Previously a former Spanish enclave, Sidi Ifni is the ideal starting point for a hike or a bivouac to discover the surrounding Berber villages. Between the sea, the mountain and the vast desert of the south, built on a rocky plateau, the town overlooks the Atlantic. Its beach, stretching for miles of fine sand, and edged with transparent water, is a paradise for water sports enthusiasts, and ardent surfers contented with its waves.
The main activity in the harbour is fishing for sardines, sole, sea breams, and tuna while retaining its historical assets and has one of the most beautiful natural sites of Morocco. From the beach of El Gzira, stroll to the Four arches dug by the ocean.