Marrakech, with it’s bustling city centre, mix of traditional and contemporary architecture, diverse local cuisine and great golf has everything to offer!
Set against the backdrop of the Atlas Mountains the area’s landscape is impressive, much like its history and culture which is becoming more influenced by continental Europe and creating a unique environment for visitors. Exploring Marrakech gives travellers the experience of going back in time, imagining what trade was like many years ago. The bustling local souks are lively, colourful and full of characters.
With a recent boom in golf, this North African country has began to earn a reputation as a promising new golf destination to rival many worldwide. There are also a number of projects in the planning stages which will only raise Marrakech’s stock as a legitimate golf holiday destination.
Marrakech is an ideal destination for those of you who love exploring, learning and experiencing new culture. Now all that can be done in luxury and comfort along with challenging some of Africa’s best golf.
The excellent climate makes Marrakech a great low season destination, offering a great combination of attractions: sunshine, culture, world class golf and luxury accommodation.
Surrounded by quality courses such as Al Maaden and Amelkis, Hotel & Ryads Naoura Barrière is a perfect base for you to enjoy Marrakech’s golf in a luxurious and relaxing environment. Located in the historic centre of the city Naoura Barrière provides comfort and luxury with easy access to explore the frantic and buzzing city.
For a more relaxed pace, the Palmeraie Golf Palace, on the outskirts of Marrakech is arguably Morocco’s best all round golf resort. Situated in Marrakech's tropical palm grove, the hotel is a true oasis in a typically Moroccan architectural setting at the feet of the snowy peaks of the Atlas mountains; offering a comprehensive combination of five star luxury and a stunning Robert Trent Jones Sr. course.
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When planning your next golf break to Morocco, do consider Marrakech.