When going out during your Moroccan holiday, you are guaranteed to explore and discover a truly fascinating spectrum of flavours and colours, experiences and atmospheres and all of them will carve out a great memory in your mind for a long time. The nightlife in Morocco is definitely more different than anything you have ever experienced before. When it comes to the local nightlife, one thing can be said for sure – it is colourful, exciting, interesting and memorable.
The little lantern lit streets will help you explore a whole new world and you will enjoy a lot the little traditional-style bars dotted around the city and their laid back, relaxed and authentic atmosphere. Live music and cool discos can be found around almost every corner in the bigger cities, while many places are influenced by international trends and traditions in clubbing and partying, but the authentic Moroccan style and culture are always well-respected and represented. With a perfect blend of fancy discos, elegant and chill out lounge bars, exciting bars and unique clubs, Morocco has some of the most diverse nightspots in the world. We invite you to explore the best of them, simply browse our page!
Recommended pubs & bars in Morocco. Contact us for free inclusion!
El Morocco Club Piano Bar has been scheduling some very attractive names to preserve its brand name of an emblematic host. Amongst others, its guests have the pleasure to be entertained by Jazz4Joy, the beautiful Camélia Jordana, Donia Berriri and L-initiale trio and on Saturdays, visitants are delighted by the performance of the ethnologist DJ Mizz Kiara. And that is not all, the surprises and charms of El Morocco Club Piano Bar keep coming in all colours and perfumes.
Kosy Bar is not just a bar, but also operates as a very decent restaurant, tucked away in the corner of the Place des Ferblantiers. It’s dark hallway and elegant downstairs bar area create an urbane welcome, although you’ll be heading upstairs to eat – either in one of the salons on the middle floor or, if the weather is good and there is any space left, upstairs on the roof terrace – a fantastic spot that overlooks the square below and offers views of the massive stork nests around the wall of the El Badi Palace and on right down to the Koutoubia Mosque.