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Marocco
Morocco

A country with a rugged mountainous hinterland, vast swathes of desert and a long coastline on the Atlantic Ocean and the Mediterranean Sea, Morocco also stands out for its customs and culture, which make it even more fascinating. A land of contrasting features and fascinating natural landscapes, Morocco is now home to 3 Pestana Group hotels, more specifically in Casablanca, Tangier and Marrakesh.
Three key points from where you can enjoy all the aromas, flavours, colours, sounds, art, customs and everything else that makes Morocco an enigmatic, and fascinating sensory experience like no other.

The word to describe it is sensational!

The peaks of the High Atlas Mountains, camel rides in the Sahara Desert, the star-spangled sky, the mixture of aromas and flavours drifting through the markets teaming with life, the richly coloured carpets, Medina of Fez, with its beautiful buildings and ornamental gardens, the medieval city of Fez el-Bali, the stunning Hassan II mosque in Casablanca, and all the wealth Morocco has to offer.

Have a cup of tea while watching the world go by in the narrow streets, and don’t miss the truly special magic of Jemaa El-Fnaa square at dusk, among other amazing experiences. The Pestana hotels await you!

Have a cup of tea while watching the world go by in the narrow streets, and don’t miss the magic of Jemaa El-Fnaa square at dusk: it is truly special!

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To Visit
To Visit
Casablanca

Modern and cosmopolitan, sophisticated and exotic, Casablanca is the biggest city in Morocco and the entire Maghreb region. Inhabited since time immemorial, it used to be known as the prosperous and fertile Anfa.

Rick´s Café – A recreation of the famous café run by the character played by Humphrey Bogart in the film Casablanca.

Hassan II Mosque – The biggest mosque in the world towers over the Atlantic Ocean and is open to non-Muslim visitors

La Corniche – Walking along the grand waterfront promenade is a favourite pastime of locals and tourists alike, and it features restaurants, bars shops and gardens.

Morocco Mall – One of the biggest shopping centres in Africa, it houses both affordable and luxury brands, an aquarium with a shark and a skating rink.

Medina Old Town – the oldest part of the city is a maze of unique beauty.

Parc de la Ligue Arabe – Designed in 1918, this park is ideal for playing games, going for a walk and cherishing nature.

Royal Palace – Admire the sumptuous traditional architecture of the King's Palace.

Gastronomia
Gastronomy
Casablanca

Featuring a delicious mix of flavours, Casablanca offers culinary options for all tastes. From French to Arabic cuisine, don’t forget to try some of these Moroccan specialities.

Harira – Lamb soup with beans and herbs.

Lamb – Cooked over a strong heat, stewed or roasted with dates, or in soup, this is Morocco’s favourite meat.

Pastilla – Ceremonial dish consisting of pigeon meat with almonds and pigeon eggs, all wrapped in dough and roasted. It is then dusted with sugar.

Tagine – meat or vegetable stew cooked in a special pan.

Krsa – bread served with salt and cumin.

Mint tea – the national drink in Morocco, usually served with sugar.

Tangeri
To Visit
Tangeri

Souks – Buy your travel souvenirs at the large or small Souk markets, where you will find genuine handicrafts, as well as fresh fruit and vegetables. Stop by the famous Hafa Coffee for mint tea and desserts.

Tangier City Mall – 100 metres from the Hotel, you’ll find a shopping centre selling international brands, spread over an area of approximately 30,000 m2, as well as cinemas and a car park.

Beaches – Bathed by both the Atlantic and the Mediterranean, the Tangier region has sweeping white sandy beaches with warm, crystal-clear waters. Achakar and Plxaya Blanca are just two popular beaches.

Promenade – A stroll along the seafront provides a unique view of the city, with its cafés, restaurants and nightclubs, beaches and port. It is almost always possible to view the Straits of Gibraltar .

Tetouan – Visit the Tetouan Medina, a World Heritage Site, just 1 hour from Tangier. The Arabic and Andalusian architecture, the historic Jewish quarter and the traditional tiles are all points of interest.

The Caves of Hercules – The legend tells the story of Greek hero Hercules who rested in these caves and separated Europe from Africa with a blow of his sword, thus creating the Straits of Gibraltar. Another myth tells of a secret tunnel between Morocco and Spain.

Kasbah – This palace was formerly the residence of sultans and Portuguese governors. Nowadays, it is a museum with an ethnographic collection from Northern Morocco. The architecture here features elaborate works of wood and marble.

Tangeri
Gastronomy
Tangeri

With its ebullient mix of flavours, Tangier offers dishes to suit every palate. From French to Arabic cuisine, don’t forget to try some of these Moroccan specialities.
Harira – Lamb soup with beans and herbs.
Lamb – Cooked over a strong heat, stewed or roasted with dates, or in soup, this is Morocco’s favourite meat.
Pastilla – Ceremonial dish consisting of pigeon meat with almonds and pigeon eggs, all wrapped in dough and roasted. It is then dusted with sugar.
Tagine – meat or vegetable stew cooked in a special pan.
Krsa – bread served with salt and cumin.
Mint tea – the national drink in Morocco, usually served with sugar.

How to arrive?
Casablanca

Plane 

Casablanca International Airport.
The main airways are: Royal Air Maroc, Emirates, Qatar Airmwyas, Iberia, Alitalia, Air Berlin, KLM and Tap Portugal.

How to arrive?
Tangeri

Plane

Tanger - Ibn Battouta Airport
The main airways are: Air France, Ryanair, Royal Air Maroc, Air Arabia Maroc, Iberia, American Airlines, Vueling, TUI Fly, Brussels Airlines, Turkish Airlines, Qatar Airways, Transavia.

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