Day Trip From Fes to The Blue City of Morocco
After breakfast pack up and drive toward the Rif’s area where Chefchaouen is located, a gorgeous city with a strong and vibrant cultural heritage.
Due to its proximity to the Spanish enclave of Ceuta the city knows a huge amount of tourists along the year.
This Moroccan jewel is well renowned for its shady alleyways, blue-rinsed houses and several restaurants especially those overlooking the grand Tariq-Ben Ziad mosque which is built in an Andalusian style like many other Andalusian architecture in the city, such as the scenic Kasbah, and Hispanic flavored town at the center of the medina.
Chefchaouen is a shopping destination par excellence, boasting a wide range of native handicrafts, such as wool garments and woven blankets.
The goat cheese native to the city is also not to be missed and it is very popular with visitors.
Once the trip finishes you will be taken back to Fez.