Salé

  • The ancient brick walls of the fortifies city glow as the sun goes down
    © Wilfried Louvet
    The ramparts of Salé, Morocco

    The ancient brick walls of the fortifies city glow as the sun goes down

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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