The national capital Rabat is located 230 miles (370 kilometers) west of Taourirt.
To understand why so many holiday-makers go for Morocco as a vacation destination, make sure you and your family set aside some time to explore the places surrounding Taourirt. El Aioun, is 25 miles (40 kilometers) to the southwest, while Guercif is located 30 miles (48 kilometers) to the northeast.
Discover some of the pieces of the region's rich cultural fabric within Morocco's excellent palaces, art museums and craft workshops. Faith is a pivotal element of every place's DNA, so spend a little time in Morocco's mosques and other religious sites.
There are some great ways for thrill seekers to make the most of the outdoors around Taourirt. Four-wheel driving and mountain biking are just two ways active visitors can get their thrills. Watersports are a popular activity here. Take the opportunity to go surfing or swimming; this region has some great areas for it.
Morocco cuisine has its own unique flavors, so take the time to try the food in Morocco. Common ingredients in this part of the world are cumin and aniseed. Merguez (lamb sausage) and rfisa (chicken on pancake pastry) are two regional treats worth trying. Once the main course has settled sample the delicious ma’amoul (shortbread nut pastry). Have a glass of Spéciale Flag while you are here. It is one of the region's most common beers. Why don't you enjoy a wine to have with your food? Alicante and grenache are a couple of safe bets. Taste a sharbat billooz (almond milk), an non-alcoholic Morocco drink that is very common in this region.
So dust off your camera, fill up your suitcase and head off to this extremely special part of the planet.