Chefchaouen Morocco is located in the center of the Rif Mountains. The name of this city refers to the mountain top shape of the two mountains just above it which looks like horns of a goat. Literally, the word “Chef Chaouen” means “look at the horns.” The appearance of the place in Chefchaouen is quite very simple. Walls and houses are painted with white while their doors are painted with striking blue colors. When in the skyline of Chefchaouen, you will find yourself between the two mountains. One of the freshest water sources can be found at the end of the valley just between the two mountains.
Chefchaouen Morocco is also a popular destination for shopping. Many native handicrafts can be found here that are not available anywhere in Morocco such as woven blankets and wool. Also an added food attraction to the tourists is their goat cheese. Other goods that are carefully handcrafted by the natives of Chefchaouen are shoes and things made of leather, furniture made of cedar wood, pottery, dyes, and henna. Eating in this town is not a problem as there are many restaurants and cafes available almost anywhere. Try out the Tagines which is one of the best dishes you will ever had in Morocco. Other restaurants that you could try are Restaurant Assada and La Lampe Magique. Early dinner is around seven in the evening and reservations are not quite applicable so better get there early before the resto gets flooded with a lot of tourists.
For the travelers looking for cheap hotels and budget hotel packages, you can find 200 hotels in Chefchaouen Morocco offering the cheaper to the most extravagant packages. Aside from this, backpackers and trekkers will not get bored for pursuing a trip like this. The are tour and activity packages for every tourist who would like to do trekking, cliff hanging or rock climbing available on each side of Chefchaouen.