Pearls of Morocco – worth visiting: Casablanca, Agadir, Essueyra.

Morocco Mosque in Casablanca

Kasablanca (Casablanca)

Casablanca – the largest city and economic capital of Morocco. A business center with skyscrapers and the great Hassan II Mosque, which can accommodate 25,000 people in prayer at the same time. It is a city full of bank headquarters, representative offices of foreign concerns and more than half of Moroccan companies. The largest international airport in Morocco is named after Mohammed V. Its structure is the most modern monument of modern architecture.


Agadir – the pearl of modern tourism in Morocco. The resort is situated in a picturesque setting on the Atlantic coast in the Su Valley – protected from the heat of the desert by the high Atlas Mountains. In Agadir Beach it stretches for 10 kilometers. Covered with golden sand and surrounded by lots of green pines and eucalyptus trees, it is considered to be one of the most beautiful and hospitable of all Moroccan towns. Here you will find all kinds of activities that are grown in the East and seaside resorts: smoking a pipe, riding a camel, sea fishing, horse riding Arabian horses on the beach, playing golf and tennis, discos, nightclubs and a variety of regular festivals and pop music concerts. Shops and elegant boutiques along the coast and coves, bars with appetizing delicacies not only tempt with their offer, but also attract with interesting architecture.


Essueyra – in the old days – a city of pirates, located 170 km north of Agadir. The charming, enchanting city with its beautiful Moorish-style streets and houses attracts poets, artists, scientists and who have turned the city into the center of modern Moroccan art.