The village of Bhalil is really not on the beaten track of tourism in northern Morocco.It is a very charming village, with fairly well-kept houses, a seasonal river dividing it and covered with numerous bridges. When you climb up to the top, you will pass through the good parts of the Morocco that is about to disappear, where people work in the streets, making simple handicrafts or preparing crops of different kinds, all in a relaxed tone. The view from the top is beautiful, with a green valley and small hill tops.The cave houses in Bhalil stand next to ordinary "over-ground" houses, and there is no other difference between them than practical ones. Digging into the cave allows good conditions for keeping a home cool in summer and keeping the worst cold out in winter. The facades of the cave houses can therefore be easy to pass by, they do about the same decor work and put up the same walls in front as for the "over-ground" houses.
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Spend a wonderful day visiting the Berber towns of Sefrou and Bhalil from Fez - get away from the city and discover waterfalls, caves, beautiful natural scenes, and learn about the culture and history of these fascinating Berber villages.
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