The splendid architecture of Kechla and the waters of the Atlantic crashing against its walls: this is one of the many outstanding popular paintings in Safi.

The fortress has been a sentinel on the ocean’s shores for five centuries. Its high crenellated towers offer admirable views of the surrounding area. It is an opportunity to admire the seafront, this provincial capital’s bustling and animated life.

The pottery district is particularly attractive. Craftsmen make marvels of terracotta and clay displayed in their shops’ windows and stalls. Safi is one of the Moroccan capitals of ceramics and in its streets, beautiful trinkets are designed to make charming souvenirs.

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