Plaza Uta el-Hammam
The heart of the medina is the shady, cobbled Plaza Uta el-Hammam, which is lined with cafes and restaurants, all serving similar fare....
Only open for exhibitions.
The kasbah is a heavily restored walled fortress that now contains a lovely garden, a small Ethnographic Museum , and an even smaller...
It's hard to make a choice between the dozen or so cafes on the main square. Menus are virtually identical – continental breakfasts,...
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Grande Mosquée information
The plaza is dominated by the red-hued walls of the kasbah and the adjacent Grande Mosquée. Noteworthy for its unusual octagonal tower, the Grande Mosquée was built in the 15th century by the son of the town’s founder, Ali ben Rachid, and is closed to non-Muslims.