Africa > Morocco attractions
Visit the stud farmon the road to Azrou, after the Academie
Royale, are the stud farms which are open to visitors from Monday to Friday.
The stallions are superb... especially when they gallop. You have to be up early
to see this magificent sight.At an altitude of 1650 metres (5,400 feet), Ifrane
is delightful with its pink-tiled houses and little gardens.
Every detail has been taken care of to enable visitors to enjoy nature to
the full: skiing in winter, trout and crayfish fishing in the summer, walking
up to the Cascade des Vierges waterfall...
What a thrill to slalom between the fragrant cedars! The Michliffen
runs are so beautiful that the minute you reach the bottom, you can’t wait to
go up again.
The El Hajeb area, on the edge of the Beni M’Tir plateau,
used to be inhabited by the Troglodytes. The partially ruined kasbah, built
at the end of the 19th century by Moulay Hassan, is surrounded by springs, waterfalls
and caves, some of which were inhabited. At an altitude of 1650 metres (5,400
feet), Ifrane is delightful with its pink-tiled houses and little gardens.