The interior of the province offers
impressive natural landscapes with multiple possibilities
for the fans of hiking and nature. Although, until now,
it has not had the attention that it deserves. We present
and displayed to you some of the numerous possible routes
in this section of excursions.
The numerous rivers - oueds - on
land and underground have created very spectacular canyons,
rocky caves and formations like the famous Bridge
of God in the Oued Farda.
Aside from the ample extensions
of forests of cedars and firs a few common species can
be found on some of the levels superior to 1500m: Maroccana
Abies, a variant of the Spanish species Abies pinsapo,
a relic of colder periods.
In the limestone mountains oaks
can be found, pines and acebuches (wild olive
trees) and an ample variety of aromatic and medicinal
For birdwatchers (ornithology)
el áquila real, elanios common and buzzards
among others birds can be sighted here.
In some zones of forests and precipices
the monkey of Rif,known as macaco can also be
seen (Macaca sylvanus), named locally "mgou".
The province of Chefchaouen has
120 km coastline on the Mediterranean Sea. It runs
from the delta of the Oued Laou to the Cabo de los Pescadores,
close to El Jabha.The particular coast line has a wild
landscape and it confers a peculiar beauty which alternates
between cliff edges,beaches and river deltas .