|The Average Morocco Temperature:
December, January, and February: Low 50F & High 80F
March, April, and May: Low 60 F & High 90 F
June: Low 60 F & High 100 F
July & August: Low 60 F & High 115 F
September, October, and November: Low 60 F & High 90
Morocco is a land of Sun and Light. The Mediterranean Ocean from the north, and the Atlantic Ocean to the west. It is also crisscrossed by the Rif and Atlas mountains and is subject to all sorts of climatic influences.
The coastal regions are popular with the sun. Throughout the year, it pours its rays and you can enjoy its benefits whatever the season. Thus, Agadir, on the shores of the Atlantic Ocean and the main seaside resort of the country, offers to the amateurs of idleness 300 days of annual sunshine, mild temperatures, and light trade winds. Further north, Taghazout, Mogador, and Magazan are also worth the detour.
A little further inland, the climate abandons the Mediterranean mildness and becomes continental. The reliefs are more drawn and present sumptuous panoramas. It is the land of wide-open spaces, the land of adventurers who can go trekking and hiking in all seasons.
In the south, the country opens onto the immensity of the Sahara. It is in spring and autumn that one must venture there. In the middle of the sands, the sun shines and reflects on the dunes. These desert expanses exude a sense of unreality. Ride a camel and engage yourself in one of the most beautiful paintings ever composed by nature.