My favourite season in Marrakech

It’s my favourite season in Marrakech. Winter.

The season when daytime temperatures rise to +25’C, perfect temperatures for a lazy lunch on a terrace.

It’s the season when I find there is a certain energy as locals buzz about in the comfortable temperatures that make walking a joy! Especially the views of the majestic snow-capped mountains standing proudly over the city while walking down the palm-treed boulevards.

And the view from the rooftop terraces in the old medina is simply magnificent with the Atlas Mountains in the distance.

Marrakesh, Copyright Mandy Sinclair

Marrakesh, Copyright Mandy Sinclair

With March just around the corner, a trip out to the Atlas Mountains is a favourite as the fruit trees are in bloom and the little Berber villages just look that much prettier.

Copyright Mandy Sinclair

Copyright Mandy Sinclair

But once the sun goes down, yikes, it’s time to gab a sweater. And socks. Because evening temperatures can be quite chilly.  Especially in a little old medina house.

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