Singles Holidays to Morocco
Morocco has a magnetic pull with its colourful culture, bustling souks, fragrant cuisine, ancient medinas and impressive architecture. It also benefits from exceptional natural beauty with filmic stretches of desert, tranquil beaches and remarkable mountains adding an air of majesty to the landscape.
The coastal city of Agadir is where our resort is based. Chosen for its charming beaches as well as the cultural expression present in nearby gardens, mosques, palaces and an enchanting hillside Kasbah. The marina is delightful and there is plenty of opportunity to relax as well as for exploration, making the Moroccan trip something that would appeal to every single traveller.
Due to its exotic location on the far north-western corner of Africa, when you think of Morocco, images of the desert and the sultry Saharan temperatures often spring to mind.
Morocco is an all-year round destination. The country enjoys a tropical, diverse climate, which varies depending on the region and time of year. Typically, Morroco’s climate can be divided into two parts, the North West and the South East, both straddled by the High Atlas Mountains, where the north experiences cooler climates due to the winds from the Atlantic Ocean, whilst the Sahara Desert influences the weather in the regions south of the High Atlas Mountains, where the climate is hotter, drier throughout most of the year, though expect much cooler temperatures at night, especially during the winter months
In the Sahara, temperatures can reach up to 47 degrees Celsius whilst nights can see temperatures drop to as low as 5 degrees Celsius. On the Mediterranean coast towards the East of Morocco, the climate has a Mediterranean feel, with warm wet winters and hot dry summers.
The city of Agadir and Marrakech sees an average temperature of 21 degrees Celsius during the winter months December to February, perfect for those wanting to lap up some sunshine to banish those UK winter blues, whilst July is the warmest month with temperatures in the high 30 degrees Celsius. If you’re looking to escapee the heat, the best time to visit is during the shoulder seasons of April to May, and September to November.