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Asilah Travel Guide  

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Asilah is one of the most beautiful old cities of Morocco, situated in the cliffs to the north of the country and facing the Atlantic Ocean. The tranquil atmosphere with the traditional blue-and-white painted houses impresses anyone who enters its gates.
Asilah is a symbolic national port with a population of about 25,000 people, and is completely surrounded by strong Portuguese walls which date back to the fifteenth century, bringing out the European past of the city. It is 42 km south-east of the city of Tangiers, to which it is connected by rail and a highway.
The city is at its best when visited in the summer, because winters can be unpleasant particularly if one is close to the sea. The proximity to the Atlantic Ocean results in more rainfall than in the other areas.

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Reviews Asilah

Level 9     1 Trophy    Viaggia: Friends
Overall rating 8
Overall Guide : Asilah is a very tranquil, traditional, town of friendly people. Aside from Darija (Moroccan Arabic) most people speak French and many Spanish. English is the fourth language, though most businesses have someone who speaks a little English. The busy season... more is from May to September. It is best to avoid visiting Morocco during Ramadan as many of the tea houses and businesses are closed. The Madina and casba are very well kept though it is better to avoid the casba at night. Wonderful sunsets from the town and surrounding beaches. Christians living in and visiting Asilah join for services in the Church, where all are welcome. The Church, has a Catholic Eucharist on Saturday evenings at 7 in the summer and 6 in the winter. Services are in Spanish, but other languages are included, to accommodate other languages. The Church is also used for recitals and other cultural events. All Christians in Asilah are of foreign descent, with the vast majority being Spanish.
Not to be missed Go to the beach , Visit the Madina and Casba , Shop and eat
Overall rating 10
Overall Guide : Asilah is a great and a very luxurious place to stay in because you are very close to the beach and everyone is very friendly. The beach is very calm and you don't have to hear lots of people chatting.
Not to be missed Go to the beach , have a great time
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