Asilah is considered one of the most beautiful cities in Morocco, and it is one of its coastal cities. The city is located on the northern coast of the State of Morocco, knowing that the history of the city dates back to the sixteenth century, as the city is characterized by an important strategic location represented by its location on the main commercial road that was used by The Phoenicians; then it was controlled by the Portuguese, as it is distinguished by its ancient history, the original, and its varied culture, and it is worth noting that it includes a group of monuments, historical, such as the Portuguese Castle, and beautiful houses of two colors: the Glaucoma, and white.
The city of Chefchaouen has a special aesthetic status among the various Moroccan cities, as this city is located in the high mountains of the countryside, specifically in the northern side of Morocco, and it is famous for its charming blue color homes, located opposite the green, mountainous, brown color, in addition to that it is one of the cities Moroccan, which is predominantly Islamic, and Arab, and it is worth noting that the residents call it the “gift of the head of water”, meaning: the spring of water, from which fresh water emerges, as the city is famous for its ancient history and Andalusian architecture.
The city of Essaouira
Essaouira is one of the coastal cities located on the western coast of the state of Morocco, and it is famous for its beautiful charming buildings, amazing markets, and the city’s harbor that is full of boats, surrounded by walls, and it is considered one of the quiet cities that visitors visit to enjoy its charming beaches and picturesque, in addition to It allows the visitor to windsurf on its beaches, taste sea food, and enjoy its festival rich in world music.
Fez is considered the second largest city in the state of Morocco, and it is distinguished by its unique Islamic architecture, markets, and squares, in addition to that it includes the oldest university in the world, and also includes a group of historical and archaeological monuments, including: Al-Qarawiyyin Mosque, the Andalusian Mosque, and the walls of Fez Al-Bali , The North Tower, Dar Al-Batha, and the Carpenters Hotel and Watering.