This North African country is a melting pot of cultures that will take you back in time to a world of
bustling souks, medieval medinas, and squares full of fire eaters, snake charmers and sweet smelling spices.
For wheelchiar users,
disabled holidays in Morocco
can prove to be a difficult endeavor, but is not impossible
with some preparation. A little extra effort may be required at times,
but for the adventurous traveller looking to experience a completely new culture, the effort is rewarded
with exotic sights and sounds, and an abundance of completely new experiences.
If you have a helpful travel companion and are willing to spend extra money for
private transportation, many of Morocco’s tourist sites and experiences are accessible to you.
Today, more than eight million tourists come to the country every year in search of a beach break with a twist. Most people choose
as their base,
the city itself eases you in to Moroccan culture gently by offering up European-style cafes and smart hotels alongside its bustling souks and Moroccan restaurant.
However, disabled travellers looking for something a little more tradition typically visit
this is a disabled city break bursting at the seams with culture, exotic aromas and charming locals,
Marrakech takes away all sense of direction, and replaces it with intrigue and enchantment.
When to Go?
Spring and autumn are generally the best times to visit Morocco, as the weather is warm but pleasant, unlike the cold temperatures and snow of winter and the scorching heat of summer.
Agadir is long balmy days (you can’t go wrong with 300 days of sunshine every year), beautiful sandy beaches and a welcome dash of Moroccan spice and culture.
It was completely rebuilt after an earthquake destroyed the town in 1960. The result is a well thought-out low-rise, wheelchair accessible city, green open
squares and wide, palm-lined avenues. As well as a full 10 kilometres of sandy beach and tranquil.
The bright white marina bobs with shiny yachts and fishing boats. Time is pleasantly spent at boutique shops and restaurants ranged around the sides.
This disabled city break also boasts a superb location – surrounded by the Antiatlas Mountains, the Sahara Desert and a range of national parks.
From the golden sands to the bustling souks, you will embrace the variety that the city offers its guests; whether you’re a shopper or a sun worshipper.
There's also a good bit of culture to be soaked up during disabled holidays in Agadir too. Le Musse des Arts Berberes is a great place to start if you’re interested in local artwork.
The main museum on disabled holidays in Agadir is the Musee Municipal de Agadir, which features a wide range of exhibits detailing the culture, heritage and history of the region.
From blushing sunsets to bustling marketplaces and the lingering scent of spice in the air – disabled holidays holiday in Marrakech will indulge all your senses. Aside from its iconic attractions and captivating culture,
there’s plenty to experience in Morocco’s spirited capital, whether you’re whisking away your other half on a romantic break, heading off on an adventure with friends or taking a wheelchair accessible trip with your carers.
Morocco presents the perfect mix of old and new, showcased in its striking religious buildings and heaving nightclubs. For those in search of scenic surroundings, you won’t need to venture too far.
The majestic Atlas Mountains serve as a backdrop to the city, offering a spectacular setting for keen hikers and cyclists. Fill your days meandering the network of winding streets or exploring Marrakech’s famous marketplaces.
Dip into a pavement café for a cooling mint tea, or uncover some of the city’s beautiful gardens.
For those in want of a dose of culture,
there are several museums and art galleries to explore, documenting the capital’s fascinating past.
Casablanca is the economic and business centre of Morocco and is home to the country’s chief port. As such, it has lots on offer for those who choose to embark on a disabled holidays in Casablanca – from an array of
attractive beaches to a bustling and strangely charming old media.
This disabled city break is perhaps most famous for being immortalised in the Hollywood film of the same name, putting this region on the world’s stage for all to see.
Beyond that recognisable quality, disabled holidays in Casablanca don’t always necessarily follow the script. The vibrant and exciting atmosphere embedded in this city will always keep you guessing,
as hypnotic spices and sounds fill your senses – this destination encompasses an African adventure.
Disabled holidays in Casablanca are perfect for wheelchair users and carers looking for a city break with a difference.
Here at Disabled Access Holidays our devoted sales team, with over 15 years combined experience, will help you find and book your dream accessible holiday.
They will guide you through your options and will help you make the best decision based on your needs and what you are looking for. Each disabled holiday
is tailor made to the client so no two holidays are the same.