Oualidia and Safi

Part III of our Morocco visit : for all the photo’s visit the blog www.pilgrimagehome.com/2018/05/06/oualidia-and-safi

Oualidia is called the St-Tropez for Moroccans, who flee in summer the heat of the inland cities. Now it is a calm fishermen village, populated with oyster farms.


We passed by Safi, mainly to visit it’s ceramic activities. In most cases the expected artisanal process was in reality mass production, but with cheap manual work.

We went back to Essaouira and visited the non touristic areas and beaches.

And made our own lunch table on the beach with what we found there.

Meanwhile we spent a few weeks in Belgium (workshop of Silvija “the joy of being alive“).

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