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Digital Nomads Morocco

A guide for Digital Nomads in Morocco

Why Morocco Is a Top Destination for Digital Nomads

You crave adventure. New cultures, new connections, new challenges.


As a digital nomad, your office is wherever your laptop is, so you might as well make it an exciting place! Have you considered Morocco? With stunning mountains and beaches, bustling cities, and a low cost of living, Morocco is a digital nomad’s dream destination. We love that it’s super convenient to Europe.. You can take a short plane ride or even the ferry from Spain, making it perfect for a winter escape! The year round sunshine makes it a great spot for sunshine seeking digital nomads. And to sum it up, Morocco just has something so uniquely itself. It's a blend of several beautiful cultures and the food is beyond delicious. 

In Morocco’s energetic capital of Casablanca, you can cowork at one of the city’s many great spaces, then stroll through the historic Old Medina. Or head to Marrakech, where you can soak in the buzzing Djemaa el-Fna square from a rooftop cafe.! Looking for beach life? Essaouira and Taghazout/Tamraght offer laid-back coworking spots, surfing, and sunsets over the Atlantic. 
The colorful, chaotic souks, slow-cooked tagines wafting through quiet alleys, and calls to prayer echoing through the streets - Morocco will ignite your senses. As a nomad there, you’ll meet fascinating locals and expats, find inspiration in unlikely places, and enjoy meaningful experiences at every turn. If adventure is calling you, Morocco awaits.


Come get lost in the magic with us!

Why Morocco Is a Top Destination for Digital Nomads

As a digital nomad, you crave adventure, culture, and community. Morocco delivers all that and more. This North African country is a top destination for remote workers and here’s why:

Gorgeous Weather Year-Round

Morocco’s Mediterranean climate means mild weather for most of the year. You’ll enjoy warm, sunny days and cool nights, perfect for working poolside or beachfront. The summer is hot but the winter is mild, so you can easily avoid extreme temperatures if you prefer. The desert areas can get very chilly at night so make sure you pack some warm clothes + in some cities ladies are recommended to cover their shoulders and dress a bit more conservatively to avoid unwanted attention.

Vibey Coworking Scene

Morocco is home to many coliving spaces and coworking spots, especially popular in beach towns like Taghazout and Essaouira. We love that Morocco is a more “off-road” nomad destination so its coworking spots have a lot of personality. Our partner Atlas coworking in Tamraght is built in a very traditional style and is absolutely gorgeous. You can sit outside on the balcony or catch some air conditioning inside when you need to cool down!

Special Cultural Experiences

After work, embark on an adventure in this exotic land. Explore the winding alleyways of Marrakesh, dine on flavorful tagines and couscous, listen to hypnotic Gnawa music, and witness a vibrant festival. Trek through the High Atlas Mountains, ride a camel in the Sahara desert, or learn to surf on the Atlantic coast. The options for adventure and cultural immersion are endless.

Low Cost of Living

Your money goes a long way in Morocco. You can rent a room for as little as $300 a month and dine out for under $10. This means you can work less and play more. Why not extend your trip and soak in all the sights and sounds this dazzling country has to offer? An affordable paradise for digital nomads, Morocco simply can’t be beat.

Coliving Options for Digital Nomads in Morocco

Morocco has become a hotspot for digital nomads and remote workers looking to combine work and adventure. Several coliving spaces have opened up to cater to this crowd, offering community and amenities to support your nomadic lifestyle.

Morocco is an ideal place for remote work and adventure. With stunning natural scenery, vibrant culture, and a low cost of living, you'll want to stay longer than expected. These coliving spaces provide the perfect home base to live, work and explore all this enchanting country has to offer. Come join the community!

Top Cities in Morocco for Digital Nomads

Morocco is a mecca for digital nomads seeking an exotic escape. Some of the top cities to set up your laptop and live out your nomadic dreams are:


A small beach town on Morocco’s Atlantic coast, Taghazout is a surfing hotspot with a laid-back vibe that attracts creatives and adventure-seekers. You’ll find coworking spaces by the beach, and a vibrant community of location independent travelers. The cost of living here is very affordable, at our Nomadico in Taghazout we have a variety of options including private apartments. When you need a break from work, you can catch some waves, go on a sunset camel ride, or take a day trip to nearby paradises like Imsouane or Sidi Kaouki.


This picturesque port city on Morocco’s coast has a hippie, bohemian feel with its ramparts, medina, beach, and Rif mountains as a backdrop. In recent years, Essaouira has become a magnet for digital nomads seeking an inspirational place to live and work. You’ll find beachfront coworking spaces, coliving houses, and a community of creatives collaborating on new ideas. The medina is filled with coffee shops, restaurants with sea views, and riads that now double as coworking retreats. When wandering the maze-like streets gets old, you can go kitesurfing, take a cooking class, or go on a game drive in a nearby reserve.

Exotic, alluring, and bursting with color, Marrakesh attracts nomads wanting an energetic city vibe. While the bustling Djemaa el-Fna square and souks can be distracting, you’ll find oases of calm in the many coworking spaces, coliving riads, and rooftop terraces around the medina. The year-round warm weather means you can work outside, surrounded by the snow-capped Atlas Mountains. When needing a break, relax in a hammam, go hot air ballooning at sunrise, or take a weekend  trip to the beach to visit us in Tamraght! The cost of living in Marrakesh is higher than other cities, but for many digital nomads, the experience is worth it.

Experiencing Moroccan Culture as a Digital Nomad

Experiencing the real Morocco is what being a digital nomad there is all about. As you work remotely from cafes or your coliving space, take time to immerse yourself in the local culture. Morocco has so much to offer, from bustling medinas to quiet countryside. Whether you’re in Marrakesh, Casablanca, or smaller towns like Taghazout, living like a local for a while will give you memories to last a lifetime!

Explore the Medinas

The historic medinas, or old cities, are the heart of Moroccan life. Lose yourself in the maze of alleyways, haggling for handicrafts in tiny shops and stopping for fresh orange juice or mint tea. In Marrakesh, check out the lively Djemaa el-Fna square with all its food stalls, acrobats, and fortune tellers. The medina in Fez, a UNESCO World Heritage site, is considered the best preserved old city in the Arab world and feels truly magical. Make sure to buy argan oil, leather goods and spices!

Venture into the Atlas Mountains

For stunning scenery, head to the Atlas Mountains. You can take day trips to hike through gorges, spot wildlife, and sample homemade honey. Some towns like Imlil and Azrou offer rustic lodging where you’ll experience traditional Berber hospitality. The High Atlas range has North Africa’s tallest peak, Mount Toubkal, which you can summit on an overnight trek.

Relax in Coastal Towns

Friendly beach towns like Taghazout, Essaouira, and Asilah offer a laid-back vibe perfect for remote work and rest. Go surfing or sunbathing, stroll the port, or watch the sunset from seaside ramparts. Essaouira in particular has a hippie-chic feel with its art galleries, music scene, and windswept ramparts. We love Tamraght as it’s a bit off the beaten path and you can have a more unique adventure.

Morocco’s diverse landscapes, flavors, and artistic heritage will fuel your creativity. Making local friends can lead to invites to weddings, hammams, or family meals. However long you stay, Morocco will work its magic. The hardest part may be saying goodbye!