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Cycling routes and bike maps in and around


Create and find the best bike routes in Morocco with the bike route planner. The North African country is characterised by its varying surface shapes: Next to dry desert landscapes and sandy coasts, there are also trans-montane and montane regions so that cyclists of every skill level get their money’s worth. The country’s assets are best experienced in spring or fall.

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616,047 km
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  • You can admire the sand dunes, ride on camels or surf on dunes in the eastern Sahara region.

  • Visit the Bahia Palace, the old district (medina), the Medersa (a former Islamic college) and the Koutoubia Mosque which’s minaret is 70 metres high in Marrakech.

  • Pay a visit to the UNESCO world culture heritage Volubilis. Volubilis is an ancient Roman city close to Meknes. When visiting the ruins, you’ll go back in time.



  • Almost all streets in Morocco are in a good shape and surfaced.

  • Learn how to bargain. After a few days, you’ll get a feeling for the appropriate prices.

  • There are many camping sites that are well worth your money. However, in August, the country is overrun by the vacationing French.