal Mirage (four-star) in Marrakech
Day 4: Marrakech (B, D)
After breakfast at your hotel, explore the city of Marrakech, overlooked by the snow-capped High Atlas Mountains. This dramatic southern city is home to fortune tellers and snake tamers, towers, tombs and garden oases. Your Marrakesh tour includes the city’s famous sights, including the Koutoubia Tower, the royal Saadian Tombs, Bahia Palace and bustling Djena El Fna square, where acrobats tumble, tea-sellers wander and dancers perform. Spend the afternoon at your leisure, and in the evening dinner and accommodation at hotel. Optional dinner with show at “Fantasia Chez Ali”.
Accommodation: same hotel in Marrakech
Day 5: Marrakech - Casablanca - Rabat (B, D)
Following breakfast, prepare to visit Casablanca, Morocco’s business capital and the city forever linked with the names Bogart and Bergman. A short panoramic tour highlights the city’s Hasan II Mosque with its soaring minaret, the old Medina, central Mohamed V square and beguiling French-influenced architecture. Then enjoy a comfortable drive to Rabat, for dinner and your night’s accommodation.
Accommodation: Chellah (three-star) or Golden Tulip or Rabat (four-star) in Rabat
Day 6: Rabat - Tangier (B, D)
Follow breakfast with a city tour of Rabat, surrounded by beautiful beaches, and blending Islamic and European influences. On the city tour you’ll see such famous monuments as the Mohamed V Mausoleum and Hassan Tower. Then travel via Larache to Tangier by coach. Take a short panoramic tour of Tangier’s palm-fringed beaches, mosques and shopping souks, before enjoying dinner and accommodation at your hotel.
Accommodation: Atlas Almohades (three-star) or Solazur or Rif (four-star) in Tangier
Day 7: Tangier - Costa del Sol (B)
After breakfast, spend some free time in Tangier before transferring to the ferry port to cross the Strait of Gibraltar to Spain and the Costa del Sol, where your seven-day tour of Morocco ends.
Good tour but tour guide did not elaborate on any topics, ask if we had questions. Casablanca explanations weren't given at all on what to do during free time. He had a set speech but it felt like he didn't want to explain more than a guide book.
Good tour with good cities to see. Nice tour guide. He spoke more Spanish than English and we didn't get the same explanations. He never asked us if we had questions, he never even walked the bus to say good morning, he never even sat to have a coffee and casual conversation.
Not sure why this tour started in Malaga, would have made more sense to fly directly to Morocco, as this then involved a 3 hour bus drive just to collect the various people from different locations, before arriving at the boat. when booking was only given one location, Malaga, was not informed that could be picked up from other locations. at time of booking was also not informed that this was mainly a spanish speaking trip, although english was provided and guides on the tour also for english. overall trip was good, paid extra for upgrade, unfortunately only the hotel in Marrakech could be classed as 5 star, in other hotels the buffet dinner was gone if you did not arrive soon enough, the plates were not replenished. good balance of organised trip and free time.
Stephen United Kingdom
BUS: First let me say, the tour guide on the bus was excellent and he spoke Spanish and English very well. Therein lies part of the problem with this tour, it was advertised as English speaking yet more than half of the time Spanish was spoken and when the guide finished speaking Spanish all the Spanish travellers would start conversing with each other and the English talk was subsumed it a cacophony of noise. Whole days were spent sitting in a bus and very little time was available for visiting..
HOTELS: Generally very good although perhaps not Five Star by European standards, comfortable nonetheless, to frequently not central enough locations to walk into town.
OVERALL: Happy to have been to Morocco, wouldn't want to spend a whole day 7:00 to 19:00 travelling from Costa del Sol to Fez in a bus ever again. Would appreciate the ability to actually visit more sites in less places e.g. driving for hours to get to Casablanca to be shown one of the worlds biggest mosques and not be allowed to enter it. Why go all the way to Casablanca?
Pre booking information could have been better. Do not see why we had to phone Spain from England to find out where and what time we would be collected, this could surely have been emailed to us, as the first phone call i was informed to phone the next day when someone would know what to do! Should have been informed mainly spanish speaking company, but english guides were provided. Majority of hotels did not warrant the upgrade we paid, only the one in Marrakech could be classed as 5 star. Coach leaked, one day when the rain was very heavy, seats soaked and unable to use some of them.