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Morocco, Dakhla beach
Dakhla is an iconic kite beach in the Western Sahara - de facto the south of Morocco. It's not as comfortable as similar Sotavento beach in the Canary, but it has much more wild freedom. This is also the place where Exupery made his legendary flights. / read more » /
Rating: 8.3 (145 votes)

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Morocco, Legzira beach, arch
Legzira is a beach in the south of Morocco famous with five arches of rocks. Only the first two arches are widely known, while it is hard to reach three other ones. It is a good place make photos and to watch the sunset. As for a pure beach holiday, there are much better places in Morocco. / read more » /
Rating: 7.9 (334 votes)
Morocco, Moulay Bousselham beach, kayak
Moulay Bousselham is an excellent beach on the Atlantic coast of Morocco. High dunes coming close to the sea are beautiful and give a protection from the Sahara wind. There are usually no many people - except for the summer time, when many Moroccans go to the sea. We may also note pretty old town, as well as a sandbank in the estuary, where you can swim without waves and ocean currents. / read more » /
Rating: 7.8 (61 votes)
Morocco, Oualidia beach
Oualidia is a unique beach to the north-west of Marrakech in Morocco. De-facto it is a lagoon protected from the ocean by high rocks. Thus there is no problem of strong waves common for the most of the Atlantic beaches. In summer there is a lot of people, however it is always possible to find a secluded place somewhere in the sandbar. / read more » /
Rating: 7.7 (62 votes)
Morocco, Agadir beach, wet sand
Agadir is a primary beach resort area on the Atlantic coast of Morocco. While the town is not very interesting, the beach itself is good and comfortable by the standards of the north-western Africa. As for the disadvantages the coastline is too wide and densely packed with hotels. / read more » /
Rating: 7.6 (100 votes)
Morocco, Bouznika beach
Bouznika is a cozy beach resort between Casablanca and Rabat. The east of the bay is rocky with beautiful Sahara-style buildings, while the western part has a great sandy beach with low-rise villas. In a walking distance there is also Dahomey beach featuring many buildings suffering from sand erosion. / read more » /
Rating: 7.5 (133 votes)
Morocco, Tangier beach
Tangier is a major port in the north of Morocco. The city beach is very good, but the water near the port is not quite clean. For a more secluded holiday it is best to choose western beaches - Achakar and Sidi Kacem. / read more » /
Rating: 7.4 (75 votes)
Morocco, Essaouira beach
Essaouira is a surfer beach in Morocco. Despite the beautiful scenery and convenient entry into the water, this is not a place for swimming and sunbathing. Strong wind makes it very uncomfortable to stay at the beach. / read more » /
Rating: 7.3 (81 votes)
Morocco, El Jadida beach
El Jadida is an old town to the south of Casablanca in Morocco. The beach itself is rather mediocre. The only notable attraction is Portuguese fort included in the UNESCO World Heritage List. / read more » /
Rating: 7.3 (56 votes)
Morocco, Rabat beach, Old Town
Rabat is a beach in the historic center of the capital of Morocco. It's very good for the city beach, but too crowded when the weather is fine. However, just a bit to the north there is a larger beach of Sale Ville, which is not so populer among locals. / read more » /
Rating: 7.3 (184 votes)
Morocco, Saidia beach
Saidia is the easternmost beach in Morocco. It is located in the Mediterranean Sea just near the Algerian border. Overall, the beach is good, but during the high season there are too many tourists. Many coastal dunes are covered by grass, - very similar to the Gulf of Mexico (USA). / read more » /
Rating: 7.3 (43 votes)
Morocco, Casablanca beach
Casablanca is the largest city in Morocco. Despite its romantic name, the beaches are bad. Coastal areas suitable for swimming are available only in the southern (Ain Diab beach) and in the northern suburbs, but anyway looks depressive. / read more » /
Rating: 7.2 (225 votes)
Morocco, Skhirat beach
Skhirat is a beach located 10 miles to the south of Rabat in Morocco. The coast is partially protected by a reef from the open ocean, so there are no strong waves. On the other hand there is also open beach with a good wave, which is popular among surfers. / read more » /
Rating: 7.2 (72 votes)
Morocco, Plage Blanche
Plage Blanche (White beach) is located in the south of Morocco. It's a 40 km desert coast near the town of Guelmim. The most popular attraction is a 4WD safari - similiar the eastern coast of the Australian Fraser island. / read more » /
Rating: 7.1 (141 votes)
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[2017-12-09] Rhys

I highly recommend travel to Morocco by your own car. Ferry from Spain is not expensive (the best is Algeciras to Tangier), border clearance is easy (no need to pay helper), roads are goood, traffic is not busy and parking is cheap or even free.

It is good to travel both towns as well as secluded areas. Seaside, mountains, desert and even Roman ruins (Volubilis) - everything is great!

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