Workshop in Sefrou

Funduq Ghazl

This beautifully restored funduq (ancient caravanserai) now houses textile artisans, including women. There are tailors, thread bobbiners, tassel- and passementerie- makers, and embroiderers. Don't miss the...

Area in Sefrou


The Oued Aggaï flows through the centre of Sefrou's medina, opening the place up and giving it more of an airy feel than that of many old medinas. Although it's still a maze, there's not much to it so navigation...

Museum in Sefrou

Sefrou Museum of Multiculturalism

Located in the old carpenters funduq, this small museum tells the story of Sefrou in an inventive way. It exemplifies the multiculturalism of Morocco, with Sefrou as an example, highlighting the contributions...

Workshop in Sefrou

Funduq Fès Jdid

This is a beautifully restored funduq (ancient caravanserai) where weavers work on large looms, alongside slipper makers and tailors. Don't miss the artisans upstairs on the 1st floor.

Park in Sefrou

Jardin Al Kanatir Al Khairia

Skirting the western walls of the medina, Sefrou's public gardens are wedged into a small valley and feel a little like the lost world. Towering tangles of trees tripping down, down, down to the river create a...

Waterfall in Sefrou

Cascades de Sefrou

It's a leafy 1.5km walk west of town to the Cascades, a modest waterfall. On a hot day, it makes for a pleasant escape. Follow the signs from Ave Moulay Hassan around Al Qala (a semi-fortified village) and along...

Workshop in Sefrou

Funduq El Kshub

This funduq sells wooden furniture, including some old turquoise-painted Jewish pieces if you're lucky. It's the home of the Sefrou Museum of Multiculturalism.

Jewish Site in Sefrou

Jewish School

Just south of Bab Merba, this former Jewish school with its own synagogue is now closed, but you can still peak through the doors – it's pretty rundown. If you're interested in seeing more, try to find the...