About MARRAKECH HOLIDAYS
The imperial city of Marrakech has been through many reinventions since it was founded in 1062, however it has never strayed far from its roots of being a significant and important trading post in North Africa. With its maze of covered market stalls, streets lined with snake charmers and roads filled with donkey carts, Marrakech will always provide you with something to see, do or buy. The silverware and textile stalls are some of the best of the world. With fabulous and exotic gardens and vibrant neighbourhoods, Marrakech is best known for Djemaa El Fna Square, the largest souk in Morocco and one of the busiest squares in Africa. There is much more to explore however, from the ornate tombs and towering minarets, to the large palaces and ramparts.
When To Go
Morocco’s Climate tends to see more rain than its neighbours despite it being so close to the Sahara Sands, the further South of Morocco the hotter and drier the weather becomes. Its coastline is located on the borders of the Mediterranean and Atlantic so during December and January the Southern Desert becomes a lot colder at night, November to March provides plenty of rain for the coast. The best time to visit Morocco is during the summer season when rainfall is minimal and Mountain temperatures remain cool.