Early in the morning, you’ll go to the city of Tetouan, where its Spanish and Andalusian past can still be witnessed in the colonial architecture. However, its medina remains intact since the Middle Ages, and has been declared a UNESCO’s Heritage Site. You’ll visit the medina to explore its daily life and the different artisan neighbourhoods that have been around for hundreds of years, using the same techniques and performing the same jobs. After lunch, you’ll go into the Rif Mountains and visit Chefchaouen, located on top of the range. Its architecture will remind us of the towns we visited in Andalusia. You’ll have a free afternoon to wander through its shops and the medina, where you’ll spend the night.