The beach is big and rarely busy, though not always clean. At the south end is the port: Ifni’s economy is based on small-scale fishing, with most of the catch sold in Agadir. The odd construction just offshore is t…
Interesting art-deco building that was a cinema during Spanish days and is now occasionally used for concerts and art installations.
Looking out over the beach, this cliff-top building shaped like the bow of a ship was originally the Spanish Naval Secretariat.
The Sidi Infni post office still has a letterbox outside marked ‘Correos – Avion/Ordinario’ (Post – Air Mail/Ordinary).
Trimmed by palm trees, this stately building is adjacent to the relaxed Place Hassan II (formerly Plaza de España).
This Spanish-era church displays a few Moorish design influences and is now used as law courts.
This poignant sign is evidence of when this nightclub was a popular spot in the 1960s.
Showcasing a corner location and one of Sidi Ifni's finest Spanish-era buildings.
Essential for when the Atlantic ocean mist and fog inevitably rolls in.
One of Spanish Sidi Ifni's most attractive art-deco buildings.