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For a change of scene on your holiday in Morocco, Safi at only 1 ½ hours from Marrakech, is reknowned for it’s beautiful pottery at good prices. As one of the most important ports in Morocco, Safi does have a fair number of factories, but it is a good place to get to know what a real Moroccan town is all about. The city attracts tourism because of its fishing port, historical monuments, pottery village and traditional art and music. In Safi, you will find a whole neighbourhood of pottery workshops, where you can pick out and haggle over some of the most unique pottery in Morocco including glass, pottery and porcelain. The medina in Safi, surrounded by a Portuguese wall, is also worth a visit and the Portuguese citadel offers good views over Safi town and the sea. Holiday accommodation in Safi is easy to find with a good choice of rental accommodation. Whether you rent a ‘riad’ (properties previously owned by Sultan princes, aristocrats, and noble families!), a villa or an apartment, you will feel you have experienced ‘traditional’ Morocco! Being on the coast, Safi offers a choice of beaches with a beach actually in Safi with good swimming and waves for surfing and four beautiful beaches close by. Safi has a choice of restaurants and tourists should not miss savouring the delicious seafood on offer. For the more adventurous holiday maker, through its geographical position, Safi is ideally located to be a base camp for excursions to great destinations such as Marrakech, Essaouira and El Jadida. Due to it’s position and unspoilt nature, Safi is set to become one of the future unmissable holiday destinations on the Atlantic coast of Morocco. When to go to Safi With a sub-tropical climate, Safi sees very little rain from March to October with temperatures peaking at 30ºC (86ºF) in July and August and never dropping below 15ºC (59ºF) in winter. This makes Safi an ideal holiday destination for those who prefer mild weather!

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