The colorful fishing boats bobbing on water, stately shore-side fort walls, twisty lanes of the old town make Essaouira a delight to discover.
Hikers, trekkers, and general nature lovers shouldn't miss a journey into the raw landscapes of Morocco's Dades Valley with the snow-capped peaks.
It's a fairy-tale place, and unsurprisingly the orange-hued turrets and curvy lanes inside have become a favorite film location for Hollywood.
This site is also full of tumbled columns and temple remnants, standing as reminders that even the greatest empires eventually crumble.
Morocco's eastern Sahara region, are the grand and rippling sand dunes of the Erg Chebbi, where would-be explorers and adventure-seekers head.
In the beautiful Rif Mountains, Chefchaouen is a gorgeous labyrinth of blue-on-blue buildings that has an incredibly photogenic glow.
Tangier has a fascinating and slightly debauched role in 20th-century literary history, and this past is what draws many tourists here.
Fes is Morocco's other big cultural destination. Fes el Bali (old city) is an authentic muddle of a place, where it's easy to get lost.
This is a peaceful and perfectly place. Inside the walls of this old fortress, the lanes of neat white-and-blue houses rimmed by colorful flowerpots.
Casablanca's major point of interest and landmark building, the Hassan II Mosque is a lavish symbol not only of the city, but also of Morocco itself.
The bustling and vibrant buzz of Marrakesh medina, hang out with the stall vendors, traditional musicians, snake charmers, and random acrobats.