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Atals-Mountain-view-over-Rampart-in-MarrakechSir Richard Branson soars from Morocco on one of his venturesome balloon trips. Sir Winston Churchill sought peace from his arduous duties relaxing on his favourite balcony with brush and easel in the fabled La Mamounia hotel in Marrakesh, painting the snow clad peaks of the High Atlas, a view he considered one of the most beautiful in the world. Bernhard Langer, the late Seve Ballasteros and Billy Casper are just a few of the host of world-class golfers who have competed in the country’s annual golf tournaments where one of the more striking trophies is a beautiful jewelled dagger.
Close to the one thousand-year-old ramparts of Marrakesh broad new roads resonate o the roar of the Moroccan Grand Prix. On the Atlantic coast, in Agadir, a citadel built in 1540 overlooks the new city below, western in style, attracting the largest number of tourists in Morocco.With its magnificent hotels and night clubs, seven miles of sun-drenched beaches and an amazing array of adrenaline-enhancing water sports, from jet-skiing to parachute parasailing…