If you're looking for a unique and very different honeymoon destination, you will fall in love with this one. Chefchaaouen was established in 1471 when Moorish and Jewish people fled to escape the Reconquista of Spain.
Chefchaouen, also known as the "Blue City", is a beautiful city in northern Morocco, it is situated in the Rif Mountains, just inland from Tangier and Tetouan.
The city has stunning architechture and is famous for its vibrant blue homes and walls.
Chefchaouen Morocco is colored in blue, and the citizens have a strong love for this color.
The buildings and homes have a historic andalusian style, which will take your breath away.
What can you do once you get to the magical Chefchaouen? Here are some places you must visit:
Located in the center of the city are the beautiful Andalusian Gardens, you can also check out the Ethnographic Museum, known as the Kasbah Museum, filled with everything from pottery to musical instruments.
Uta El Hamam
The "Plaza" Uta el-Hammam, is lined with cafes and restaurants. This is a peaceful place to relax and try some delicious treats.
Old City and Medina
If you love traditional souks then this will be a treat for you! Buy some traditional souvenirs and enjoy a walk through the maze like streets.