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Sidi Ifni Morocco – The Charming And Sleepy Coastal TownThe charming, sleepy coastal town of Sidi Ifni Morocco, the last Spanish colonial outpost in Morocco, offers impressive Art Deco architecture and a hospitable Spanish atmosphere to its guests. Its cliff-top location with Andalusian-style gardens and tiled fountains are a testament to its Spanish roots – they left only in 1969. The buildings are painted in whimsical Easter-egg pastels – in contrast to the surrounding French-influenced towns with their rich palette of dark hues – which lend a peaceful and relaxed air.
Sidi Ifni Morocco
In the main square of Sidi Ifni Morocco, Place Hassan II, you can wander among some modest private homes, the now defunct Spanish Consulate, the law courts which were once a church, the town hall, the royal palace and the Hotel Bellevue which overlooks the beach and the port.
There is a Sunday souk in Sidi Ifni Morocco, held at an abandoned airstrip near the town, filled with storytellers and musicians. The beaches are pleasant, with camels wandering through the misty sea air, and quieter than the more established, but sometimes overrun areas around Agadir.
What Is Sidi Ifni Morocco
A sleepy coastal town.
Historical Significance Of Sidi Ifni Morocco
The last Spanish colonial outpost in Morocco.
Where Is Sidi Ifni Morocco
150 km (93 mi) south of Agadir.
When To Visit Sidi Ifni Morocco
What To See In Sidi Ifni Morocco
Art Deco architecture surrounding Place Hassan II.
Galerie de Sidi Ifni Morocco – The Charming And Sleepy Coastal Town