Chefchaouen, the blue jewel of Morocco, wearing the blue sky, beautifully perched beneath the raw peaks of the Rif mountains, once you arrive you will immediately fall for its magic.
A town as rich in history as its beauty, the city was founded in 1471 by Mulay Alí Ben Rachid, located in an enclave difficult to access, the city served as a base to restrain the entrance and influences of the Portuguese of Ceuta .Chefchaouen’s blue walls are a popular subject of interest. The blue is said to symbolize the sky and heaven and serve as
a reminder for spiritual life.
Your sightseeing begins with the old city (Medina) called Uta el Hammam, which boasts a beautiful fusion between Arab and Spanish influences, it’s a photographer’s delight, and one of the few places in Morocco that has an octagonal minaret next to the Grand Mosque.
Afterwards, take a short hike, up to rass el ma. It sits halfway up to the top of the Medina where you can discover the public laundry builded on running water spring where local women gather to wash clothes and chat
After your visit you are rewarded with a breath-taking view over the city and the surrounding mountains.
From Tangier To Chefchaouen
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