Embark on a captivating 14-day summer tour through the enchanting landscapes and vibrant cities of Morocco. Designed for travelers seeking to escape the heat of the desert, this journey focuses on Morocco’s coastal and cooler regions, making it ideal for those visiting in July and August. Experience a perfect blend of cultural immersion, historical exploration, and scenic beauty without the scorching desert temperatures.

Starting in the bustling metropolis of Casablanca, you’ll explore the city’s modern and historical highlights, including the majestic Hassan II Mosque overlooking the Atlantic Ocean. From there, travel to the artistic coastal town of Assilah, known for its vibrant murals and serene beaches. Wander through the blue-washed streets of Chefchaouen, the “Blue Pearl” of Morocco, offering a unique and picturesque setting.

Your journey continues to the imperial cities of Fes and Marrakech, where you’ll delve into rich histories and vibrant cultures. Explore ancient medinas, visit stunning palaces, and stroll through lush gardens. In Fes, you’ll uncover the secrets of Moroccan craftsmanship, while Marrakech will mesmerize you with its lively souks and bustling Djemaa el-Fna square.

This tour also includes a two-day stay in Agadir, a perfect retreat for those who love to swim and relax by the beach. Agadir’s golden sands and refreshing Atlantic waters provide an ideal spot for sunbathing, swimming, and enjoying various water sports. Stroll along the scenic promenade, explore the vibrant souks, and savor fresh seafood at beachfront restaurants.

Your journey culminates in the coastal town of Essaouira, a UNESCO World Heritage site with its charming medina and expansive beaches. Enjoy the relaxed pace of life, explore historic fortifications, and soak up the artistic atmosphere of this seaside gem.

Designed for those who prefer milder temperatures and coastal breezes, this 14-day summer tour highlights the best of Morocco’s coastal cities and historical gems. Whether you’re walking through ancient medinas, relaxing on golden beaches, or enjoying the vibrant nightlife, this tour offers something for everyone. Join us for an extraordinary summer journey through Morocco’s most captivating destinations, skipping the desert and embracing the coastal charm.

Similar Tours: (for other seasons except the summer)

  • Marvel at the stunning Hassan II Mosque in Casablanca.
  • Stroll along the vibrant Corniche Ain Diab waterfront.
  • Discover the artistic murals in the medina of Assilah.
  • Explore the historic and cultural depths of Tangier.
  • Wander through the blue-washed streets of Chefchaouen.
  • Visit the ancient Roman ruins of Volubilis.
  • Experience the vibrant souks and medina of Fes.
  • Relax on the pristine beaches of Essaouira.
  • Enjoy the fresh seafood and lively port of Essaouira.
  • Immerse yourself in the atmosphere of Djemaa el-Fna square.

Day 1 :arrival to Casablanca


Your 14-day summer tour through Morocco begins with your arrival in Casablanca, where your tour guide will greet you at the airport. You’ll then be transferred to your hotel to check in and freshen up. Depending on your arrival time, you may get the chance to explore some of Casablanca’s key attractions.

If time permits, start with a visit to the impressive Hassan II Mosque, which stretches dramatically over the Atlantic Ocean. This iconic mosque, known for its towering minaret, boasts a retractable roof and heated floors, and its interior is adorned with intricate marble and woodwork. Non-Muslim visitors are welcome, providing a rare opportunity to experience the beauty of Islamic architecture firsthand.

Next, head to the Corniche Ain Diab, Casablanca’s bustling waterfront district. Enjoy a stroll along the palm-lined promenade, where you can savor the ocean views and perhaps stop at a seaside café for a refreshing drink. The Corniche is a lively area filled with restaurants and entertainment options.

Then, explore the New Medina, also known as the Habous Quarter. This district is a blend of traditional Moroccan and French colonial styles, with arched doorways and bustling souks. Discover shops selling exquisite pottery, textiles, and other handicrafts, and sample some delicious Moroccan pastries from local bakeries.

After a day of exploration, return to your hotel for a restful night. This marks the beginning of your exciting 14-day Morocco summer tour, with many more adventures to come.

Day 2 : Casablanca to Tangier via Assilah

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Your journey continues from Casablanca to the charming town of Assilah, known for its rich history and artistic vibe. Originally a Phoenician settlement, Assilah has been influenced by various cultures, including the Romans, Portuguese, and Spanish.

Begin your exploration with a stroll through the medina, where you’ll find murals created by artists from around the world. These colorful artworks adorn the walls, giving the town a vibrant, creative atmosphere. The medina’s narrow, winding streets are lined with whitewashed buildings, creating a serene backdrop.

