Salé

  • Separated from Rabat by an estuary, Sale has preserved its Merinid monument, one of the oldest in Morocco: the Bab el Mrisa Gate. Here, you will also find the Medina whose narrow alleys form a maze, the Medersa el Hassan, a Koran school, and the Borj, a 17th century bastion offering a breathtaking view of the ocean, the estuary and Rabat. The El Ghezel souk is worth visiting for its wool and the El ...
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  • One of Salé's beautiful Madrasahs
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  • The ancient brick walls of the fortifies city glow as the sun goes down
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  • Everyday life still seems a little stuck in a time warp in some parts of the city
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Amy Adejokun
Amy Adejokun Expert destination Morocco

Separated from Rabat by an estuary, Sale has preserved its Merinid monument, one of the oldest in Morocco: the Bab el Mrisa Gate. Here, you will also find the Medina whose narrow alleys form a maze, the Medersa el Hassan, a Koran school, and the Borj, a 17th century bastion offering a breathtaking view of the ocean, the estuary and Rabat. The El Ghezel souk is worth visiting for its wool and the El Merzouk souk for its jewellery.

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