The classics surrounding Fez

Chefchaouan
In recent years, the visit of the village of Chefchaouan has become a must. Our drivers take the bravest to discover the blue city. A 3-hour journey through the Rif mountains. Marvel guarantied during the journey and upon arrival

Volubilis/Moulay Idriss/Meknes
We shall not forget the surrounding areas with the rich and proud city of Meknes, the great rival neighbour, but also the Moulay Idriss mausoleum, the founder of the town, overlooking the beautiful preserved Roman site of Volubilis dating back to the 1st century. A day trip through the agricultural region of Meknes, its vineyards and olive groves.
Middle Atlas
A one-day trip that takes you from Fez to Azrou via the small town of Immouzer, the summer resort of the old upper class families of Fez, which fell into disuse with the arrival of air conditioners in the villas. After the visit of Imouzzer, a lacy rood takes you through the impressive Lake Daiet Aoua, the city of Ifrane which owes its architecture the name of «Switzerland of Morocco» and up to Michlifen and its ski slopes. On the way down, the road runs through the forest up to Azrou and the famous cedar forest where you may encounter small pinching Barbery macaques.
Moulay Yacoub
Renowned Thermal resort, recently renovated by Vichy, Moulay Yacoub offers remarkable healing treatments.
Renowned for its sulphurous waters that are effective against rheumatic pain and skin diseases, the spa offers pleasant programs… An ideal experience for half a day.
Suites
mayfez bar
The odalisque
SPA & WELLNESS
Cooking Classes
The Medina of Fez

The Medina of Fez is the heir city of Andalusian culture and the cradle of the main Moroccan dynasties. Built in the 8th century, Fez is fascinating and bewitching, both traditional and modern.

You will Enjoy its medieval Marinid architecture, ancient atmosphere and animated souks. With our guide you will discover the Medina through various fascinating places from the traditional tanneries to the madrassas (Madrassa Bouanania for non Muslims) and foundouks, but also the Mellah (the Jewish quarter) with its cemetery and synagogue preserving precious scrolls dating back to the IV century ...

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