Green Holidays in Morocco
Morocco's rich cultural heritage is matched only by its spectacular scenery: Mile after mile of breaker-washed sandy beaches and rolling hills lead inland to the great bulk of the Atlas Mountains, whose jagged peaks dominate much of the country, separating the Atlantic and Mediterranean from the vast dunes of the Sahara to the south.
Kasbahs, oases, hippie colonies and ancient sites are found alongside some of the world's most enticing cities, from vibrant Marrakech and Casablanca to the ancient medinas of Fez and Rabat.
Morocco has something for everyone: its varied terrain is ideal for all kinds of outdoor sports and activities if you need a break from all the culture - from trekking in the High Atlas to cycling and walking through deserts and mountains.
It may seem a world away from Europe, but Morocco is surprisingly easy to reach without flying and featured below are some of the best green holiday options in Morocco, all of which you can reach by train or ferry.
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How to travel by train to Morocco
Our detailed rail journey planner shows you how to take the train from London St Pancras to Morocco's largest cities, detailing where to change platforms/stations, prices, timetables, journey times and how to book tickets. Click on the links below for the following journeys: