Safi Travel guide
Safi : Michelin's recommendations
Although Safi lives mainly from phosphate exports, its uninviting port facilities are not exactly a drawing card, contrary to potters’ hill, north of the city centre, where you can watch the production of handmade pottery (also for sale). On either side, the Kechla bastion, built by the Portuguese in the 16C, houses the National Ceramics Museum, while the Sea Castle (Qsar el-Bahr) defies the ocean’s waves. Between the two, you can visit the medina and the Safi Museum devoted to folk arts and traditions.
Tourist attractions Safi : Things to see and do
Bd du Front de Mer MA - Safi
Boulevard du Front de Mer leads to the entrance of the fishing harbour. Safi is one of the world's great sardine ports. The sardine fishing, which starts in May, feeds into a dozen canneries in the southern part of town. It's a colourful spectacle fu..
MA - Safi
The marabout of Sidi-Bouzid is located on the cliffs at an altitude of 120m. From here you have a panoramic view of Safi, the harbour and cliffs on the coast. In clear weather you can see the peaks of the Atlas Mountains.
11 Place de l'Indépendance MA - 46000 Safi
Located in Safi, Hôtel Riad Asfi is 400 metres from the beach and 1 km from the Port. It offers a 24-hour front desk, a restaurant with sea views and rooms with free Wi-Fi access. Serviced by a lift, all the air-conditioned rooms feature a flat-scr..