Watching the sunset in Morocco is a one-of-a-kind experience, allowing locals and tourists to immerse in the beauty of changing sky colors during dusk!
Morocco has the most beautiful landscapes in Northern Africa, with breathtaking views that look gorgeous during sunset. Although the lighting is better during the winter season because the sun sits lower in the sky, you can enjoy the picturesque sunset views at any time of year.
Watching sunsets in Morocco will evoke positive emotions and drive romantic feelings in couples. There are hundreds of spots to create magical moments and relish the beautiful sunrise and sunset. However, the best spots to watch the sunset in Morocco are as follows. Read on!
The Spanish Mosque
The Spanish Mosque is one of the beautiful spots to watch the sunset. The place offers scenic and panoramic views of the entire Chefchaouen city. The sunset spot in the Spanish Mosque you can’t miss. The Mosque welcomes non-Muslims to explore the architecture and watch the sunset.
We recommend going around one hour before the sunset to create memories because the place is crowded with locals and tourists to enjoy the magical moment. Besides, you can walk to the hillside to avoid the crowds and capture beautiful photos.
The Sahara Desert is the most popular place to visit in Morocco, especially for an overnight stay. The desert has various camps to spend the night underneath the clear sky with beautiful, countless starts.
However, there is nothing quite like watching the sunset in the Sahara desert. Indeed, it will create fantastic experiences, especially when you have talked and dreamt about the sunset for days.
We recommend taking guided tours to enjoy the most convenient and comfortable trip. Sahara desert is a perfect place to watch the dramatic sunset with your friends and loved ones.
Menara Gardens are another place to watch the scenic sunset with your loved ones. It is a perfect spot for romantic couples to watch the orange and yellow blend in the sky. In addition to the sunset watching, you will love the centuries-old olive trees in the Menara Gardens to refresh your mind and soothe your heart.
The surrounding Atlas Mountains create a perfect backdrop, especially for Instagram lovers to take photos or capture videos. Moreover, the swimming pool and lush green spaces will soothe your mind and make you feel like a part of the gorgeous painting. Menara Gardens attract hundreds of locals and tourists every day.
The Marinid Tombs
The Marinid Tombs is another beautiful place to relish the picturesque sunset. Although the Marinid Toms are ruins, hiking up the hill to enjoy the scenic beauty and panoramic view of the Fez City creates memorable experiences.
The view from the hill above the medina creates enigmatic and enjoyable sunset. The Marinid Tombs are the best place for couples and friends to watch the sunset over the Fez medina, creating magical moments when watching the sun over the horizon. You will love the sky changing different colors.
Hassan II Mosque
Hassan II Mosque is the second-largest religious place in the world, built-in 1993. Although the Mosque does not have a significant history, people come here to relish the design, architecture, and grandness.
In addition, it has a 200 meters high minaret and 200 hectares of the prayer hall. The good news is that non-Muslims can visit the place and take a guided tour to explore the outdoor area. Many people come to this Mosque to watch the incredible sunset. Keep in mind that Non-Muslims can’t explore the Mosque’s interior.
Morocco is one of the most visited countries in North Africa, with deserts, mountains, colorful bazaars, vibrant culture, oriental scents, camping grounds, sand dunes, and warm sunsets. Morocco offers something to everyone, including couples, families, children, and older adults. People of all ages and walks of life visit the country.
In addition to sunrise and sunset, Morocco has beautiful lush green valleys and forests. So, when you watch the sunset from the top of the mountain with green valleys in the base, you will love the experience. Watching the sunset in these places immerse you in the natural beauty, creating memorable experiences.
- Article based on personal opinion, experience and research.
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