Visiting the Local Farmer’s Market is truly a must when visiting Morocco’s Blue City, Chefchaouen.
Despite the blue city be hidden in the Rif Mountains, it’s charm is no secret to the world, and not much is nowadays off the beaten track over there.
I can’t understand why you don’t really see people recommending visiting the farmer’s market, it’s probably the best-kept secret in Chefchaouen… There were very few tourists when I was visiting.
Maybe is just because I can’t resist a market, while most people don’t give a damn about it… The only thing I know is that If there’s a farmer’s market close by, I’m there!
True to be told I’m the same at home, I like to buy good fresh produce that is locally grown, and support local farmers.
Local Farmer’s Market
Chefchaouen’s Farmer’s Market is full of fresh produce that is locally grown. Pure temptation to the eye and the stomach. A great place to go for a walk first thing in the morning. All the colours and smells are the perfect combination for a memorable experience.
The market happens three days a week, Monday, Thursday and Saturday. On these 3 days, the farmers of the Rif valley come down to the city to sell their wares.
Have you been to Chefchaouen?
photography – all rights reserved – Ana Rocha
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I have been to Chefchaouen last April, it was lovely. Glad you wrote about the market. You may like to see my blog on the town http://travelgaltravels.com/2019/06/18/the-ultimate-town-of-colour