Shades of Tangerine & Blue

Treasures of Northern Morocco

Northern Morocco

Duration: 7 nights

Price: From $1,200 per person in low season based on two adults travelling together and including accommodation on a bed and breakfast basis, private transfers and taxes

If the bustling medinas, contrasting landscapes and cloudless skies don’t quite captivate you, northern Morocco’s blue-washed buildings, exquisite cuisine and amazing people are sure to. Discover medieval towns, experience unique cultures, including those of the Berber communities, and haggle for spices and textiles in the souks on an unforgettable week exploring Morocco’s enchanting north.
Perfect forTravellers returning to Morocco to explore the lesser-discovered gems of the north.
In the knowChefchaouen is known as the ‘Blue Pearl of Morocco’, due to its beautiful blue-washed buildings – the picturesque streets here are a photographer’s dream.

Best for

  • History & Heritage
  • Cultural Immersion
  • Repeat
  • Short Break

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2 nights TANGIER

After flying into Tangier, you’ll have time to explore this bustling port town and Europe’s gateway to Africa. Roam the winding alleyways of the medieval medina, browse the souks for ceramic pots and traditional wares and dive into the city’s thriving café culture. For swimming and sunbathing, Plage de Sidi Kacem is the most beautiful stretch of golden sand, just a short drive from the centre of Tangier.

Your boutique hotel, La Tangerina, is in Tangier’s Kasbah, with a lovely roof terrace offering panoramas of the Strait of Gibraltar and the city’s old Medina.
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Travel on to the medieval town of Chefchaouen, a striking vision of blue buildings, perched in the Rif Mountains in the north-west of Morocco. The old town is dotted with shady, cobbled squares, where visitors and locals alike gather at buzzy cafes that spill out into the streets. It is here you will discover the Kasbah Fortress, with its charming gardens and views across the medina below.

Here you’ll stay at Riad Cherifa, an authentic base from which to experience Berber culture and the city’s bygone heritage, including traditional architecture and craftsmanship.
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3 nightsFES

Morocco’s foodie capital, Fes is also home many architectural and historical delights including Medersa el-Attarine, a beautiful 700-year-old temple-like building once used for religious teaching and other educational purposes. The sprawling souks are also unmissable, and best explored with a local guide, who will bring the atmospheric narrow market streets to life and ensure you have a fun and immersive shopping trip. Afterwards, treat yourself to a candlelit meal at the stunning La Maison Bleue, where you’ll be presented with a feast of traditional Moroccan food, accompanied by the harmonious sounds of local musicians – an authentic experience that you won’t forget.

Your hotel here will be Riad Laaroussa – a beautiful boutique hotel set in a restored palace which is an ideal serene retreat after a frenetic day in Fes.
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