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Larache, Morocco

 
The coastal town of Larache is the antithesis of Asilah. The whitewashed medina is in need of a paint job. The Qebitat, a 16th century Portuguese fort, is crumbling. The shops are short on souvenirs. Reaching Larache is somewhat complicated. So why take the kids? Larache is a laid-back port city. - There are hardly any hustlers and few foreign tourists. - The Moorish medina, while not comparable with the grand old quarters of the imperial cities, is experiencing a renaissance. The salt flats on the north side of Larache are great place to watch birds. The port-side fish market is an evocative ... Read Moreattraction. - Take in a fish auction. Eat grilled sardines. - The ancient settlement of Lixus is but 5 km from the city center. White sand beaches stretch from the Loukkos River. What's more, a family trip to Larache affords an authentic cultural experience.
Larache, Morocco

Larache, Morocco

Alfredo De Simone

Woman in Larache

Woman in Larache

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Artisan, Larache

Artisan, Larache

Alfredo De Simone

Zoco de la Alcaiceria

Zoco de la Alcaiceria

Alfredo De Simone

 

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