What awaits you in Morocco

Great for adventurous family holidays
Explore lively Arabic markets and souks
Relax in shaded riads and peaceful saunas
Stay in a palm grove on the outskirts of Marrakech
See spectacular desert landscapes

Marrakech La Palmeraie

In the heart of an ancient palm grove lies Marrakech La Palmeraie, the ideal destination for an all-inclusive holiday in Morocco. Whether you prefer the adrenaline of the tennis court or the thrill of the golf course, you’ll never be at a loss for something fun to do.


Yasmina Club Med lies on the Strait of Gibraltar, next to the glorious blue of the Mediterranean Sea. A dream setting for your all-inclusive holiday with family or friends, Yasmina provides the perfect opportunity to devote your time to your favourite sport, or just to chill out by the overflow pool.

Morocco Highlights

Discover the diverse and spectacular culture of North Africa when you visit our majestic, family-friendly Morocco destinations. Our all inclusive Morocco holidays are completely hassle-free and are perfect for the whole family, all year round. From beach holidays in Marrakech, to sports holidays in Agadir, our resorts in have it all. Get yourself ready for the sunshine!

Discover a remarkable culture

With its vibrant mix of Arabic, European and African influences, Morocco is full of amazing experiences. Whether you’re exploring the vibrant souks of Marrakech or riding a camel through the desert with your kids, this dreamy destination is great for adventurous city breaks and family-friendly holidays.

Fascinating experiences

Discover a symphony of colours and tastes in the labyrinthine alleyways of the Essaouira Medina, with shops filled with spices, ceramics and silks. Introduce your little ones to scrumptious Moroccan snacks flavoured with saffron, cumin and cinnamon on a family holiday of discovery. Or, for a moment of tranquillity, retreat into the gentle heat of a traditional Moroccan sauna.

Jaw-dropping landscapes

Morocco is blessed with deserts, waterfalls and beaches. To the north, enjoy family holidays by the beach overlooking the deep blue waters of the Strait of Gibraltar. To the east, explore towering sand dunes as far as the eye can see. To the west get lost in scenic riads, mountain bike through a palm grove or take up archery for an all-inclusive holiday full of adventure.

Facts about Morocco

Direct Flying Time: 3 hours
Airport: Marrakesh Menara Airport
Currency: Moroccan Dirham
Best months to visit: Mar-May & Sep-Oct
Well Known for: Berber, Arabian, European rich Culture influences
Languages: Arabic and French

Morocco Weather

Monthly weather averages in Morocco

Morocco’s weather is as varied as its landscapes, from the breezy coastline along the Strait of Gibraltar to the arid dunes of the Sahara Desert. Temperatures can reach as high as 45°C in summer and as low as 6°C in winter.

For beach holidays in Morocco, the best time to travel is between July and September to make the most of the Mediterranean sunshine.
For exploring Marrakech, the best time to travel to Morocco is between March and May or September and November, when temperatures are relatively cool with average highs of 23°C to 33°C.

Discover Morocco

Explore the Sahara on camel-back, trek up rocky mountain ranges, or simply sit back and absorb the sights and sounds of this vibrant culture

Morocco is where dreams are made; explore a symphony of colours and tastes, sand dunes as far as the eye can see, and a labyrinth of alleyways in the Medina.

A stay in Morocco with many different faces

Club Med is proud to offer you three different types of all-inclusive stay in Morocco. Enjoy the coastal landscapes of Club Med Yasmina resort or further to the south, the Atlantic coastine of Club Med Agadir resort. Or if you're looking for more of a city experience, discover Club Med Marrakech la Palmeraie, near the heat and beat of Marrakech

Discover the very best of Morocco's natural surroundings

Continue your all-inclusive stay in Morocco by the Gibraltar Strait, the length of its shoreline dotted with coves, cliffs and sandy beaches. Just a few kilometres from Agadir and the Club Med resort, squeeze into your itinerary a surfing day at Taghazout Beach. Make a stop at the Dades wadi, where the gorges make the perfect backdrop for exceptional hiking.

