Safi day tour is a popular activity in Casablanca. Safi has been an important port since Roman times. It was the Almohad rulers who surrounded the city with grand ramparts and made it an intellectual and spiritual center. The Portuguese occupied the city in 1508 and added to the architecture by building the stately Dar el Bahar Fortress on the shoreline – now the town’s most recognizable monument.
Safi is Morocco’s most famous ceramic center, and once you’ve visited the fortress. Safi’s medina is a great place to spend an afternoon. Pottery Souk as well as the National Ceramic Museum are the old town’s star attractions.
Safi is 237 kilometers south of the city of Casablanca