- Morocco All inclusive holidays
Every country has its unique elements, but Morocco has a little more than most; with its distinctive city skylines, cuisine and mix of European, Asian and African cultures. It has a strong maritime heritage too, and while you are now as likely to see huge cruise liners sailing into port as you are fishing vessels, seafood is still a major component in the local diet. Fresh grilled fish is a local delicacy, and one that you should not miss if it is available under your all-inclusive holiday to Morocco.
The Mediterranean gateway at Tangier
One of the best loved destinations in Morocco is Tangier, and this again has a character all of its own. Whereas the other ports are found mainly on the Atlantic Ocean coastline, Tangier is right on the Strait of Gibraltar, and this puts it at the threshold between the Atlantic and the Mediterranean Sea. It's also developing rapidly at present, with many more facilities aimed specifically at tourists, and a new airport terminal to help serve the overseas tourism market too. This makes it even easier to take an all-inclusive package holiday in Tangier.
In the Atlas in Morocco
Atlas was the mythological figure given the task of holding the heavens on his shoulders, and as you look to the skies above the Atlas Mountains in Morocco, it's easy to see why they were given the same name. While the full range extends through Morocco and neighbouring Algeria and Tunisia, it reaches its highest peak in the south-west of Morocco, where the mighty Jebel Toubkal stretches some 4,167 metres into the sky. A further source for the name 'Atlas' may be the local Berber population, whose word for 'mountain' is 'adrar' or 'adras'.
What do all-inclusive Morocco breaks offer?
Like the gigantic cruise ships that sail into Morocco's Atlantic ports, cheap all-inclusive holidays to Morocco cover everything you need to enjoy your entire break, from your accommodation to your food and drink. This often gives holidaymakers more flexibility when it comes to mealtimes and the amount you can order. If you want more freedom over your itinerary, that's fine too - think of your package holiday as a starting point, and then add on whatever excursions and activities you're interested in. Different hotels and resorts might bundle some of those activities into your ticket price as standard, so check the full details when you place your booking.
Why choose an all-inclusive holiday to Morocco?
When you head to Morocco for a holiday you expect plenty of sunshine, cultural highlights and lots of time to relax. With all-inclusive holidays in Morocco, you can really tick all those boxes. Without having to worry about your dining options, you can experience a stress-free break in the golden North African sun. Sample local delights in the comfort of your hotel and dine in style without the hassle of making reservations or finding a suitable place to eat.