Leave home at lunchtime, and you can be in an entirely different continent and culture in time for dinner.
This is the certainly the case with Morocco. 3½ hours’ flying time and you’re touching down to the sights and scents of Marrakech.
Down the years, this proximity, year-round warmth and the bustling streets of the medina, have attracted everyone from John Lennon and Richard Branson to Winston Churchill (who described it as ‘the Paris of the desert’).
Renovated riads, palatial villas, golf against the backdrop of the snow-topped Atlas Mountains – we can guide you to the very best of it all.