Essential for Sidi Ifni's marine commerce when the heavy fog inevitably rolls in from the Atlantic, this Spanish-era lighthouse has an interesting mosaic pattern to it. It's closed to the public, but worth passing by in concert with a tour of the town's other colonial-era sights.
Nearby Sidi Ifni attractions
1. Royal Palace
Trimmed by palm trees, this imposing building is adjacent to the relaxed Place Hassan II (formerly Plaza de España). This building in particular, with its…
2. Town Hall
One of Sidi Ifni's finest Spanish-era buildings, the stately hôtel de ville stands in a garden of cactus and plumbago, facing Place Hassan II. It's washed…
3. Twist Club
A poignant sign is the only evidence that this nightclub was once the place to be. There's nothing to see here these days, except images in your mind's…
4. Cine Avenida
Interesting art-deco building that was a cinema during Spanish days and is now occasionally used for concerts and art installations. The font of the…
5. Law Courts (Former Church)
This Spanish-era church displays a few Moorish design influences and is now used as law courts. It's closed to the public, but the curious might be able…
6. Former Spanish Consulate
One of Spanish Sidi Ifni's most attractive art-deco buildings, with a notable front porch ideal for the partaking of consular libations. Wonderfully tall…
The Sidi Infni post office still has a letterbox outside marked ‘Correos – Avion/Ordinario’ (Post – Air Mail/Ordinary).
The beach is big and rarely busy. While frequently rough waves make swimming inadvisable, its position beneath dramatic cliffs – as well as its…