21 Jan 2019 - 22 Jan 2019

2 guests - 1 room

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Matthias Hagemann
Matthias HagemannStuttgart

lovely city on a mountain, the campsite is near the city not well guarded but we had no problem, in the city there are a lot of dealers they want to sell you illigal stuff

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Trip Editorial TeamMenlo Park

Chefchaouen is a popular tourist destination known for its beautiful blue-rinsed adobe buildings. In fact, much of the town is painted in different hues of blue, giving this mountainous city an other-worldly feel.

Mitch Colleran
Mitch ColleranSan Francisco

Blue. Blue. Blue. Very near city an friendlier people than Marrakesh and Fes.

Zora O'Neill
Zora O'NeillNew YORK!

Oooh, so blue... This is such a beautiful town--a bumpy, organic sprawl of interconnected adobe buildings, all washed in various shades of pale blue. (Merchants sell the pigments in bulk there--but what can I paint at home?) The mountains all around are great for hiking, and you can drink the water, as it comes from cold mountain springs. I haven't been in a few years, and I hear there has been some condo development, but it's hard to imagine the place has gotten too glitzy. (Edited to add after 2012 visit: condo developments haven't made a dent at all. People are still sweet and lovely, and the core medina is still thriving. It's definitely touristy, but not oppressively so.)

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