Decorated with rugs, lanterns and jewellery, this licensed restaurant serves dishes including tajines, harira and the house speciality, nomad tortilla: kalia (minced mutton with tomato, peppers, egg, onion and 44 sp…
Order a Flag Special or Heineken from the inside bar and then retire to the outside deck for great views. Just the ticket if you've been mountain biking or hiking amid Tafraoute's quirky landscapes. Note it's an uph…
L’Étoile du Sud serves a good set menu in a rather kitsch Bedouin-style tent. You may have to share the place with tour groups, particularly at lunchtime, but the service is professional and on warm nights it’s one …
A good range of Berber and Tuareg products, including pottery, jewellery, cactus-silk blankets and camel-wool kilims (carpets). Products are sourced from across the Anti Atlas region, not just locally.
Recommended by readers, this is Tafraoute's favourite cafe for a continental breakfast in the morning sun. After serving breakfast, L'Etoile remains open for drinks throughout the day.
Berber handiwork and local souvenirs at reasonable prices. Hours are sporadic but adjacent shopkeepers usually phone owner Houssine Laroussi if he is not around.
Stocks Berber and Tuareg carpets, jewellery and souvenirs from the Atlas, Rif and Sahara. Also has a booth opposite Hôtel Salama.
A lively weekly souq takes place near Hôtel Salama. Small dealers sometimes sell Berber carpets here.
The Tafraoute area celebrates its almond harvest at the Almond Blossom Festival.
The covered terrace at Atlas is a popular local hangout, with cheese omelettes, brochette, tajines and sandwiches on the broad menu.