The land with a lot of hidden treasures. A heady cocktail of colors, tastes, smells and melodies. This is Morocco. Discover it through colorful photographic clicks.
The small town in northeastern Morocco near the Mediterranean Sea is famous for its blue color that exists not only on the walls of homes, but anywhere you can imagine, from the streets, shops and yards up the doors and pots. This tradition was started by Jewish refugees in 1930 and still standing today.
Hotel Xaluca Dades
Perched at 1612 meters altitude in the heart of the Atlas Mountains, the hotel offers a swimming-Monitoring Centre of the surrounding area like blue touch the brown canvas valley torches.
No trip to Morocco is complete if you do not explore the desert on camelback or if you sleep under the stars.
The mausoleum of Moulay Ismail
One of the few attractions that are respectively accessible and non Muslims, yellow mausoleum is the final resting place of the commander of the 17th century. It goes without saying that you should take off your shoes and be quiet.
By Nicole P.