5 good reasons to go to Nador
To see / do
Culture et histoiry
Visit the Oulad Mimoun souk
Set aside a good few hours to visit the Oulad Mimoun souk, which features an incredible wealth of stalls and products. Prices are affordable (especially if you haggle), and you can take home both Moroccan and Spanish souvenirs, as the city of Melilla is not that far away. You can also try some of the local sweet treats, all of which are simply delicious!
Mar Chica, the spirit of Morocco
The beach resort of Mar Chica enables Nador to highlight a specific aspect of Morocco: the importance given to ecology. The country embraces both tradition and modernity, and is implementing policies that advocate sustainable development and the conservation of local flora and fauna. This is an intergenerational city to explore with friends or family.
Great for children
The city of Nador has everything to ensure your children enjoy their visit, with numerous play areas set up along the coastal road and beaches. Take the opportunity to spend time as a family while enjoying the beauty of the Mediterranean, all with peace of mind.
Go scuba diving
If you want to do something relaxing but a little different, then head down to one of the local beaches and have a go at scuba diving. El Kallat beach is particularly popular for diving, as are the crystal-clear waters at Charrana Beach or the Ras Kebdana coves. You could also go fishing and even barbecue your own catch on the beach!
Cape Three Forks
For a bit of an adventure, head to Cape Three Forks, just a few kilometres from Nador. Cape Three Forks is a headland of volcanic rock that has been hollowed out by erosion to form caves. The views from the cape are stunning, and Tibouda beach, with its small fishermen’s huts, is close by.
You can’t spend a few days in Morocco without trying the delicious couscous, which is cooked in lots of different ways. You can have it plain or with different spices, hot or cold, as a side dish or even as a dessert. In Eastern Rif, carrots and prunes are popular ingredients. The dish is traditionally served on Fridays for lunch, but it’s also available every other day of the week!
You can buy both sweet and savoury versions of this little triangular puff pastry. Briouats can be stuffed with minced meat, chicken, cheese or vegetables. The sweet version is made with sugar, orange blossom water, almonds and cinnamon. What a treat!
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