Visit the ancient ramparts and fortifications that once protected the town. These historic structures offer panoramic views of the Atlantic Ocean and provide insight into Assilah’s strategic importance throughout history.

Relax on the serene beaches of Assilah, known for their golden sands and clear waters. The peaceful ambiance and stunning ocean views make it an ideal spot for a leisurely walk or a refreshing swim.

In the afternoon, continue your journey to Tangier, a city with a rich tapestry of cultural influences and historical significance.

Day 3 :Discovering Tangier

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On this day, dive into the vibrant and historic city of Tangier. Start your day at the Grand Socco, a bustling square where the old city meets the new. This lively area is filled with street vendors, performers, and cozy cafes, providing a perfect place to soak in the city’s dynamic atmosphere.

Next, visit the Kasbah Museum, housed in the ancient Dar el-Makhzen palace. The museum offers a fascinating look into Tangier’s history, featuring artifacts from various periods, including Phoenician, Roman, and Islamic eras. The palace itself is set within lush gardens and provides stunning views of the Strait of Gibraltar.

After the museum, head to Tangier’s beautiful beaches. Choose between the lively Plage Municipale, where you can join locals for a swim, or the more tranquil Achakkar Beach, perfect for relaxing and enjoying the Mediterranean waters.

Continue your exploration with a visit to the legendary Caves of Hercules. These caves, associated with the myth of Hercules, feature intriguing rock formations and the famous “Map of Africa” shape carved into the rock, adding to their mystical allure.

End your day at Cape Spartel, where the Atlantic Ocean meets the Mediterranean Sea. The panoramic views from the historic lighthouse are breathtaking, especially at sunset, providing a perfect end to your day.

In the evening, travel to Chefchaouen, the famous blue city, for an overnight stay in its charming surroundings.

Day 4 :Exploring Chefchaouen 


After breakfast, set out to explore the enchanting city of Chefchaouen, known for its blue-washed buildings. Begin your journey in the Blue Medina, a maze of narrow streets and alleys where every building is painted in shades of blue, creating a unique and captivating atmosphere.

Next, visit Plaza Uta el-Hammam, the central square of Chefchaouen. This bustling plaza is surrounded by cafes, restaurants, and boutiques. Enjoy a traditional Moroccan mint tea at a local café while watching the lively scenes of daily life.

Continue your exploration with a visit to the Kasbah Museum, located within the historic Kasbah. The museum offers insights into the town’s rich history and showcases traditional crafts and artifacts. Climb to the top of the Kasbah’s tower for a stunning panoramic view of the blue medina and its surroundings.

In the afternoon, take a leisurely stroll to Ras El-Ma, a serene spot known for its natural spring and small waterfalls. This tranquil area offers a peaceful retreat from the hustle and bustle of the medina, with locals often gathering to socialize and do laundry.

For an unforgettable experience, hike to the Spanish Mosque, located on a hill overlooking Chefchaouen. This vantage point provides sweeping views of the city and is especially magical during sunset when the landscape is bathed in golden light.

After a day filled with discovery, return to your hotel in Chefchaouen for a restful night.

Day 5 :Chefchaouen to Fes via Volubilis and Meknes


After a delicious breakfast, set off towards Fes, making stops at the historical sites of Volubilis and Meknes. Volubilis, a UNESCO World Heritage site, features remarkably preserved Roman ruins, including intricate mosaics, grand temples, and monumental arches. This ancient city provides a fascinating glimpse into Morocco’s Roman past.

Continue your journey to Meknes, where you’ll visit the stunning Bab Mansour gate, known for its intricate zellij tilework and grandeur. Nearby, Place El Hedim is a lively square surrounded by traditional cafes, artisan shops, and bustling market stalls. Immerse yourself in the local culture, sampling Moroccan sweets and exploring the vibrant array of handicrafts.

Not far from Bab Mansour, discover the Heri es-Souani, the vast royal granaries and stables built by Sultan Moulay Ismail. This impressive site highlights the sultan’s architectural ambition with its massive vaulted chambers and extensive storage areas. The adjacent Mausoleum of Moulay Ismail, the final resting place of the powerful ruler, offers a serene space adorned with beautiful tiles and intricate woodwork.

Finally, as the day turns into evening, you’ll conclude your journey in Fes, where you’ll spend the night.

