Azemmour is surrounded by a beautiful rampart.
Azemmour is the least visited of all the coastal towns. It stands at the place where the Oumm er-Rabi'a (the biggest river in Morocco) flows into the Atlantic, just north of El Jadida and south of Casablanca . The Portuguese built a circuit of walls which remain intact. The most impressive views of the walls and the medina are from across the river. The old town has an interesting mellah (old Jewish town) and is worth a stroll.
The embroidery of Azemmour is beautiful and well-known in Morocco. If you are interested in bird-watching, there are some rewarding areas near the mouth of the river.