Morocco Itineraries


How to Get Close to the Controversial Spanish Islands of Morocco

Travelling through the North of Morocco, I took the measure of the Spanish influence of Morocco. Spanish is still widely spoken in places like Tangier, Chefchaouen and Tetouan, which was a surprise to me… But there is an even bigger remnant of Spanish influence in Morocco. Believe it or not, there are islands or rock-fortresses gently nestled against the Mediterranean Coast where the Spanish flag still flies. It’s been like this since the 15th Century and is a serious point of contention between the two nations. They cannot be visited but here are a few tips on how to get close to the controversial Spanish Islands of Morocco.


Driving the Most Dangerous and Most Beautiful Roads in Morocco

Morocco is a terribly exotic destination, full of bright colours and vibrant flavours. For a first time in Morocco, you are likely to explore cities such as Marrakech or Fes. However, the countryside is incredibly beautiful and adventurous. If you are keen on a road trip, Morocco is a great destination and driving is not as daunting as it seems. Driving the most dangerous and the most beautiful roads in Morocco is a great adventure. I have three itineraries for you to choose from.