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About Morocco Ferry
Come discover Morocco, from the Atlas mountains to the Sahara desert, a land so beautiful and rich with heritage that the moment you arrive there after only a short journey from Spain, it seems you have entered a completely different world. Morocco is a country in Northern Africa, bordering the North Atlantic Ocean and the Mediteranean Sea, between Algeria and the Western Sahara. It covers an area of 446,300 sq km and had over 31 million inhabitants. Rabat is the capital of the country and the main residence of the King of Morocco. Rabat is a capital with old Muslin quarters as well as remains from all periods of the Moroccan history, as there is the Royal Palace, the Hassan Tower and the Medina. Morocco's official language is Arabic. In rural area's mostly Berber dialects are spoken and French is often the language of business, government and diplomacy. The climate is Mediterranean, becoming more extreme in the interior. Tourism is a very important activity for the Moroccan economy. Every year more than 3 million tourists are visiting Morocco. Atlantic and Mediterranean beaches, mountain landscapes, desert proximity and a rich historic and artistic patrimony have contributed to the popularity of Morocco. The places of interest are numerous in Morocco and include: Fez, perhaps the most beautiful of all Arab cities, home to the oldest and largest medieval city in the world; the fantastic city of Marrakesh with the Koutoubia mosque and the bazaar, a bustling labyrinth of stalls selling everything from rugs and spices to leather goods, said to be the softest in the world and love potions and the magnificent city of Tanger (Tangier), where you can visit the sultan's palace. Discover Morocco, where people are friendly and visitors are always warmly welcomed, home of the Berbers and a country of mystery and romance, with one foot in the present and one foot in the past and its amazing contrasts displaying the Arabic-African-European influences.