Explore Morocco's blue pearl "Chefchaouen", the most charming city in Morocco in terms of the amazing blue buildings and customs.
Sightseeing and walking through the blue streets of the old medina of Chefchaouen to see the amazing handicraft shops, the smell of local food mixed on the air, to be in real touch with natives.
Buy souvenirs from artisanal shops for instance woven rugs and blankets, and bargain sellers.
Admire the beauty of the forests, rivers, and lakes in the Rif Mountains.
Visit Ras el-Ma, head of the water, A place where fresh mountain waters gather drips its way into the city, This place is known for local people pool . It is a better place to see a new concept of life in which people clean their clothes in the fresh air.
The Kasbah Museum, dated back to the early 18th century, it includes a collection of archaeological pieces that tell the story of Chefchaouen, with relics of pottery, antique weapons, and musical instruments. There is also an art gallery inside the museum. Visiting here is a must to learn about exciting the history and culture of this beautiful city.
Explore the main square known as Plaza Uta el-Hammam, which represents a combination of the Arabic and Spanish architecture in a fabulous way. You can see the Chefchaouen buildings as a flawless hand painting. This space helps you to relax and enjoy the mountains overlooking the city.
Admire the Grand Mosque from the outside.
Drinking & enjoying the Moroccan tea in a very refreshing place.