Fez to Chefchaouen day trip will take you to see an artwork of the Mediterranean region. Chefchaouen is settled in the feet of two horn-like mountains, Megou and Tisouka. The people of this region constructed this city during the early wave of Spanish invasion of Northern Morocco. They built it as a hiding point of the resistance. The name Chefchaouen even means, “Look at the horns in Tamazight” (Moroccan Native Language).
Therefore, the Mediterranean identity of the local shows itself in the blue washed walls of the city’s inside. Walking in its maze-like streets gives a feeling of transcendence over time bringing everyone into the beautiful past of this region. No one really leaves this city without a feeling of appreciation of what human kind can when allied with nature with full integration. The people of this city have a unique relationship with Mother Nature and the colours it speaks. They simply paint their houses with what they see in the sky in a sunny day: Sky Blue. Their traditional clothes do not miss any other beautiful colour. You will enjoy a full day in this city. and then we back to fez city.