Monday, June 3, 2019




In an old Moroccan city, the 500-year-old blue magic tradition is preserved. The legend says
that women join in the night, to paint streets and homes, all in blue. Thousands of tourists e
each year visit the city to see this magical route. The city has acquired the nickname "Blue Pearl".
It is said that the Jews settled there after the expulsion from Spain in the 15th century. They painted them
blue houses, as a sign of cultural and religious beliefs. In Judaism, blue color represents
divinity.

Anyway, if you are planning a trip to Morocco, do not forget to make a stop in this absolutely sublime village, with intense and deep blue nuances .

Chefchaouen day trips is a small town perched in the mountains of northeastern Morocco offering a most magical Mediterranean setting. It is a place with the great blue corridors mythical whitewashed with lime and the authentic and welcoming atmosphere. After spending 2 days discovering the wonders of this blue paradise, I conclude that this is my favorite city in Morocco for its soothing atmosphere and its unreal beauty.




Without hesitation, go wandering among this blue labyrinth. A place that rests on tranquility, peace and harmony. I have probably met the most colorful people, but also the most smiling and generous of their time.


This city is a balm for the exhausted traveler, a muse for the passionate photographer and a jewel for the avid adventurer of discoveries. It is with a touch of nostalgia that I invite you to discover this funny medina. This old town where you will be offered as much mint tea as marijuana and where you can juggle between French and Spanish. This destination where you can take the time to let yourself go and enjoy calmly the cultural diversity of northern Morocco very different from the rest of the country.

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