Chefchaouen itineraries



"Chefchaouen is best known for the blue-washed buildings that make it one of the most picturesque destinations in the country."thepoortraveler.net
"Chefchaouen is one of the main reasons I wanted to visit Morocco."passportandpixels.com
"Chefchaouen is also known for its more or less open sale and production of marijuana."indietraveller.co
"Chefchaouen is without any doubt the best city in all of Morocco and a must-see stop in your itinerary."journeywonders.com
"Chefchaouen: Photographing the Streets of Morocco (plan Morocco itineraries)'s Blue City."albomadventures.com
"Chefchaouen is also known as the blue city, a beautiful place with blue-washed buildings."youcouldtravel.com

East Morocco

Chefchaouens location

Chefchaouen at a glance

Calm City



2-3 nights


Cheap (2 of 5)

Level of costs

Around Chefchaouen


Sania Ramel Airport (TTU)

About Chefchaouen

Chefchaouen is a village with over 35,709 people. And also, enjoy the beautiful beaches at Chefchaouen. Chefchaouen is a green city with a lot of nature. And also, the nearest city of Chefchaouen is Tetouan. Chefchaouen is located in north Morocco. And also, there you find many historic places.

Things to do

This photo shows a dead end in Chefchaouen medina. All of the walls of the buildings are painted blue , the image that most often

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Chefchaouen is one of those towns that doesn’t require a well thought out itinerary. There isn’t a long list of things to do in Ch

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In the north of Morocco lies the city of Chefchaouen, the blue pearl of the country and my favorite destination so far in this new


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Eat & drink

If you’re staying a few hours or a few days, walking up and down the stairs and hills of the medina in Chefchaouen will sure bring

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Food is more-or-less the same in Morocco’s blue mountain city than the rest of the country. It’s pretty good. There are several op

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If you do not have breakfast included, the traditional Moroccan breakfast consists of khobz and mesemen which are basically two ty

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Worth to visit

Chefchaouen is a very picturesque village in Morocco. Seeing pictures of the blue city made me finalise my trip to Morocco as it w

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In my opinion, yes, Chefchaouen is definitely worth a visit. The city is different than the rest of Morocco. It definitely leans t

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Chefchaouen is a magical place I’ve been wanting to visit for a very long time. The colours, the peacefulness, the traditions, the

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Are you feeling blue? Then perhaps you should immerse yourself in the azure washed alleys and stairways of Chefchaouen , Morocco’s

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Although growing cannabis, and producing or selling hashish is illegal in Morocco, its consumption is quite spread. Popular touris

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Vibrant blue-washed buildings nestled into the sloping mountains. Blue is a symbol of the sky and heaven. One of the more unknown

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There aren’t many star hotels or riads available in the blue city, but a room in the luxury segment only costs €40 a night. ...


Saving money in Chefchaouen

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The outer blue circle shows the main medina area where you should look for a place to stay. The light blue line is where most of t

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Chefchaouen is a city that attracts backpackers from all over the world and because of this it has plenty of hostels and low budge

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Chefchaouen was our last stop for the 10 days trip we had in Morocco. Hotel booking was made lastminute, only a few days ahead bec

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