This fascinating country is a merging of the African and Arab worlds and is steeped in age-old customs. It’s no wonder Morocco has been feted by artists and writers for decades and continues to enchant all who visit.
Hotel Temple des Arts
The unique design of this museum is inspired by Hollywood cinema. The inside is decorated with movie props and contains various items that highlight the history of filmmaking in Morocco, such as cameras and projectors.
Location:Av. Mohamed V, Ouarzazate 45000
This is a popular place for horse riding and quad biking. Riders of all levels are welcome, and there’s no need to have any prior experience. You will be able to enjoy lovely views of the surrounding countryside while riding.
Location:Avenue le Prince Moulay Abdellah, Ouarzazate, Meknès-Tafilalet 45000
It looked very basic from the outside and the menu is not different from any other place. However, the inside is small and cozy and clean were greeted friendly and ordered Tajines and Couscous.
Location:Avenue Moulay Rachid, Ouarzazate 45000, Morocco
It is a great place to have lunch or an evening break. There are palm trees everywhere, water streams, and mountains. You can relax and chill under the trees or walk around the oasis to see a glimpse of the wandering Mountain-Berber lifestyle in Morocco.
Location:Oasis de fint, Tarmigte 45000, Morocco
Morocco has long been a favorite location for many international movie producers. The interesting thing about Ouarzazate is being a home for two film studios Atlas Studios, and CLA Studios where many international movies were produced.
Location:Km 5, road of Marrakech, BP 28, Ouarzazate 45000
In a town not renowned for its dining scene, this French-run restaurant is a glorious exception. Owner Brahim Amdiaz is also an active subscriber to the slow food quality ethic.
Location:13 Bouelard Moulay Abdellah | Quartier El Qods, Ouarzazate 45000, Morocco
Breakfast at the Hotel
Since its creation in 2004, CLA Studios has been the home of many well-known projects for both cinema and television.
Location:N10, Ouarzazate 45000
This amazing Kasbah was once home to the El Glaoui family, a wealthy Moroccan family. Back in the time, Telouet was located in a strategic location, a busy passage of merchant caravans, and the proximity of salt mines which contributed to the excessive wealth of its owners, El Glaoui family.
Location:P1516, Ouarzazate 45000
With a pleasant Terrace overlooking the Taourirt kasbah and the lake and its decoration, in warm colors, allying tradition and modernity, Douyria proposes true Moroccan gastronomy with its tagines. its pastillas Chichen, pigeon, seafood, its stuffed breast, and the other specialties of Morocco.
Location:Avenue Mohamed V | Taourirt, Ouarzazate 45000, Morocco
It is a UNESCO World Heritage site and one of the most well-preserved Kasbahs in Morocco. This picturesque place was used to film many other international movies such as Gladiator, Lawrence of Arabia, and many more.
Location:Ksar Aït Ben Haddou Commune rurale Aït Zineb Province Ouarzazate Maroc
The road was constructed by the French in 1936 and incorporates more than 100 switchback turns. Although the ascent can be hair-raising, the view from the summit is a breathtaking panorama of Atlas peaks and rolling foothills studded with distant villages.
Location:Tizi n’Tichka, Tizi N’Tichka, Morocco
Hôtel & Ryads Barrière Le Naoura
It’s best to visit this stunning place during the summer, as snow can make a lot of activities impossible during the winter. This is one of the best places in Marrakech for outdoor enthusiasts!
Bahia means brilliance, and that’s certainly applicable to this late 19th-century palace. It’s another place where you can easily escape the hustle and bustle of the city, swapping buzzing streets and vibrant souks for tranquil courtyards and wide-open airy rooms.
Location:Palais de la Bahia Rue Riad Zitoun el Jdid, Marrakesh 40000, Marocco
If you’re after a glimpse of the Marrakchi glitterati, book in for the lunch buffet or Sunday brunch at La Mamounia’s poolside Pavilion restaurant. Here the city’s great and good sit sipping glasses of gris (Moroccan rosé) and fanning themselves beneath parasols while other folks frolic in the pool.
Location:Avenue Bad Jdid 40040Marrakech-Medina, Marocco