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Why visit Marrakech this winter?

Written on : 22 January 2021
By : Chloé Girod

Winter is still well established and you're tired of looking grey? Are you dreaming of sunshine and incredible landscapes for a weekend without going halfway around the world? We have the perfect destination for you! Discover Marrakech for a short stay and marvel at the riches that the red city has to offer. 

Why visit Marrakech this winter?

Situated in northern Morocco, close to the Sahara desert, the beautiful city of Marrakech enjoys a hot and dry climate all year round. In winter, when the cold weather hits the entire Mediterranean basin, Marrakech enjoys a mild climate, ideal for a stay in the sun. You can spend your afternoons lounging in a heated swimming pool with an average temperature of 20°C in February and almost no rainy days. 
As well as having this pleasant weather, you will almost have the city all to yourself, so there is no need to rush around in Marrakech's souks or one of the city's most famous attractions and museums. What's more, with fewer tourists, you will be able to experience life in Marrakech like a local. 
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Marrakech is located in a region full of wealth, so you can spend a weekend walking in the desert and the next day skiing in the mountains! Incredible isn't it? 
You will be able to enjoy camel riding in the Sahara desert because winter is a perfect time for hiking. Although it is still warm, the weather will be much milder than the summer months. 

Why visit Marrakech this winter?

The Ait Bougmez valleys in the High Atlas is a perfect place to walk in summer. In Winter, it can be cold with temperatures ranging from 3°C to 15°C. Hiking enthusiasts call this region "the happy valley", the people are friendly and you will find many beautiful hiking trails. 

In the heart of Marrakech, you can enjoy incredible experiences such as cooking classes and visits to all the historical and architectural sites.  You will see majestic architecture and incomparable gastronomy. The Majorelle Gardens and the Yves Saint Laurent Museum remain popular with travelers and there are many other modern art museums to explore. You can stroll through the narrow streets of La Mamounia, a palace famous for representing the elegance of Moroccan culture, with a lush garden overlooking the snow-capped Atlas Mountains where you can sip mint tea. 
The city is full of restaurants, cafes, and bars, classic Moroccan places of high quality, serving delicious hot tagines and the local specialty. 
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Winter light is better for photography than summer light, offering more texture and shade. You will therefore be able to capture the sunset even more beautifully at this time of year, when the sunlight reaches magnificent blue hues. 

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