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The Spanish atmosphere and the Art Deco architecture are two reasons to visit this coastal town. It was not too long ago, 1969, that Spain relinquished its enclave. It sits on a cliff top and is full of fantastic architecture and ironwork. Wander in the Andalusian garden and tiled fountain in the main square, Place Hassan II. Don’t miss the buildings, the Spanish consulate, which is now closed, makes the city look like it belongs in a country of itself. All of the buildings are painted in pastel shades and are in quite good condition. The PTT and the lighthouse are other examples of this town’s unique art-deco architecture.
There is a Sunday souk, filled with storytellers and musicians in an abandoned airstrip near town. The beaches are ok, but not great. The overall relaxed atmosphere of the town makes for a pleasant visit.