welcome to my Rifland



As promised in my previous post “ Barcelona tiene poder ”,today I bring to you Alhoceima, my hometown.

The land of Berbers, a nation who inhabited this region thousands of years before the Arabs came.We still keep our culture traditions and language which we have enriched with the best of the Arab world.

the Rif a magnificent mountain chain that crosses all the north of Morocco is the landscape of the pictures that I want to share with you today.

Calm and silent in Winter, Alhoceima becomes a neuralgic spot in Summer when thousands of tourists come to spend their vacations in the city.The region offers a rare diversity of beaches sea activities and mountains hard to find elsewhere. Grey, white and rocky beaches can be found in less than 10 km all along the coastline.

Those intrepid souls like me who enjoy discovering new places barely known by the rest, explore the rocky mountains to find empty beaches and cliffs to jump to the sea such as the one which I found with my brother and where I took most of the photos of this post.

If you want to know more about Alhoceima and it’s surroundings let me know.

Keep in touch.

**      Handmade Crochet Bikini by me     **


**     My favorite Rocky spot     **


Details : Green Crochet Bikini by me // Watch Daniel wellington // Reefer Boot Rip Curl

39 thoughts on “welcome to my Rifland

  1. Omg you look great! And also love the view, wish I could go to the beach more. Anyway, love your bikini! I would just like to ask what camera do you use because your photos looks awesome!

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  2. I’m not sure if my previous comment posted or not, I got thrown off the internet! I love your bikini- probably couldn’t quite get away with it myself after all the Christmas chocolate, but maybe later in the year!


  3. That place is stunning! Could you jump into the water from those rocks? That always makes me nervous… because you usually can’t see the bottom. Looks like you had a fabulous time though. ^^

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  4. Alhoceima looks like an amazing place to visit. I love the photos with the Rif. Did you have any trouble slipping on the rocky surfaces along the coastline?

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