Day 6 :Unveiling Fes with a Local Guide

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Fes, the cultural and spiritual heart of Morocco, is filled with historical and architectural wonders. Start your day with a visit to the Merenid Tombs, perched on a hill overlooking the city. These 14th-century tombs offer breathtaking panoramic views of Fes and its sprawling medina.

Next, visit a Fes Ceramic/Poterie workshop, where skilled artisans create intricate ceramic pieces using traditional techniques. These workshops provide a fascinating insight into the craftsmanship that defines Moroccan ceramics.

Continue your exploration with a visit to the Royal Palace, Dar el Makhzen. While the palace itself is not open to the public, its majestic golden gates and intricate zellij tilework are stunning examples of traditional Moroccan architecture.

From there, make your way to Bab Bou Jeloud, the main gateway into the medina. This iconic blue and green tiled gate, also known as the Blue Gate, serves as a perfect entrance to the vibrant old city.

Enter Fes el-Bali, the oldest part of Fes and a UNESCO World Heritage site. This labyrinthine medina is a sensory overload with its bustling souks, narrow alleys, and historic buildings. Visit the Al-Qarawiyyin Mosque and University, founded in 859 AD, and the Bou Inania Madrasa, known for its elaborate tile work and carved plaster.

Afterwards, head to the famous Chouara Tannery. The tanneries are one of the most iconic sights in Fes, offering a vivid insight into traditional Moroccan leather-making processes. Observe the colorful dyeing vats from nearby terraces and witness the artisans at work.

Conclude your day with a leisurely stroll back through the medina, soaking in the vibrant atmosphere and rich history.

Day 7 :Fez to Casablanca via Rabat12_days_tour_from_Casablanca__Day_2_Rabat-.webp

After an early breakfast in Fes, set off towards Casablanca, making a stop in Rabat to explore its rich cultural heritage.

Begin your visit in Rabat with the Kasbah of the Udayas, an 11th-century fortress that offers a peaceful retreat from the city’s hustle and bustle. Walk through its narrow streets lined with blue and white houses and relax in the Andalusian Gardens, where you can enjoy the vibrant flowers and lush greenery.

Next, head to the Hassan Tower, an incomplete minaret that stands as a symbol of Rabat. This towering structure, started in 1195, was intended to be the largest minaret in the world. Despite its unfinished state, it remains impressive, surrounded by the ruins of what would have been the grand mosque.

Adjacent to the Hassan Tower is the Mausoleum of Mohammed V, a stunning example of modern Alaouite dynasty architecture. The mausoleum houses the tombs of King Mohammed V and his two sons, King Hassan II and Prince Abdallah, and features intricate marble work and a striking green-tiled roof.

Continue your journey with a visit to the Chellah, an ancient necropolis on the outskirts of Rabat. This historic site blends Roman and Islamic ruins, offering a fascinating glimpse into different eras of Moroccan history. Stroll through the overgrown ruins and admire the storks that nest atop the ancient walls.

Before leaving Rabat, take a relaxing walk along the Rabat Beach. Enjoy the fresh sea breeze and the picturesque setting, a popular spot for both locals and visitors to unwind after a day of sightseeing.

As evening approaches, continue your journey to Casablanca, where you will spend the night.

Day 8 :Casablanca to Marrakech


Begin your morning in Casablanca with a visit to the iconic Hassan II Mosque, known for its spectacular location on the Atlantic coast. The mosque’s striking minaret reaches 210 meters, making it the tallest in the world. Inside, you’ll find a stunning display of Moroccan craftsmanship with intricate mosaics and woodwork.

Next, explore the lively Corniche Ain Diab, a popular beachfront area in Casablanca. Take a walk along the promenade, enjoying the view of the ocean. This area is filled with restaurants and cafes, making it an ideal spot for a leisurely brunch.

Then, visit Mohammed V Square, a central hub in Casablanca surrounded by significant buildings, including the Wilaya (city hall) and the courthouse. The square is characterized by its beautiful central fountain and well-maintained gardens, perfect for a relaxed stroll.

Continue to the Habous Quarter, also known as the New Medina. This district combines traditional Moroccan architecture with French colonial elements. Wander through its bustling markets where you can find everything from handmade crafts to aromatic spices and traditional pastries.

Before departing Casablanca, enjoy a delicious lunch at one of the city’s renowned restaurants, sampling Moroccan dishes like tagine or couscous.

