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Culinary tours to Morocco

Discover the culinary highlights of Morocco with feast

Culinary Morocco

Morocco, situated at the crossroads of Africa and Europe, is a land of enchanting landscapes and vibrant cultural tapestry. Spanning over 710,850 square kilometers and home to approximately 37 million people, Morocco dazzles visitors with its diverse terrain, from the majestic Atlas Mountains to the golden sands of the Sahara Desert.

Food occupies a central role in Moroccan culture, serving as a pillar of tradition and community. Each region boasts its own culinary heritage, offering a tantalizing journey through the country's gastronomic wonders.

From the savory tagines of Marrakech to the aromatic couscous of Fes, Moroccan cuisine reflects a fusion of flavors from Berber, Arab, and Mediterranean influences.

Couscous, the iconic Moroccan dish made from steamed semolina, embodies the heartiness and warmth of Moroccan hospitality, often accompanied by a rich array of vegetables, meats, and spices.

Mint tea, with its refreshing flavor and ceremonial preparation, symbolizes the generosity and warmth of Moroccan welcome, shared among friends and strangers alike.

Pastilla, a delicate pastry filled with savory meat and spices, exemplifies the culinary craftsmanship and attention to detail that define Moroccan cuisine.

Harira, a comforting soup made with lentils, tomatoes, and chickpeas, signifies the nourishing spirit of Moroccan home cooking, often enjoyed during Ramadan and special occasions.

Street food stalls, bustling with activity and aromatic delights, offer a feast for the senses, where travelers can immerse themselves in the bustling energy and flavors of Moroccan street cuisine.

With its emphasis on hospitality, community, and celebration through food, Morocco beckons all who visit to savor its culinary treasures and experience the joy of shared meals and time-honored traditions.

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Best travel season

Morocco, a vibrant tapestry of culture and landscape, offers a diverse array of experiences throughout the year.

Spring and fall emerge as ideal seasons to explore Morocco, with mild temperatures and sunny days inviting outdoor adventures and cultural immersions.

As summer arrives, coastal areas welcome warmth, making it the perfect time for beach getaways and seaside explorations. However, inland regions may experience higher temperatures, prompting travelers to seek cooler retreats in the mountains or coastal breezes.

During the peak summer months, coastal destinations can become bustling with locals and tourists seeking relief from the heat, creating a lively atmosphere but also crowding popular spots.

For those seeking a more tranquil experience, shoulder seasons offer a quieter alternative. With fewer crowds and still inviting weather, travelers can immerse themselves in Morocco's rich culinary scene, from savoring freshly caught seafood in seaside towns to indulging in traditional Moroccan dishes in the labyrinthine streets of ancient cities.

Whether you're drawn to the cultural wonders of Marrakech, the rugged beauty of the Atlas Mountains, or the serene beaches of Essaouira, Morocco promises a captivating experience year-round, each season offering its own unique charm and opportunities for exploration.

Which culinary region in Morocco would you be interested in?

We are currently deciding where our first culinary journey should go to in Morocco and would be eager to hear your thoughts on this. Thank you in advance.

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Anna Nikitopoulou

Travel Specialist

Anna is our travel specialist for culinary discoveries to Greece, France and Spain


Valerio Figuccio

Travel Specialist

Valerio is our travel specialist for culinary discoveries to Italy

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