Chefchaouen, also known as Chaouen, and nicknamed the Blue City, is a relaxed town in the Atlas mountains in northern Morocco. The city is known for its blue houses, mountainside views, and readily available smoking products.
From the Chefchaouen Travel Guide
Lovely riad, comfortable, clean, and with excellent service. Great value for a traveler who wants a welcoming home base to explore a beautiful city from. The detail and decoration are lovely, the terrace a great place to relax, and the family that runs it are friendly and fun people. ... more
Friendly staff and very clean! was a little too lonely planet in terms of guests but essentially good value for money right in the centre of town. ... more
. But that's worth the trip. If you can only afford to visit the north, I recommend Chefchaouen - the city ...
Tetouan, Tangier, Chefchaouen, Asilah, Larach, Alhoceima people are more influenced by spanish language ...
Day 11 - Fes - Volubilis - Chefchaouen
16 July On the way to Chefchaouen, we stopped at the 2000 year old Roman ruins of Volubilis. After lunch overlooking the hill town of Moulay Idriss we drove on to Chefchaouen and, late afternoon, checked into another disappointing hotel. Chefchaouen is a town with considerable charm. We strolled ...
Posted in Wanderlust by echo75
chefchaouen to algeciras (via tetouan, tanger med, ceuta)
saturday: got absolutely soaked yesterday when we walked into chefchaouen, so sadly didn’t appreciate, or really see, the pretty blue town! we managed to get a few necessary supplies before giving up and getting a taxi back to the site. asked derek and tish round for drinks and they came about 7.30pm (MT ...
Posted in our motorhome adventure by spiderface
Segunda noche en Chefchaouen y mañana para Fez
Nuestra segunda y ultima noche en Chefchaouen ya esta en curso, y mañana nos vamos para iniciar la ultima etapa de nuestro viaje - Fez, Meknes, Casablanca, Essaouira y de vuelta a Agadir a trincar el avion. Me da pena dejar el sitio este ahora que le he empezado a pillar el tranquillo al laberinto de ...
Posted in Don Alonso's Travel Blog by donalonso