About the Book
On the edge of Africa and just twelve km from Spain, the north coast of Morocco remains relatively unspoiled and undeveloped. Mountainous vistas and valleys reveal a landscape on the grand scale bathed in translucent light and adorned by breathtaking sunrises and sunsets. Tangier has a whiff of notoriety in its reputation which it is fast shedding with the development of a city oriented to attracting high net worth visitors. Yet old ways of life linger in corners of the souk. Around the corner, on the Atlantic coast, lies Asilah, a charming white walled town with a strong Portuguese heritage. Each year it hosts an international arts festival during which artists paint new murals on the walls of the houses.