July in Morocco poses challenges due to its hot weather, particularly in inland areas like Marrakesh and Fez, where temperatures can exceed 40°C (104°F). Coastal cities like Casablanca and Tangier are relatively cooler due to the ocean breeze. Despite the heat, if you’re comfortable with high temperatures and plan to stay in air-conditioned spaces or by the coast, July can still offer enjoyable experiences. Stay hydrated and be prepared for the heat!

For July travel in Morocco, consider these itineraries:

Northern Morocco Circuit from Tangier: Explore the ancient medinas of Tangier and Fez, visit the capital Rabat and discover the Roman ruins of Volubilis.

Southern Morocco Circuit from Agadir: Experience the beauty of Morocco’s coastline with stops in Essaouira and El Jadida. This itinerary also includes visits to Fez, Rabat and the Roman ruins of Volubilis.