Chefchaouen – The Blue PearL



    Chefchaouen is a beautiful Medina with blue and white walls that was previously a Berber station. Located high in the Rif Mountains .  It was a Moorish fortress for the exiles of Spain . The main square is considered the heart of Chefchaouen with the Kasbah built in the 18th century, the central mosque and cafes with original menus of Moroccan style. The market is full of traditional Moroccan and tourist souvenirs. The medina is small and the city is easy to explore, so you can walk to the main square and the souks that sell a range of products .


         The city of Chefchaoeun is an essential part of any visit to northern Morocco. Explore the “blue pearl” of the Rif Mountains on a full day tour from Tangier to Chefchaouen and discover the exotic alleys of this amazing city. In this city streets are painted in a distinct palette of blue and white, and go see the thriving market where unique Riffian craftsmanship is sold. Discover the atmosphere of the 18th century Kasbah and take your time in the lively cafes of the main square. Stroll through the city’s well-preserved mellah, once the home of a Jewish community.


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