Sidi Ifni, a touch of Spain in Africa

  ” order_by=”sortorder” order_direction=”ASC” returns=”included” maximum_entity_count=”500″] Your bus arrives in Avenue Hassan II and you can feel the salty breeze on your face. Somebody greets you with a cheerful ‘Hola!’ as you walk down the streets lined with white and blue houses. A man sells cactus fruit outside one of the many arcaded houses and two women cross the street ahead of you to disappear in a narrow alley. Then you walk past beautiful but long abandoned colonial buildings and the eerie atmosphere of Sidi Ifni captures you. Sidi Ifni is located in the south of Morocco (if we don’t …

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