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Taza Travel guide
Taza : Michelin's recommendations
A veritable citadel built at the tip of a steep plateau, the Taza medina commands the mountainous corridor dividing the Rif from the Middle Atlas and connecting the steppes of eastern Morocco with the fertile plains on its Atlantic side. The remarkable site, animated souks and the expansive view from the ramparts are worth the visit.
Tourist attractions Taza : Things to see and do
The cliff road that runs through the region of Tazzeka, southwest of Taza, overlooks Ras-el-Oued Falls - the waters are abundant from November to May - and leads to a spring flowing through ash, cherry and olive trees, due to a resurgence of water ab..
The medina stretches west of town and is crossed by a major north-south artery (with four successive names). In the upper section you can see the outside of the Great Mosque (12C) before reaching the rather hushed atmosphere of the souks with their g..
It is in its souks, partially covered with masonry, vine arbours and reeds, that Taza has best preserved the character of its Berber town. The mats and rugs are made in the nearby mountains by the Beni Ouarain tribe. Turn left after the Market Mosque..