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Morocco, a passport to lifelong memories

Book flights to Morocco to find a country with a remarkable story to tell.

For generations, it has attracted all manner of writers, poets, traders, musicians and adventurers – and now the place known as the ‘farthest land of the setting sun’ is ready to welcome you too.

A melting pot of historical influences, it’s a proudly North African nation but at the same time has historic ties to Europe.

The street cafes and markets of its great cities – Marrakech and Casablanca – buzz with vim and vigour, as signposts to their colonial past sit alongside the treasures of old Muslim civilisations.

Bounded to the west by the Atlantic Ocean and the sands of the mighty Sahara Desert to the east, Morocco is home to natural wonders such as the Atlas Mountains and man-made delights including the Menara Botanical Gardens.

Begin your exploration of all this and more with a flight to Morocco with Etihad Airways.

What's the weather like in Morocco?

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Morocco generally enjoys a moderate, subtropical climate, with temperatures typically warmer further inland. Temperatures reach the mid-30°Cs during the summer months of June to September.

The winter months of November through to February bring typically cooler temperatures and a slight increase in rainfall. Snow tops the peaks of the Atlas Mountains in winter. The figures shown are for Casablanca – there may be regional variations.

Flying to Morocco with Etihad

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Casablanca (CMN)

Gazing out on the sweeping expanse of the Atlantic Ocean, Casablanca is the most popular airport if you’re booking flight tickets to Morocco and is the commercial centre of the country. Its beaches and partially-walled Old Medina are a sight to behold, as is the Hassan II Mosque – one of the country’s most familiar landmarks.

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rabat historic buildings

Rabat (RBA)

Morocco’s capital combines old and new to glorious effect, with modern shopping malls and restaurants rubbing shoulders with landmarks of the past, such as the Chellah, a medieval necropolis. Lush parks and green spaces such as the Bouknadel Exotic Gardens abound in a city proud of its environmentally-friendly credentials.

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agadir harbor

Agadir (AGA)

Morocco’s main coastal resort, Agadir is blessed with an Atlantic seafront that stretches out for miles. But there is more to this place than the blue of the ocean and the warmth of the sands, with the stalls of the El Had Bazaar providing an unforgettable experience as it twists and turns through the local streets.

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Reasons to visit Morocco

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Explore Casablanca's treasures

The largest mosque in Africa – with space for more than 100,000 worshippers – the Hassan II Mosque was built to celebrate the former monarch’s 60th birthday. Its intricate decorative features showcase the finest Moroccan craftsmanship, while the near 700-foot (213 metres) tall minaret is Casablanca’s major landmark.

Head to the twisting lanes of the Old Medina and then make a beeline for Rick’s Cafe Casablanca. Movie fans will love this recreation of the venue from Hollywood classic Casablanca. A restaurant, bar and cafe, you can almost imagine Humphrey Bogart and Ingrid Bergman standing by the piano.

the andalusian gardens in the kasbah of the udayas in rabat in morocco

Kasbah of the Udayas

This citadel stands on the site occupied by the original fortified settlement – or ribat – that gave the capital its name. The oldest quarter of Rabat, the kasbah stands on the banks of the Bou Regreg River and is home to historic streets lined with pretty, whitewashed houses.

Take in the ocean views while wandering the beach, explore the Andalusian Gardens and spend some time in the charming shops and cafes.

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Relax on Agadir Beach

Morocco’s premier coastal resort, a huge earthquake in 1960 meant Agadir had to be almost completely rebuilt, but this popular destination has not lost its appeal.

The heartbeat of the city is its beach, where you can relax on golden sands and cool off in beautifully clear waters. For the more energetic, there are plenty of opportunities to enjoy watersports, while the city also boasts an attractive marina. Nearby is the walled town of Taroudannt, which is also well worth exploring.

Things to know before you fly to Morocco

globe Languages spoken

Arabic and Amazigh – also known as Berber – are Morocco’s two official languages, while most locals also speak French. Spanish is also widely used.

currency Local currency

The dirham (MAD) is the currency of Morocco. It is a closed currency, so can only be exchanged from within Morocco. Credit cards are accepted at some of the larger hotels and resorts.

bus Getting around

Morocco has an extensive rail and bus network that covers much of the nation. Taxis and buses operate within cities, while Casablanca and Rabat are also served by trams.

socket Plugs

Morocco uses two types of plug – type C and type E. You may need an adaptor, but it’s also worth checking if you need a voltage converter – Morocco has 220V supply voltage and 50Hz.

Flying to Morocco: FAQs

How long should I spend in Morocco?

Morocco is a large country, but two weeks should still give you enough time to visit a good number of its best destinations such as Casablanca, Fez, Marrakech and Essaouira, with excursions to landmarks like the Todra Gorge. Alternatively, enjoy a relaxing stay in one of the country’s sun-kissed coastal resorts such as Agadir.

Where should I fly to in Morocco?

Casablanca’s Mohammed V International Airport is the main gateway for flights to Morocco and is situated around 20 miles (32 kilometres) from the city. Other airports serve key destinations such as Rabat and Agadir.

When are the public holidays in Morocco?

Morocco is a predominantly Muslim nation and observes Islamic festivals throughout the year. There are also several national holidays to commemorate the country’s independence.

Why we love Morocco

“A visit to Morocco is always something to look forward to. Its beaches really are pretty as a picture - and it’s incredible to think that the Atlantic Ocean and the Sahara Desert can be so close together. The cities have so much atmosphere – they’re electric.”

Book the lowest airfare deals on flights to Morocco from AUD 1885

Melbourne (MEL) to Casablanca (CMN)

Departure 1 Dec 2020,
Return 16 Feb 2021
from AUD1885*

Sydney (SYD) to Casablanca (CMN)

Departure 16 Dec 2020,
Return 22 Jan 2021
from AUD2781*
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