In the late afternoon, embark on a drive to Marrakech. As night falls, consider visiting the vibrant Djemaa el-Fna square, the heart of Marrakech’s old city. The square transforms in the evening with food stalls, street performers, and a bustling atmosphere that offers a thrilling introduction to Marrakech.

Day 9: Explore Marrakech with a local guide


Start your day in Marrakech with a hearty breakfast before meeting your local guide for a day of exploration. Begin at the Koutoubia Mosque, the largest mosque in Marrakech, known for its stunning minaret that towers over the city. While non-Muslims cannot enter the mosque, you can admire its impressive exterior and learn about its historical significance from your guide.

Next, visit the Bahia Palace, an exquisite example of Moroccan architecture. Built in the late 19th century, the palace features beautiful courtyards, intricate tilework, and lush gardens. Your guide will share stories about the palace’s history and the lives of those who once lived there.

From the Bahia Palace, venture into the bustling souks of Marrakech. These vibrant markets are a maze of narrow alleys filled with stalls selling spices, textiles, jewelry, and more. Your guide will help you navigate the souks and might introduce you to some local artisans, giving you an inside look at the city’s vibrant trade culture.

Take a break from the hustle and bustle with a visit to the serene Jardin Majorelle. This beautiful garden, designed by French painter Jacques Majorelle, is a peaceful oasis filled with exotic plants, fountains, and vibrant blue buildings. The garden also houses the Berber Museum, where you can learn more about Morocco’s indigenous culture.

In the afternoon, explore the Ben Youssef Madrasa, an Islamic college dating back to the 14th century. The madrasa is renowned for its exquisite architecture, including intricate tilework and carved wooden ceilings. As you wander through the courtyards and study rooms, your guide will provide insights into the educational and religious practices of the time.

Conclude your guided tour with a visit to the lively Djemaa el-Fna square. This bustling market square comes alive in the evening with street performers, food vendors, and musicians, offering a sensory overload of sights, sounds, and smells.

Day 10 :Marrakech to Agadir

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Start your day with a delicious breakfast in Marrakech before setting off on your journey to the coastal city of Agadir. The drive takes about three hours, offering scenic views of the changing landscapes as you leave the hustle and bustle of Marrakech behind and head towards the Atlantic coast.

Upon arrival in Agadir, begin your exploration with a visit to the Agadir Oufella Ruins, the remnants of an old Kasbah perched high on a hill. From this vantage point, you can enjoy panoramic views of the city and its beautiful coastline. The site offers a glimpse into the city’s history and the devastating earthquake of 1960 that shaped modern Agadir.

Next, head to Agadir’s famous beach, known for its golden sands and clear blue waters. The beach is a perfect spot for relaxation and water activities, such as swimming, surfing, or simply lounging under the sun. Take a leisurely walk along the promenade, lined with cafes, restaurants, and shops.

For lunch, enjoy some fresh seafood at one of the beachfront restaurants, savoring the flavors of the local cuisine. Agadir is renowned for its seafood dishes, and this is a great opportunity to sample the best of what the city has to offer.

In the afternoon, visit the Souk El Had, one of the largest markets in the region. Wander through the vibrant stalls, where you can find everything from traditional Moroccan crafts and textiles to spices and fresh produce. The souk provides a lively and colorful shopping experience, and it’s a great place to pick up souvenirs.

As the day draws to a close, head to your hotel in Agadir to check in and freshen up. In the evening, consider taking a stroll along the marina, where you can enjoy the lively atmosphere and perhaps indulge in a delicious dinner at one of the many restaurants overlooking the harbor.

Day 11 :Free day in Agadir

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Start your day with a leisurely breakfast at your hotel in Agadir, enjoying the relaxed coastal atmosphere. Today is a free day, allowing you to explore Agadir at your own pace or simply unwind and soak up the sun.

For those looking to relax, spend the morning on Agadir’s famous beach. With its golden sands and clear blue waters, the beach is perfect for swimming, sunbathing, and enjoying various water sports. The calm waves make it an ideal spot for a refreshing dip in the Atlantic Ocean.

If you’re in the mood for adventure, consider renting a surfboard or paddleboard from one of the local vendors. Agadir’s beach is renowned for its excellent surfing conditions, suitable for both beginners and experienced surfers. Alternatively, you might try jet skiing or taking a boat tour to explore the beautiful coastline from the water.

For lunch, head to one of the beachfront restaurants or cafes. Enjoy fresh seafood, Moroccan specialties, or international cuisine while taking in the stunning ocean views. The relaxed ambiance and delicious food make it a perfect spot to recharge.

