By contrast, the bustling souks of Marrakesh are ideal territory for those who like to soak up authentic culture and enjoy the buzz of a bustling city.
The square in Marrakesh is full of snake charmers, belly dancers, street performers and market-sellers.
At night it is transformed into a paradise for foodies, as stalls compete for your business with a dazzling array of traditional cuisine.
The food is not only packed with spices from this North African country, it is also great value for money.
Many people choose to book a villa in Morocco in the summer months, although places such as Agadir are ideal for those who want to enjoy some winter sun.
Temperatures reach 20 degrees Celsius in January so it is ideal for Brits who want to escape long, dark winters, but don't want to spend hours getting to their destination.
Morocco is a diverse country and modern cities like Agadir, which is located along the Atlantic coast, provide the perfect beach destination, while there are plenty of historical ruins for history lovers.
Adventurous travellers may well enjoy escaping to the High Atlas Mountains, where they can enjoy hiking between Berber villages.
Jebel Toubkal is the highest peak in North Africa, but if conquering that seems like too much hard work, sipping a mint tea at your Morocco villa may do just as well.
Alternatively, visitors can get on a camel and ride off into the Sahara to watch the sun setting on this part of Africa.
Essaouria is a favourite among beach lovers and the picturesque ramparts make the perfect backdrop from which to enjoy this laid-back coastal town.