Itinerary of Casablanca to Oualidia-Safi Tour:
A journey from Casablanca to Oualidia and Safi is a trip filled with stunning scenery, rich cultural heritage, and a chance to experience the best of Morocco’s coastline and countryside. If you’re ready for an adventure, then buckle up, because this is one road trip you won’t want to miss!
Casablanca to Oualidia-Safi tour is a popular activity in Casablanca. Oualidia is 188 kilometres from Casablanca; the one-way journey takes around two and a half hours. The journey is just as stunning as the destination, with breathtaking views of the Atlantic Ocean and the rolling countryside.
And when you finally arrive in Oulidia, you’ll be blown away by its charm and beauty. This coastal town is known for its stunning lagoon, which is a protected area and home to a variety of bird species. It’s a great place to take a stroll and admire the beauty of nature.
The wetlands are a haven for bird life and if you visit in spring or autumn you can admire the flock of pink flamingoes that takes up residence there., This charming seaside village is a popular holiday getaway for both local and international tourists. Oualidia is located next to a protected natural lagoon. It is famous for oyster production. The local restaurants here list oysters as the main dishes, among other seafood fresh from the sea. The cuisine will be the highlight for any foodie. Oualidia has a chilled-out vibe and is perfect for those who need time away from bustling city life. The golden beaches offer pretty views of the lagoon and flocks of pink flamingoes.
For those interested in history, Oulidia has a rich cultural heritage, with the ancient Roman ruins of Oulidia being a must-visit. These ruins offer a glimpse into the town’s past and showcase the influence of the Romans in Morocco.
After having lunch with seafood in Oualidia Safi is 50 kilometres south of the city of Oualidia.
Safi has been an important port since Roman times. It was the Almohad rulers who surrounded the city with grand ramparts and made it an intellectual and spiritual centre. The Portuguese occupied the city in 1508 and added to the architecture by building the stately Dar el Bahar Fortress on the shoreline – now the town’s most recognizable monument. Safi is Morocco’s most famous ceramic center, and once you’ve visited the fortress. Safi’s medina is a great place to spend an afternoon.
Pottery Souk as well as the National Ceramic Museum are the old town’s star attractions.
Foodies will love Safi, with its delicious seafood and local specialties. The town is famous for its “harira” soup, which is a traditional Moroccan soup made with lentils, chickpeas, and vegetables, and its “briouats,” which are small, fried pastries filled with meat or vegetables.
Confirmation will be received at time of booking
Not wheelchair accessible
Infants must sit on laps
Infant seats available
Most travelers can participate
This is a private tour/activity. Only your group will participate
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