... Aigle Azur serves Morocco with two weekly flights from Paris Orly to Agadir.
Morocco, a North African country known for its riads, souks, and legendary snake charmers of Marrakech, is a welcoming land of civilisations that harmoniously combines Eastern culture and Western culture. A multi-faceted, cosmopolitan nation that leaves no visitor unmoved.
Visit Agadir: Morocco's prestigious resort has plenty of assets to please tourists.
From the medina to the splendid palaces to strolling through the refreshing palm groves to Rif, Morocco's heritage is full of wealth. Let yourself be enchanted by the country that will really let your imagination fly.
Couscous and tajine are the flagship dishes of Moroccan cuisine and eastern culture. These traditional dishes are garnished with mutton or fish and accompanied by various types of vegetables. Moroccan cuisine also has pastillas, dishes from the Andalusian culture, traditionally eaten during holidays.
Exquisite and tasty, the cuisine consists of mechoui (whole roasted lamb, traditionally reserved for large ceremonies), bakbouka (rice balls and viscera), kaake (a popular cake), k'lila (hard cheese), and khliaa (marinated beef).
Wash your hands thoroughly before each meal. According to tradition, Moroccans share a common dish placed at the centre of the table so that all the guests can serve themselves from it. The bread acts as a utensil allowing you to grab pieces of vegetables and tagine meat.
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Basic information :
Population: 33.7 million inhabitants (July 2007)
Area: 710,000 km²
Official language: Arabic
Spoken languages: Arabic, Berber, French, Spanish
Currency: Dirham (€ 1 = 11 DH)
Time difference: CET -1 hour in winter, CET -2 hours in summer
Flight time: 3hr 15min