The Charming & Sleepy Coastal Town Of Sidi Ifni Morocco

The charming, sleepy coastal town of Sidi Ifni Morocco, the last Spanish colonial outpost in Morocco, offers impressive Art Deco architecture and a hospitable Spanish  atmosphere to its guests. Its cliff-top location with Andalusian-style gardens and tiled fountains are a  testament to its Spanish roots – they left only in 1969. The buildings are painted in whimsical Easter-egg pastels – in contrast to the surrounding French-influenced  towns with their rich palette of dark hues – which lend a peaceful and relaxed air.