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All reviews street art beautiful artwork souvenir shops merchants selling seaside town narrow streets moroccan cities small city grand taxi shop owners few hours worth a visit every corner take pictures beautiful city bab al bahr murals on the walls
The Medina was pretty and very clean, with buildings painted blue & white or green & white and with tile decorations. There were still some murals left from the last festival. It is a small medina but still very much lived in, with the children...More
This is a small medina but worth taking a walk through. Its kept clean though. There are 2 gates to this beautiful medina: The Bab Al Bahr and the Bab Al Kasbah. The medina is guarded by forts and is beside the Atlantic Ocean.There is...More
This Médina is probably like every other one in Morocco although it is by the sea which gives it an edge. It’s got the usual type of souvenir shops but it does boast Street Art which is a little different.
Really impressed with the relaxed atmosphere you can find in the medina in Asilah compared to Tangiers. I know its smaller, but I really enjoyed it. Equally impressed with how clean they keep it and make sure it stays that way. No stray cats or...More
We took a half day trip to Asilah from Tangier. It was a great outing. We took a hired car with driver from the Hilton Hotel in Tangier. Asilah is a very quaint sea side town. We enjoyed walking around the clean and small Medina.
There are lots of paintings on the walls of the houses which are really works of art along with many shops where you can see the artists working. A number of jewellery shops and clothes and shoe shops. A gem of a place to spend...More