The region Fez-Boulemane

Overview of the Region

The region of Fez-Boulmane is the capital of traditional Moroccan culture, and the cradle of knowledge and enlightenment. It also has undeniable assets that promote the development of trade, including but not limited to: transport infrastructure of high quality, a large number of skilled workforce, and a diversity of economic activities.

The region of Fez -Boulmane is also a destination that has many tourist assets thanks to its captivating historical sites and its accommodations of high quality.

iconDim20,435 km²iconhab1,763,000 inhabitantsiconLocalFez City

Strengths of the region

Geographical Location

Ideally located in the northern center of Morocco, the region of Fez -Boulmane includes a part of the Middle Atlas Mountains that have a rich biodiversity of flora and fauna.

Fez is the capital of the region. It is the center of commerce and traditional crafts. Fez is connected by direct flights to many European cities and makes this region a good place to experience the heritage and culture, and suitable for investment.

Infrastructures & potentials

ico-zone International proximity
"Fez Sais" International Airport is only 15 minutes from downtown


A road and rail network of high quality

  • Road network: 2,671km
  • Motorway network: 67.63km
  • Rail network: 58,366 km
  • the region is connected to the east and west of the country by a 320 km highway linking Rabat, Fez and Oujda

A new railway station

ico-oeuvre A skilled human capital
an active population of 45.7%

ico-pole 14 industrial areas of activity including "Fez Shore" which is specialized in offshoring (20Hectares)

ico-touriste A rich and varied tourist offer
263 star-rated hotels

ico-hospitalier A University Hospital of 880 beds.

Our parks in the region

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Key figures

chiffre c Area: 20,435 km²
Population : 1,763,000 inhabitants
Urbanization rate: 73.6 %
Participation rate: 45.7 %
Regional GDP: 75 % of tertiary sector, 22 % of secondary sector and 3 % of primary sector