Vineyards of Morocco

Morocco, a land of wine!
The wine was restored after the independence of Morocco, when the French settlers arrived in the country. The best wines come from the Meknes-Fez region, the Atlas Mountains. Specialty of the country is gray wine – a white wine from red grapes. Join us for this amazing journey!

Arrival in Casablanca. Welcome by the guide. Continuation to Rabat


Visit of the capital of Morocco and the residence of the king. Rabat exercises with its high altitude, picturesque Kasbah and main interesting sites, a particular fascination for its visitors. Visit the Royal Palace (from the outside), the unfinished Hassan Tower – the symbol of the city and the magnificent shining white marble mausoleum of the late Kings Mohammed V. and Hassan II. Continue to Benslimane, to visit the “Domaine des Ouled Thaleb” with wine tasting and lunch.
Head to Meknes for a visit. Gigantic walls surrounded the relief of the powerful city of Sultan Moulay Ismail. You will visit the monumental gate of Morocco – Bab Mansour and the mosque tomb Moulay Ismail. Tasting of wine, perhaps with dinner in the cellar “Les Celliers de Meknes – Château Roslane”.

Visit of Fez, the many traces of Andalusian-Moorish art in the form of more than 400 mosques, medersas, fountains and other structures. Dive into the bewitching number of alleys, souks and mosques of the Medina. There are countless small workshops of craftsmen – the tour takes place in the quarters of carpenters, dyers, tanners, tailors, engravers and passing by the regular hammering of boilermakers.

Head southwest. Near El Hajeb visit the “Domaine la Zouina”. You are expected to wine tasting with lunch. Continue via Azrou and Kasba Tadla to Beni Mellal.

Journey to the Ouzoud cascades. Waterfalls about 100 m high, considered among the highest and most beautiful in Morocco, often dominated by a rainbow, are located in a verdant valley of red sandstone, planted with olive groves, almonds, figs and carob trees. A dozen small traditional oil mills are still in operation. You can walk to the river. However, the whole area is ideal for hiking.

Marrakesh, the oasis city located in front of the magnificent backdrop of the High Atlas. About 100.000 palm trees are dominant in the groves around the ramparts of Marrakesh. Visit of the Koutoubia Mosque, the Saadian Tombs, the Bahia Palace, Bab Agnaou – the oldest gate of the city wall, the great souks and the Djemaa El Fna square, where all day long folk troupes, artists, storytellers , jugglers, card players and snake charmers pass.

Direction of Essaouira. About 15 km from Essaouira, visit the vineyard “Val d’Argan”. Wine tasting with lunch. Drive to Essaouira, city of artists and musicians. Whitewashed houses with their green and blue painted doors, reminiscent of the Portuguese or Hispano-Andalusian style. So many doors and arches in the streets support this impression.
Visit of Essaouira, afterwards back to Marrakesh

Transfer to Casablanca airport.