Sidi Ifni or Ifni is a Moroccan Berber town in the region of Guelmim-Oued Noun. It is located on the southern Atlantic coast of Morocco, between the towns of Tiznit and Guelmim, 160 km south of Agadir. Because of its situation, Sidi Ifni can be considered as the "Atlantic gate of the Sahara". The main activity of Ifni and that of its port is the fishing in particular: sardines, sea breams, tuna. The hinterland is dotted with argan trees and prickly pears whose inhabitants draw their resources by organizing themselves in cooperatives. Tourism is experiencing a limited growth mainly due to the distance from Agadir airport, the closest to be served by international flights. Yet Sidi Ifni has important assets. It is located close to many beaches with seductive shores, such as Legzira, Mirleft, Sidi Ouarzig or the White Beach which attract surfers in summer and lovers of softness in winter.
Taroudant is a town in south-west Morocco located in the plain of Souss, capital of the province of the same name. The city is 80 km east of Agadir (60 km from Agadir Al Massira international airport), and about 250 km south-west of Marrakech. The plain of Souss is surrounded by two mountain ranges, the High Atlas to the north and east, the Anti-Atlas to the south; To the west, the plain opens onto the Atlantic. This fertile valley is crossed by the Wadi Souss which runs along the city. The city was a capital of the Saadian dynasty before Marrakesh. It also hosts holy tombs for the Jews. The city of Taroudannt is defended by 6 km of ramparts in which 130 towers and 19 bastions of angle interconnected by a way of round, intertwine that made of this city an impregnable citadel.
Tata is a city in southern Morocco in the province that bears the same name. It is located in an oisis surrounded by the mountains of the anti-atlas. Its semi-desert climate is dry and continental, very hot in summer and cold in very cold winter. The territory of the province of Tata has been colonized for more than 10 thousand years as shown by the cave engravings that are found throughout the chain of mountains of the South Bani.
Tinghir is a city in east-central Morocco, in the region of Draa-Tafilalet, located in the Todgha Valley, at the exit of the High Atlas and facing the djebel Saghro. It is an immense oasis extending over about 30 km in length and varying in width between 200m upstream and 4 km downstream. The climate of the Tinghir region is arid, (140mm / year, irregularly), with cool winters, related to altitude (1430 m on average), and latitude (31 ° 30 °).It has been the capital of Tinghir Province since its creation in 2009, and was previously part of the province of Ouarzazate. Tineghir, like its region, is populated mainly by Amazigh (Berbers).The Tineghir region is stuck between two mountainous massifs, extending over more than 700 km, from south-west to northeast of Morocco: the Central High Atlas in the north culminating at over 4,100 m (Ighil Mgoun). The djebel Saghro to the south, natural continuity of the Anti-Atlas.
Azilal is a Moroccan city of the province of Azilal, of which it is the chief town, and of the Beni Mellal-Khénifra region. Azilale is located in the High Atlas at an altitude of 1,351 meters. It is located in the Atlas Mountains, surrounded by mountain ranges and plateaus. The climate of the city of Azilal is generally continental, with oceanic influences, semi-dry in summer and wet in winter. This town is characterized by the natural beauty of the surroundings: Afourrar, Bin Louidan dam, Ouzoud waterfalls.
Guelmim or Goulimine, is a town in the south-west of Morocco, capital of the Guelmim province and capital of the Guelmim-Oued Noun region. The name of the city, pronounced "Agwelmim" comes from the Berber and means "lake". Located 200 km south of Agadir, 110 km from Tiznit and 30 km from the Atlantic Ocean, Guelmim had 117 000 inhabitants in 2006. The city is considered the gateway to the Sahara in Morocco. It was once a caravan center on the road to Timbuktu. Today, it is an important place of trade and exchange between the sedentary population and the nomads of the desert. It is home to a weekly camel market, known as "Amhayrich", which is the largest camel market in Morocco.
Rissani or Er-Rissani, also known as Moulay Ali Chérif in reference to the ancestor and founder of the Alawite dynasty, is a town in the province of Errachidia in the Drâa-Tafilalet region of Morocco. Rissani, formerly called Sijilmassa, is the former capital of Tafilalet and a former major caravan center. Rissani has remained one of the great shopping centers of the region, with a big souk, particularly lively on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sundays. Most of the trade that once existed with Africa involved gold, ivory, slaves and salt imported from Mali. The leather of the Tafilalet was made at Rissani, and had no equal in the whole of Morocco. It is a fine and supple leather, made of tanned goat skin with tamarisk bark. Its position as a crossroads between the north and the south gives the city an important status and has allowed it an unparalleled urban development by the presence of different Ksour of world renown.
Kelaat M'Gouna or Tighremt N'Imgounen is a town located in southern Morocco, in the region of Drâa-Tafilalet and the province of Tinghir. It owes its name to the mountain that overhangs it from the ighil N 'Imgoun (4071 m) and the assif (river) of the same name that flows there. It is inhabited by a large Amazigh population. This lively city has long been an economic, commercial and social center for the population living in the region. It is best known for its "Roses Festival" which takes place every year in May. The city is also known for its dancers who dance the "Ahidouss" (Amazigh dance) very quickly and in rhythm, it is also known for its magnificent roses hence the name of the city which is also called "The valley of the roses".
Errachidia, formerly known as Ksar Es-Souk, is a city in Morocco, the capital of the province of Errachidia, in the region of Drâa-Tafilalet. It is located on the Wadi Ziz. It is one of the cities where the Alaoui (royal family) have settled. A very large number of the Alaoui are still in this city. The city of Ksar Es-Souk was founded by the French in 1912 to set up a military base there to control and attack the region's resistants. It was renamed Errachidia by King Hassan II in 1982.
Beni Mellal is a city located between the Middle Atlas and the plain of Tadla, on the road axis of the imperial cities of Fez and Marrakech. It is one of the most important cities in central Morocco. The agglomeration has more than 445,000 inhabitants in 2014. It is located at an altitude of about 600 m, at the foot of a snow-covered Mount Tassemit ("the cold mountain") in winter and spring, culminating in An altitude of 2,240 m. Its climate is continental Middle Atlas. Its Kasbah Bel Koush, built in the seventeenth century by Moulay Ismail, was restored in the nineteenth century. Nearby are the sites of Ain Asserdoun and Kasbah Ras el Ain which are a tourist attraction for visitors to the city.