Thanks to the rich history and the Andalusian style the city characterized by, Chefchaouen is also called Little Granada , the most important attraction of the city lies in its extreme simplicity associated with an indescribable beauty, its narrow alleyways, ancient neighborhoods and the blue color that covers it entirely, make of it a touristic destination par excellence.
Chefchaouen is a peaceful city located in Morocco’s Rif Mountains, founded by Moulay Ali Ben Moussa in 1471 as a shelter for exiles from Spain.
However our excursion covers the city’s most important highlights such as the iconic Kasbah, where we will visit the ethnographic museum which is considered to be the most noticeable cultural landmark in the city, see the old prison and enjoy breathtaking views of the city from the top of the watchtower.
Take a stroll through the maze-like Medina’s blue streets and proceed toward the local market area to take the best glimpse into the authentic local culture including traditional art, textiles, goat cheese, and more…
We can’t pass by Chefchaouen without enjoying some of the tastiest traditional cuisine in one of the best terraces in the city accompanied by the exquisite sunset behind the mountains.
Once our trip ends, drive back to Fez.