Oued El Kennar
In the heart of the magnificent Rif region, nestles one of nature’s most enchanting treasures: Oued El Kennar.
A river nestling in the heart of the Talassemtane Park, a veritable jewel of nature, it offers visitors a unique experience combining relaxation, bathing and relaxation.
Strolling along its banks, you can immerse yourself in its turquoise waters and even take a dip, to fully appreciate the splendid natural beauty of this region.
Soft and refreshing waters
The idyllic setting of Oued El Kennar invites you to enjoy some special moments beside its refreshing waters. Imagine yourself plunging into the crystal-clear waters of the river, lulled by the gentle current, and savouring the tranquillity of this unspoilt setting. A real wellness break awaits you, just outside the town of Chefchaouen.
Majestic scenery and nature
But that’s not all! Oued El Kennar offers much more than a simple bathing experience. As you stroll along its banks, you’ll be amazed by the breathtaking views of this majestic river and the harmonious marriage between its natural beauty and the surrounding landscapes.
A unique beach
The region boasts one of the most beautiful beaches near Chefchaouen and on the Mediterranean coast: Plage Stehat. You can alternate between the pleasures of freshwater swimming and those of the azure sea. A perfect mix for a perfect day.
Trekking and hiking to your heart’s content
You can’t talk about Oued El Kennar without mentioning the region’s hiking activities.
The mountain range around Chefchaouen offers stunningly beautiful scenery and a unique cultural wealth. The region is famous for its rugged mountains, verdant valleys, lush forests and traditional villages nestling deep in the mountains.
One of the most popular hiking areas in the Rif region is the Talassemtane National Park, home to Oued El Kennar. The park offers a variety of hiking routes, some of which lead to refreshing waterfalls, high-altitude lakes and panoramic peaks offering breathtaking views.
Local encounters and cultural walks
The Rif region also offers an exciting cultural immersion. Hikers will have the opportunity to meet the warm and welcoming locals who carry on their ancestral traditions. The mountain villages, with their stone houses and narrow streets, are living witnesses to the region’s history and culture.