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Enjoy an exotic escape with a last minute deal to Morocco
Snap up a last minute deal to Morocco today and be enchanted by bustling marketplaces lined with spices and relaxed seaside retreats.
Marrakech is a destination which truly ticks all the boxes. An ideal base for luxury holidays, the beating heart of the city is Jemaa el-Fna - a grand square in Marrakech's old quarter. By day it is a thriving marketplace selling food, juice and crafts, but it comes alive at night with snake charmers and musicians drawing in both locals and tourists alike.
The Menara Gardens in the West of the city offer a blissful change of pace from the hustle and bustle of the city. Olive groves and orchards stand out against the stunning backdrop of the Atlas mountains. The gardens, created in 1130, are best known for the stunning symmetrical pool and pavilion - an ideal place for a leisurely stroll to enjoy
Marrakech may have captured the imagination of millions of travellers, but one man who fell deeply in love with the red city was designer Yves Saint-Laurent. His ashes are scattered in the Majorelle Garden, which he owned from 1980 until his death in 2008. An assault on the senses, the botanical garden boasts a collection of cacti like no other. And while it may have been created in a desert, the gardens' lily pond and other aquatic plants show off the city's watery side too. All the things you will be able to enjoy with a last minute deal to Morocco.
Essaouira on the Atlantic Coast is known both for its fortified walls and the fishermen who line their painted boats along the shore. The port town is also popular among lovers of water sports, with a number of surf spots popping up along the enchanting coastline. It also has some of the best fresh fish and seafood restaurants you will enjoy during a trip with last minute deals to Morocco - many offering diners unparalleled views across the sea.
Islamic and French influences in Rabat
Not to be missed in the country's capital, Rabat, is the Kasbah des Oudaias. The Unesco World Heritage Site is a small fortress with a fascinating history of housing everyone from Muslim refugees fleeing from Spain to the country's most famed sultans. Enjoy a cup of Moroccan tea and soak up the atmosphere.
Last minute deals to Morocco will give you the opportunity to discover a fascinating blend of people, cultures and architecture. Our exclusive offers will mean you get the best possible deals for luxury holidays to this gem of north Africa.