The Northern Atlantic Coast Sights

We’ve compiled the best of the best in The Northern Atlantic Coast - browse our top choices for the top things to see during your stay.

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Rabat 10

Casablanca 8

Salé 8

El Jadida 7

Skhirat Beach 4

Azemmour 3

Sidi-Bouknadel 3

Dar Bouazza 2

Moulay Bousselham 2

Mohammedia 1

Oued-Cherrat 1

El Oualidia 1

Mehdiya Plage 1

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Abderrahman Slaoui Museum

  • Museum/Gallery

One of the city’s few museums, the Abderrahman Slaoui is hidden away in a splendid Art Deco villa. Permanent exhibits feature a collection...

Abou el Hassan Merenid Medersa

  • Educational Institution

Turn left around the corner of the Great Mosque, and you'll see on your right the Abou el Hassan Medersa, built by the Merenid sultan...

Ahmed el-Amine

  • Store/Shop/Mall

Perhaps the most recognized of Azemmour's resident artists, Ahmed el-Amine has been painting in and around the medina for more than a...

Archaeological Museum

  • Museum/Gallery

Opened in 1931, the Musée Archéologique holds prehistoric, Roman, and Islamic-period artifacts discovered throughout the country. The...

Bab Rouah

  • Museum/Gallery

Currenly an art gallery, this city gate was built by Yaqoub al Mansour in 1197. To see it, go outside the city walls and look to the...

Battlements and Fortresses of Salé

  • Memorial/Monument/Tomb

A heavily fortified town for many centuries, Salé still has many traces of this eventful history preserved within its old medina walls.

Belghazi Museum

  • Museum/Gallery

In 1991 an entrepreneurial craftsman named Abdelila Belghazi was contracted to carve cedar decorations for the huge sliding domes on...

Bouznika Bay

  • Beach–Sight

This bay is one of the prettiest in the region and much loved by both Rabat and Casablanca locals. For this reason, it gets very crowded...

Chellah Ruins and Gardens

  • Historic District/Site

Chellah was an independent city before Rabat ever existed. It dates from the 7th or 8th century BC, when it was probably Phoenician.

Cité Portugaise

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To get to El Jadida's main attractions, the Portguese ramparts, otherwise known as the Cité Portugaise, drive south along the coastal...

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