Here at Saddle Skedaddle, we offer a brilliant road cycling holiday in Morocco.
With an ever expanding network of quiet tarmac roads throughout the Atlas Mountains there has never been a better time to go on a road cycling holiday in Morocco. Starting and finishing in the capital of the Moroccan south, Marrakech, this 10 day tour takes us across the High Atlas Mountains in the shadow of snow-capped peaks, before crossing the Souss Valley and climbing into the Anti-Atlas.
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31 Oct to 09 Nov. - With our February sold out we're set to have a busy road cycling year in Morocco. Contact us or the latest news on this exciting road cycling location, which includes a Christmas departure!!
A superb road cycling holiday in Morocco. With its roots in Africa, but charged with eastern exoticism, Morocco represents the closest truly different destination to Britain. Morocco is a vast wilderness of towering mountains and desolate desert where rural life has hardly changed in hundreds of years.
With an ever expanding...
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