ABOUT SIDI IFNI
Want to discover Sidi Ifni? There are a thousand and one ways to do so. Between sea, mountains and the great desert of the south, Sidi Ifni is built on a rocky plateau, overlooking the Atlantic Ocean from about fifty meters above.
Its beach stretches over miles of fine sand, bordered by transparent water, it is a paradise for water sports enthusiasts; surfing enthusiasts will be delighted. It is also the ideal place to sunbathe, take a nap in the sun or simply take refreshments after a long visit to the city centre.
Formerly a Spanish enclave where time seems to stand still. It is the ideal starting point for a hike or a short bivouac to discover the surrounding Berber villages.
Today it is a touristic city of Morocco located on the Atlantic Ocean on the southern Atlantic coast of Morocco, between the cities of Tiznit and Guelmim, 160 km south of Agadir.
Because of its location, Sidi Ifni can be considered as "the Atlantic gateway to the Sahara". The main activity of Ifni is fishing, catching in particular sardines, sole, sea bream, bass and tuna.
Tourism is also booming in this city with its important strengths. It is located near many beaches with attractive shores, such as Legzira, Mirleft, Sidi Ouarzig or the White Beach which attracts surfers in summer and lovers of fun in winter.
But it also keeps its historical heritage of Spanish colonial architecture and has one of the most beautiful natural sites in Morocco. One reaches, from the beach of Legzira, 4 arches hollowed out by the ocean, an unforgettable walk.
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