Terrasse des Paresseux
The aptly named Terrasse des Paresseux provides sweeping views of the port and, on a clear day, Gibraltar and Spain. A set of ancient...
Mohamed Drissi Gallery of Contemporary Art
Hole in the Wall Bar
For chuckles only, walk up Rue Prince Héretier from the Terrasse des Paresseux one-and-a-half blocks and you will see a pair of swinging...
Fast Food Brahim
Great made-to-order sandwiches. You can’t go wrong here with half a baguette filled with kefta (spicy lamb meatballs) and salad to eat...
21 Rue du Prince Héritier · interesting places nearby
The interior is thoroughly unassuming, but the checked tablecloths, red wine and Gallic crooning in the background give this place more than a hint of French bistro. Meals are good and hearty, with the free use of fresh herbs raising the succulent tajines to a level above the usual fare.