Sidi Ifni Overview
One of the least explored Morocco tourist places, Sidi Ifni is known famously for its stunning Art Deco architectural marvels and typical Spanish vibes. This place was surrendered by Spain to Morocco back in 1969 and the faded art deco structures are still evident of the haunting colonial ambitions. This place served as the center for slave trading in the times gone by. It was also used as a fish exporting hub by Spain in the later period.

Once dusk takes over the place, Sidi Ifni seems like a beautiful mystic outpost. The entire town has been painted in white and blue and the locals show amazing support for the Spanish football teams. One can also hear loud Spanish music playing in the quaint cafes of this place. The amazing Atlantic waves of the beaches of Sidi Ifni call for the avid surfers.

Location: Sidi Ifni Province, Morocco

Highlights: Spanish colonial feels, Art deco buildings, surf beaches
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