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  • Asilah Arts Festival 2010

    Each year the Asilah Arts Festival is hosted during the month of August, however, the 2010 edition of this historical event was hosted from the 10th to the 15th of July. It has become a ...

  • The Assilah Arts Festival Gets Wired

    This year's Assilah Festival is one of the first ever arts festival to be fully wired with an iPhone and Android app and regularly updated content. It might not be the most widely known of ...

  • Grand History of Tin Mal

    Located on the Tizi-n-Test Pass, around mid-way between Marrakech and Taroudant, the historical site of Tin Mal provides insight into a fascinating aspect of Morocco’s history – that of the ...

  • Morocco Lures Hollywood

    There is nothing more captivating than the endless rolling dunes of the deserts of Morocco with caravans of camels slowly moving across the ancient sand. The color displays as the sun moves ...

  • Surfing at Immesouane

    Located in close proximity to the city of Essaouira and the bustling destination of Agadir is a quiet and peaceful village that is one of Morocco’s best kept secrets. In the surfing ...

  • Historical Attraction of the Merenid Tombs

    The Merenid Dynasty of Morocco came into power in 1248 by defeating the Almohad Dynasty in the city of Marrakech. Rabat was declared the new capital city of Morocco, and architectural ...

  • Mohammed VI Football Academy

    Sala al Jadida is located near the city of Rabat and is now the official home of the Mohammed VI Football Academy. The king recently inaugurated this project, which will open its doors to ...

  • Taliouine Village

    Taliouine is located in Morocco’s Souss Region, and there are hundreds of visitors to this unique village each year. It is a picturesque destination that offers tourists breathtaking ...

  • Agdal Gardens in Marrakech

    Within the bustling city of Marrakech there are a few areas where visitors can find tranquility and beauty. But it is rare to find a location that is as historic as it is breathtaking as the ...

  • El Badi Palace in Marrakech

    Sadly, as with so many historical buildings, the El Badi Palace in Marrakech has not survived over the years. Its ruins are a cruel reminder of the destruction of war, and while walking ...