One land and a mix of cultures, religions and civilizations split by the Mediterranean sea...
Morocco and Spain might have been condemned to live eternally separated since the hero Heracles split the
mountain range into two, creating the Strait of Gibraltar to subtly link the Atlantic ocean and the
Mediterranean sea. Both seashores have however been strongly bond throughout the history: a melting pot
where many civilisations have lived and co-existed together. Today the trace of history is still noticeable
in the architecture and the character of people on both sides of the Mediterranean sea.
Get immersed in ancient traditions by visiting the Andalusian white villages where
you may hear in
the distance a raspy voice singing flamenco sorrowfully in the night...
...but also rejoicing in the morning before going to pick olives to pull out afterwards the oil,
commonly known as the liquid gold in this region.
Cross to the other side and wonder with the many similarities that you
find in Northern Morocco, where distinctively nights always see you off with the
soft singing of a
muezzin calling to prayer.
Andalusia and Morocco have been sharing much more than sun and landscapes for a long time and now
you have the opportunity to open the doors of this exclusive bridge between cultures.