Steeped in history and culture and with a year round climate it’s very easy to see the attraction. There is so much to do in Morocco that it would be a shame just to play golf. Initially we will be concentrating on the famous city of Marrakech, once the capital of Morocco, where you’ll find the dominating Koutoubia Mosque and bustling Jemaa El Fna Square, though this is just the start of what Morocco has to offer those on a golf trip. Venture to the coast for beautiful seas, the desert for enchanting sand dunes or high up into the mountains to sample the beautiful peaks. You won’t get bored!Non golfers are extremely well catered for with plenty of historical sites to view, sporting activities to enjoy and shopping trips to the local souks just some of the things to keep you occupied on your non-golfing days.