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Luxury unique villas in Morocco

Bustling souks, snake-charmers and hagglers, dusty red-brick dwellings and miles of sweeping golden sand: Morocco's varied terrain makes for a magical trip.

For an exotic sun-filled break a short hop from the UK, North Africa's Morocco has sea, sand and shopping plus a wealth of places to stay, from luxury beach chalets to serene mountain villas. Book a traditional kasbah in Marrakech and head straight to the music-filled Djemaa-el-Fna (main square), bypassing the snake-charmers and ducking down the souks: tiny alleys lined with pottery, shoes, jewellery and endless buckets of colourful spice. Go with a local guide or be prepared to lose yourself time and again down the lanes: it's all part of the fun!

For a cooler climate the snow-tipped Atlas Mountains offer exciting road trips: pass through hairpin bends to find bustling red-brick towns and dusty roadside stalls; and on the other side, out to the north-east, the sweeping camel-dotted dunes of Erg Chebbi. Essaouira and Tangier are the places for coastal action, popular with surfing sun-worshippers; and Casablanca's European vibe means hanging out in cafés is the order of the day. When you're done scouring the souks, grab a tiny coffee and a pastry and watch the street stalls in action.

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