French Colonies and Protectorates, General Information: May 1915 (Classic Reprint)

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In addition to all this, its proximity to France is a reason to attract to the new protectorate colonists, merchants, industrial workers and tourists.

The climate of Morocco is very healthy and agreable, not so dry as in the other parts of Berbery: temperate on the coast and more uniform in going farther south. On the Atlantic coast, winter is never cold (minima 6 to 8° centigrades above 0°) and summer never very hot (maxima 26 to 30°).

The interior plains (Rharb, Sebou valley, Chaouìa, the regions of Fez and Marrakech) are warmer than the average in summer, and in the mountain regions where snow-falls are not uncommon, it is decidedly colder in winter.

On the whole the year is divided in two seasons, the rainy season, which corresponds to winter and last from november to april, and the dry season from may to october.

The climate of Morocco is in all cases suitable to European people who can remain all the year round in the country without any inconvinience to health.

The ports of the Protectorate, principally Casablanca, are connected with Marseilles and Bordeaux by two French navigation companies using fast steamers of the first class.

Paquet Company gives a fast service between Marseilles et Casablanca (with call at Tangiers), leaving Marseilles the first and the 16th of each month and making the voyage in about 70 hours.

Passenger fares 150 francs, 120 francs, 80 francs.

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