Experience all-inclusive by Club Med..

..and experience the Moroccan way of life

During your stay in Morocco, let yourself be guided in the souks by shops filled with spices, mint tea and pastries. Let yourself be intoxicated by the fragrances of saffron, cumin and cinnamon; spices that season the fish dishes that are just as much a part of the gastronomic scene in Morocco as are the traditional couscous and tajines. For a moment of tranquillity, discover the gentle heat of Moroccan saunas, a key feature of local tradition

Things to do in Morocco

Family holidays in morocco

Activities for you to experience with your loved ones

Spend a family holiday in Morocco

Rocked by the sounds of the waves or charmed by the hustle and bustle of the souks, a family stay in Morocco is an adventure where worlds meet. Choose between lounging around or a true getaway adventure!

Discover a remarkable culture

Whether strolling around the souks, discovering the desert or experiencing the rich Bedouin culture, your family stay in Morocco will be steeped in history. From either Club Med Agadir resort or Club Med Marrakech resort, set out to explore the Essaouira Medina; a UNESCO World Heritage site of European and Arabic influences. Or why not head towards the former Berber palace of Kasbah de Taourirt?

Your family holiday in Morocco..

..magical moments guaranteed

Your family holiday in Morocco will be the perfect opportunity to share special moments with your kids. Enjoy the beautiful Moroccan beaches and relax by the calm waters. Water parks are also on the programme; visit Oasiria Water Park and enjoy the 20 attractions on offer! Further to the east, set out as a family for an excursion to Merguza, a small Saharan village renowned for being home to the highest sand dunes in Morocco. Or why not share some giggles with the Marrakesh Laughter Festival, hosted by Jamel Debbouze?

Jemaa el-Fna Square

Whether it's night or day, something is always happening in the Jemaa el-Fna square. During your holidays at the Club Med Marrakech La Palmeraie resort, set off in search of street vendors and admire the dancers. Children will be fascinated by the snake charmers and the mesmerising storytellers. All the magic of the Orient is there for you!

Blue Valley

Take a refreshing break during your family holiday in Morocco. Between the city centre and the beach, this animal park covers an impressive 2.5 acres and hosts rare birds and mammals such as Barbary macaques. Freshen up by the waterfall; linger in the alleys and inhale the scent of the magnolias, the banana trees and laurel roses and make the most of the serenity of this place. A second entrance, which is easier to access, can be found on the Rue Hassan II.

Ouzoud Waterfalls

150 km from Marrakesh, the beauty of the Ouzoud waterfalls is certainly deserving of its recognition. With their 110 m heights, these marvels of nature are an amazing view not to be missed. During a family holiday in Morocco, you can let yourself be gently rocked to sleep by the constant stream, take a dip or try a local dish with your feet in the water, or even admire the rainbow which is always arching over the waterfalls. For the curious amongst you, the rhesus macaques are the ones to keep your eyes on in the Monkey Forest.

The Caves of Hercules

No need to complete 12 tasks to discover the caves where Hercules is said to have taken a break! 14 km from Tanger, this natural cave is a peaceful haven for during your family holiday in Morocco. Venture deep and discover the different caverns, truly walking in Hercules’ footsteps. Different openings give many different views over the ocean. The most famous is in the shape of an upside-down Africa. Fall in love with this special place, suspended between myth and reality

Agadir Big Wheel

Enjoy a fantastic view over the ocean from on board the Agadir Big Wheel! The first of its kind in Morocco, it rises to 50 metres high. On board one of its 27 gondolas, admire the scenery which unfolds around you and breathe in the good sea air with the wind in your hair. With 6 people in the capsule, you can complete five to six circuits during a 12-minute session.


Team the weird and wonderful up with discovery at the Agadir Crocoparc. At the gates of the city, Morocco's first crocodile park has set up in a dynamic union of preservation and education around this species. Discover how these strange creatures live, with all their habits (good and bad!) as well as the wonderful botanical gardens that surround it. Live a truly unique experience, with the Atlas behind you and a gorgeous, lingering scent of jasmine in the air…

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