In the afternoon, take a leisurely stroll along the scenic promenade, lined with palm trees and offering picturesque views of the Atlantic Ocean. Stop by one of the many ice cream parlors or cafes for a sweet treat or a refreshing drink.

If you’re interested in exploring more of Agadir’s culture and history, visit the Amazigh Heritage Museum. This small but fascinating museum showcases Berber art, jewelry, and artifacts, providing insight into the region’s indigenous culture and traditions.

For those who enjoy a bit of shopping, return to the Souk El Had. This bustling market is a treasure trove of Moroccan goods, from vibrant textiles and handcrafted pottery to aromatic spices and fresh produce. It’s a great place to find unique souvenirs and immerse yourself in the local culture.

Day 12 :Agadir to Essaouira

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Start your day with a traditional Moroccan breakfast in Agadir before setting off for the coastal town of Essaouira. The drive, which takes about three hours, offers picturesque views of the Moroccan countryside.

Upon arrival in Essaouira, begin your exploration with a visit to the Skala de la Ville, an ancient fortress that provides stunning views of the Atlantic Ocean and the bustling port. The ramparts, lined with old cannons, offer a great vantage point for photography and an appreciation of Essaouira’s strategic importance in history.

Next, head to the Medina of Essaouira, a UNESCO World Heritage site. This charming old town is a labyrinth of narrow streets, whitewashed buildings with blue shutters, and lively markets. Wander through the souks, where you can find an array of local crafts, from intricate woodwork to colorful textiles and jewelry. The medina’s relaxed atmosphere makes it a delight to explore.

For lunch, visit one of the many seafood restaurants near the harbor, where you can enjoy freshly caught fish and other local delicacies. The vibrant port area is bustling with activity and offers a fascinating glimpse into the daily lives of local fishermen.

In the afternoon, visit the Essaouira Citadel, a historic fort that once protected the city from pirate attacks. The fort’s impressive stone walls and towers provide a sense of the city’s rich history. Nearby, the Moulay Hassan Square is a lively spot where locals and tourists gather, surrounded by cafes and shops.

As the day draws to a close, take a leisurely walk along Essaouira’s expansive beach. The golden sands and gentle waves make it a popular spot for relaxation and water sports. The beach is also an excellent place to watch the sunset, with the sun dipping below the horizon, casting a warm glow over the Atlantic.

Day 13: Free morning in Essaouira, drive to Casablanca

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Begin your morning in Essaouira with a leisurely breakfast at your hotel or a cozy local café, savoring freshly baked pastries and traditional Moroccan mint tea. Enjoy the tranquil ambiance of this coastal town as you plan your activities for the morning.

Use your free time to delve deeper into the medina. Meander through its narrow, winding streets where you’ll encounter charming shops, inviting cafes, and local bakeries. The unhurried pace and warm, friendly atmosphere make this the ideal time to find unique souvenirs, from colorful textiles to handcrafted jewelry.

If relaxation is on your mind, head to the beach. With its gentle waves and soft sands, Essaouira’s beach is perfect for unwinding. Whether you prefer a peaceful walk along the shoreline, a dip in the Atlantic, or lounging with a good book, the beach offers a serene retreat.

For history and culture enthusiasts, a visit to the Museum of Essaouira should be on your list. Located in a restored building, the museum displays artifacts that narrate the city’s storied past, including traditional garments, musical instruments, and ancient pottery. It’s an enriching experience that highlights the rich heritage of Essaouira.

By midday, enjoy a leisurely lunch at a seafood restaurant by the harbor. Savor dishes like grilled fish and shellfish, freshly caught and expertly prepared. Complement your meal with a glass of mint tea or a refreshing local juice.

After lunch, prepare for your journey back to Casablanca. The five-hour drive provides another chance to appreciate the scenic Moroccan landscape, passing through picturesque villages and rolling hills.

Arrive in Casablanca in the late afternoon or early evening. Check into your accommodation and take some time to unwind and refresh after the journey.

Day 14 :End of 14 Days Morocco Summer Tour

As your 14-day Moroccan adventure comes to an end, it’s time to bid farewell. Though it’s always bittersweet to conclude a tour, the memories and experiences shared will last a lifetime. Over the past two weeks, bonds have been formed, stories exchanged, and new friendships made.

The final day’s schedule depends on your flight details. Your driver will pick you up from the hotel and ensure a smooth transfer to the airport. Depart Morocco with a heart full of stories and memories from your incredible journey.

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