All inclusive holidays to Marrakech

Street entertainers, lively markets and world–class dining

Fancy an All inclusive holiday to Marrakech? Your flights, hotel and meal costs are covered – so you can explore one of the greatest cities on earth, worry–free...

Why you should visit Marrakech

On an All inclusive holiday to Marrakech, your big costs are sorted. Once that's the dealt with, the spice–filled souks, chic nightlife and world–famous squares are all yours. Here are our top 5 things not to be missed…

  1. Acrobatics in Jemaa el–Fna

    Lively entertainment doesn't even begin to describe the goings on in Jemaa el–Fna at night. All sorts of entertainment from snake charmers to acrobats and drummers kick in around sundown, entertaining the crowds. What's more, sizzling food stalls spring up out of nowhere, handing out steaming bowls of spicy tagine and cous cous. There's the odd bit of street theatre, too.

  2. Bartering at the Grand Souk

    Just off Jemaa el Fna you'll find this massive, winding market where the air is thick with energetic bartering. Bring out your inner Del Boy, and you could pick up a bargain on anything from an exotic woven carpet to brightly–coloured spices.

  3. Dancing on Boulevard Mohammed VI

    There's an air of exclusivity to Marrakech's clubs and bars – it's all minimalist deacute;cor, egg chairs and elaborate cocktails. Up until around midnight, most revellers are slinging a cocktail or 2 on Boulevard Mohammed VI. Then, it's time for the big clubs to take the reins, pumping out techno, trance and house until the sun comes up.

  4. Hike in Ourika Valley

    Strike out from the city and see some real desert scenery at Ourika Valley. It's 30 minutes' drive from Marrakech and chock–full of pretty waterfalls and sun–burnt gorges. Wildlife–lovers can find all sorts here, like geckos and falcons. The little Berber villages strewn about the place have great cafés and restaurants for a snack stop.

  5. Eat barbecued fish at Agadir's port

    For the best seafood around, take a trip to coastal Agadir. It's a 2–and–a–half hour drive through the Moroccan countryside to get there, but it's worth it for the long, sandy beach. The seafood here goes from net to plate at lightning–fast speed – it's one of the biggest fishing ports around. And, at the beachfront eating spots, you can usually get it barbecued up in front of you.

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