Morocco is a country home to numerous mosques, beautiful palaces, luscious gardens, Jemaa el-Fna Square, and so much more. Attracting thousands of tourists from across the globe annually, it’s no surprise that additionally it’s one of the hottest places for nightlife.
If you didn’t know already, Morocco has a colorful nightlife scene that includes a number of bars and nightclubs, pool parties and lounges that host discos that pump music late into the night. These nightlife spots can be found away from the Medina’s – as licenses to serve alcohol are understandably limited and no alcohol should be consumed in view of a mosque (and there is one around almost every corner in the Media) – in the cities.
We are going to take a look some of the most popular nightlife spots in three different cities you should visit while on holiday to Morocco:
One of Agadir’s most attended nightclubs, it is situated inside Hotel RiuTikida Beach, playing after-midnight music. It has been around since 1998, and it’s where clubbers go to party until the early hours of the morning before hitting the beach the next day. For those who would prefer to sip on cocktails until the late hours of the evening while listening to classical music, the Piano Bar is the place to be. A women-friendly bar, it is the ideal spot to relax with friends and family after a long day. Last on our lists for Agadir is Flamingo. This popular nightspot is one for those who enjoy bumping and grinding to a selection of the latest tunes. With a great mix of both locals and tourists alike, this crowded joint gets very busy and guarantees a great night out for all.
This cosmopolitan city offers travellers an array of sophisticated bars and trendy clubs, including Le Joy, a mystical, unique nightclub that calls Hotel Suisse its home. Playing soft tunes, visitors are welcome to enjoy the music while meeting and relaxing with the other guests. For the young ones, Le Tube is a popular disco that attracts the city’s youth and travellers alike to dance the night away in the trendy and inviting setting. Next, offering an authentic nightclub experience and nothing less, L’Empire Lounge Bar Discotheque offers guests the chance to kick back and enjoy the lounge bar, or take to the dance floor and jam to the DJ’s thrilling tunes. For those who prefer a night of good food and good music, La Bodega is a tapas bar that plays live music every night of the week – including reggae, samba, and rock – while diners chow down on something delicious.
El Jadida doesn’t have very many clubs to choose from, but there are a number of lovely spots available for locals and tourists alike to visit and enjoy late into the night. The Medina Strip offers those who would prefer a quiet night out a number of cafes, restaurants, and shops that are open until the early hours of the morning serving delicious eats and non-alcoholic beverages. There is also the perk of being located so close to the beach, as there is a chance to watch the sun set or rise over the glistening waters. For those looking for a place they can dance the night away in El Jadida, Alias
Club at Mazagan Beach Resort is one of the most popular spots, offering guests a chance to be themselves, or someone else, at the best nightclub in the city. It is a state-of-the-art nightclub, and delivers an exceptional clubbing experience.
Morocco provides travelers with the best of both worlds – amazing attractions to visit during the day, and exciting nightlife for those who enjoy getting lost in the music.