Morocco Winter Holiday

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Morocco Family holidays Esssaouira portThis year I went on a Morocco Winter Holiday in Essaouira on the Atlantic Coast of Morocco where the quality of the light is stunning and every day was a warm sunny day. Such a treat, as I now look out at the wind and the rain and the light starts to go already at 3pm in the UK.

The first night, we had dinner on a high terrace over-looking the ocean where they give you ponchos to keep you warm as you eat and drink under the stars. The next day, we spent an hour Quad biking on the dunes, through the trees and passing the old ruin of a house where apparently Jimmy Hendrix once stayed! After that, lunch at a surf cafe with fresh fish and a long walk along the beach back to the Medina.

The medina is such a small and magical world, much more manageable than Marrakech and if you are staying in an apartment, the place to buy your food in the fresh markets to cook back in your kitchen. Lovely fresh fruit and vegetables and the smell of frying fish if you prefer to stop at a nearby street cafe.

Moroccan Journeys organise Morocco Winter Holidays starting in Marrakech and touring to Essaouira and Oualidia on the coast, with carefully selected hotels, Riads and apartments to suit your needs.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Can you swim in December in Morocco?2022-10-31T18:38:39+00:00

December weather in Morocco can be quite cold, so it is not advisable to swim during this month. In general, the average temperature in this part of North Africa ranges from highs in the mid-60s Fahrenheit (around 18 degrees Celsius) to lows in the lower 40s Fahrenheit (around 5 degrees Celsius). However, it’s important to keep in mind that these temperatures can vary greatly depending on the region and time of year. For example, while coastal areas may be milder overall, mountain towns can experience much colder temperatures – sometimes even below freezing! So if swimming is a priority during your visit to Morocco, it’s best to check ahead on what the weather will be like specifically at your destination during December and plan accordingly.

Can you sunbathe in Morocco in December?2022-10-31T18:38:04+00:00

Yes, you can sunbathe in Morocco in December. The weather is generally warm and sunny during the winter months, with average temperatures ranging from 20-25 degrees Celsius (68-77 degrees Fahrenheit). However, it’s important to note that there can be occasional rainfall and windy conditions, so please pack accordingly. Enjoy your trip!

Is Morocco good for winter sun?2022-10-31T18:37:28+00:00

Yes, Morocco is a great place to escape the cold winter weather. The climate is sunny and mild, and the average temperature in December and January is around 60 degrees F. Plus, there are plenty of activities and attractions to keep you busy during your stay. So if you’re looking for some winter sun, be sure to add Morocco to your list!

Is it worth visiting Morocco in December?2022-10-31T18:36:44+00:00

Morocco can be a great destination for a December holiday, although the weather can vary depending on the exact location. Generally speaking, it’s usually quite warm during the day and cool at night. Christmas is also celebrated throughout Morocco, so there are plenty of festive events and activities to enjoy.

Is Morocco a good winter holiday?2022-10-31T18:36:06+00:00

Morocco can be a great winter holiday destination, with weather that is generally mild and pleasant in December to February. However, it’s worth noting that temperatures can vary quite a bit from one region of Morocco to the next, so it’s always best to check the forecast before booking your trip.

Christmas is a popular time to visit Morocco, as the Christmas celebration is widely celebrated throughout the country. If you’re looking for a more traditional European-style Christmas atmosphere, then head to one of Morocco’s larger cities like Marrakech or Casablanca. Alternatively, if you’re looking for something more exotic and adventurous, consider visiting some of Morocco’s smaller villages located in the mountains or desert.


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