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  • M'diq, Morocco

    M'diq (known as Rincon in Spanish) is a small village in the Tétouan province. In the summer it is very popular among Moroccan and foreign tourists alike due to the beautiful landscape, its beach, and also its proximity to the famous Marina Smir (15km from M'diq). The...

    0 by Jennifer, 19 days ago
  • The Town of Fez

    Fezis a Moroccan town, situated in the centre of the country, around 120km from the town I was born in Taza and 200km east of the capital city Rabat between the Rif and Middle Atlas mountain ranges. The city, founded in the 7th century by the sultan Idriss 1, is the...

    0 by Kieran, 19 days ago
  • The Town of Fez

    Fez is a Moroccan town, situated in the centre of the country, around 120km from the town I was born in Taza and 200km east of the capital city Rabat between the Rif and Middle Atlas mountain ranges. The city, founded in the 7th century by the sultan Idriss 1, is the...

    0 by Kieran, 19 days ago
  • Marina Smir, Morocco

    Marina Smir is the name of one of the beaches in the province of Tétouan. This paradise is located on the Mediterranean coast, 24 km north of the city of Tétouan. Life at Marina Smir This location doesn't really have a local population, except for a few farmers and...

    0 by Jennifer, 19 days ago
  • Saïdia, Morocco

    Saïdia is a small town in the Berkane province situated in Morocco's eastern region on the Mediterranean coast, it is precisely 65km from the city of Oudja, the region's capital. Life in Saïdia The local population is made up of fishermen and smugglers (they have...

    0 by Jennifer, 20 days ago
  • Taza, a town in Morocco

    Taza is my hometown, it is a Moroccan town situated in the north east of the country. It is 120 km from Fès and 230 km from Oujda. The town is located between two mountain ranges; the RIF mountain range and the Atlas mountain range at an altitude of 550m. It is the...

    0 by Jennifer, 24 days ago
  • Chefchaouen, Morocco

    Chefchaouen is a Moroccan city located northwest of Morocco at 120 km from Tétouan. This city, built on an altitude of 600m on the RIF chain, is one of the favorite tourist destinations for Moroccans and foreigners who love to visit mountains. Chefchaouen is...

    0 by Chrys, one month ago
  • Targha, Morocco

    Targha is a small village on the coast of the Mediterranean sea, 174 km west of Al Hoceima and 53 km southeast of Tétouan. Life in Targha : The local population is comprised of farmers and fishermen, because of the good climate of the region and its position near the...

    0 by Chrys, 2 months ago
  • Erfoud, Morocco

    Erfoud is a town founded by the French in 1913 and is part of the Errachidia province. This town is known for being the capital of dates and fossils in Morocco, and it is also located in an area highly visited by tourists who love the desert. The dates of Erfoud: This...

    0 by Chrys, 2 months ago
  • Traditional Moroccan Dishes

    With regards to this subject matter, I chose to talk about traditional Moroccan dishes to show you the best dishes that you should taste while visiting Morocco. Couscous This dish, along with Tagine, is the most popular dish when it comes to talking about Moroccan...

    0 by Isabel, 4 months ago
  • Nador, Morocco

    Nador is a Moroccan city located in the north of the country, 137 km from Oujda and 344 km from Tetouan. This city, built between the Mediterranean Ocean and the Rif mountain range, is like a big shopping centre in the north of the country. Most of the merchandise sold...

    0 by Nathalie, 4 months ago
  • Moroccan Baking

    Moroccan pastry is rich in cakes which vary according to their native regions, and this mix makes Moroccan baking one of the most diverse in the world. Around this subject I'm going to tell you about some of the cakes I know of, and some that I urge you to try when you...

    0 by Fran, 4 months ago
  • Merzouga, Morocco

    Merzouga is a small village situated in the South East of Morocco near the border with Algeria, a part of the Errachidia province, about 55km from Erfoud. This village is very touristic, visited by many Moroccan and foreign tourists especially during the period from May...

    0 by Chrys, 4 months ago
  • Torres beach, Al Hoceima, Morocco

    Torres beach is a savage wonderful beach in the region of Al Hoceima City, it’s 50 KM far from Al Hoceima, I love this beach because it never becomes crowded, even in summer, because they are not so many houses around it, then people who like camping are most who...

    0 by reda, 9 months ago
  • Quemado beach, Al Hoceima, Morocco

    The town of AL-Hoceima, built on the cliff at the western end of the bay, overlooks the beach of Quémado, which offers exceptional panoramas. This beach, located at the foot of the cliff Quémado where you can see and amazing sunset, it is undoubtedly the most...

    0 by reda, 9 months ago
  • Cala Iris beach, Al Hoceima, Morocco

    Al Hoceima city has so many amazing beaches but the most beautiful is Cala Iris beach, it’s also an amazing seaside resort on the Mediterranean coast. This small sandy beach is around 60 km from Al Hoceima going west, It’s a part of a rural community named (Beni...

    0 by reda, 9 months ago
  • Legzira Beach, Morocco

    Legzira is a wonderful beach in the south-west of Morocco, located 10 km in the north of Sidi Ifni, and 150 Km to the South of Agadir. It’s so famous in Morocco by the strange and beautiful nature on the beach. Because there, the Atlas Mountains go inside the beach...

    0 by reda, 9 months ago
  • The blue pearl Chefchaouen

    In addition to its bright blue color all around , Chefchaouen is full of vast history expanding hundreds of years. The city might be small and old , but it's a comfortable place for travelers especially artists, it's a historical city that's representing the Moroccan...

    1 by Kârïm, 3 years ago

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