El Jadida

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A port on the Atlantic coast of Morocco this historic city was known as Mazagan before it became El Jadida (the New One) in the early 19th century.

With a fascinating mixture of Portuguese and Arabic heritage, it's no wonder that this stunning destination is listed as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO.

Moorish and European architecture sit side by side, creating an enchanting fusion of culture, which can be tasted in the amazing food too. Outside the city's medina, you'll find attractive beach resorts, which are as popular with Moroccans as visitors to these beautiful shores.