The Medina of Chefchaouen – Chefchaouen or Chefchaouen or – is fairly quiet and small. If we go into it by some of its 5 doors and let go by the senses, we will be flooded at times by so many new sensations, smells like fresh bread from the wood oven or ready to eat Tajin.
The wide variety of colors of different products to shops and bazaars contrast with the dazzling blue-white house. The blend of voices and sounds unknown, will guide you through the serpentine streets to inevitably reach the meeting point and rest, Plaza Uta el-Hammam.
Here in the shade of the mulberry tree, you can unwind with a drink in a restaurant or cafe, watching the comings and goings of the people and the beauty of the Great Mosque and the Kasbah front.
A few steps ahead is the Plaza de Makhzen the Parador hotel and public parking, from where you can take an alley off to the northeast at Bab el-Ansar and Ras el-Maa source, one of the city’s most Pretty Chefchaouen. Under the soothing sound of water can be lowered by the creek, watch as women do laundry and work as todavíalos watermills. This beautiful trail leads to Rif Sebbanin, neighborhood laundries with Square Sebbanin and fifteenth-century mosque.
WHAT TO DO IN CHAOUEN?
– Visit the gardens of the Kasbah and its small museum that houses a modest collection of ancient weapons and tools, textiles and some historical photos of the city and there is also an art gallery within the walls.
– Climb the small mosque Jemaa Bouzafar from Ras el-Maa to see sunset
– Or upload directly to the mountain-recommend-guided morning to enjoy the magnificent nature