Digital Nomad Guide to Marrakech, Morocco
Coffee shops with Wifi, coworking and coliving spaces in Marrakech.
Where to stay in Marrakesh, Morocco
Djemaa el Fna, Mouassine and the Medina
Well known as the heart of Marrakech, this is a lively area in the centre of the city. Find souqs, food stalls and snake charmers all within walking ditsance. This is also where you can find Outsite Marrakesh.
Gueliz is a quieter alternative to the Medina, home to Jardin Majorelle. There's a heavier European influencer here with open plazas and more contemporary shops.
Kasbah and Mellah
This is one of the cities first neighborhoods, first inhabited in 1062, now home to many of the main attractions including Bahia Palace and Saadian Tombs.
Digital Nomad Communities in Marrakech
There are a handful of coworking spaces in Marrakech, which have created the infrastructure for a small digital nomad community. All Members staying in Outsite Marrakech have access to the local WhatsApp group to meet other remote workers staying in the city.
Coworking Spaces in Marrakech
Coliving Spaces in Marrakech
Outsite Marrakesh is a 20 room coliving space in Massouine, Marrakech. There's a pool, hammam and rooftop terrace for all guests to use. There's high speed wifi, a workspace and air conditioning in all rooms.
Best cafes with Wifi in Marrakesh
Café Des Épices Marrakech Medina
This is a small and trendy coffee bar tucked into Derb Rahba Lakdima. They have fast Wifi, but some reviews report it doesn't always work - this space serves breakfast and pastries too.
This is a more modern establishment with fast Wifi, chairs, coffee and breakfast options.
Day trips and things to do in Marrakech
A manicured botanical garden, just a 10 minute taxi from the centre of Marrakech. This space also holds the YSL Museum.
Botanical gardens 1 hour south of Marrakesh, hosting works from Rodin and Warhol.
Yoga studios and gyms in Marrakech
Dar Anis Yoga Studio
Dar Anis offers yoga classes, healthy meals and massages - it's 5 minutes away from Outsite Marrakech.
Getting Around Marrakech
Marrakech is hot, and the roads surrounding the Medina are hard to navigate on foot. You can walk around the neighborhoods, but it's standard practice to get taxis for longer distances.
Is there Uber in Marrakech?
No, there is no Uber in Marrakech.
Do you need a visa to enter Morocco?
Most citizens from European countries will not need a visa to enter Morocco for up to 90 days. US and UK citizens do not need avisa to enter Morocco for 90 days, either.
Check out Outsite Marrakesh for your next remote work trip in Morocco.