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My Pinterest Dreams Came True in Chefchaouen

I had “pinned” this all blue town on Pinterest several times over the years. I didn’t even know the name. When I looked up places to visit in Morocco, I saw on the Free People blog that visiting the all blue town was a must: Chefchaouen. I realized it was the same place I always wanted to see and made it a priority on my trip to Morocco.

I wrote my tips for Chefchaouen here and wrote about it on BravoTV.

I have so many photos to share that I decided to do a little photo gallery post here. I have a Pinterest plugin added so if you hover over any image you like you’ll see a “pin it” button pop up and you can pin the image to your travel board.

The all blue town on Pinterest is really THAT beautiful.

all blue town on Pinterest chefchaouen

These stairs are Mohammad’s house, the owner of our guesthouse, Aurberge Dardara and they are definitely the coolest stairs ever. Wouldn’t you want to live here?

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Baskets are the “thing” to buy here in Morocco! I came home with 5! One if for my mom. They make great gifts if you have the space in your luggage.

all blue town on Pinterest chefchaouen

You will see so many cute cats like this little monkey while in Chefchaouen.

all blue town on Pinterest chefchaouen

It’s definitely a place to get some photos taken!

all blue town on Pinterest chefchaouen

And drink mint tea while shopping for rugs. They will always make you tea!

all blue town on Pinterest chefchaouen

all blue town on Pinterest chefchaouen

all blue town on Pinterest chefchaouen

all blue town on Pinterest chefchaouen

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all blue town on Pinterest chefchaouen

all blue town on Pinterest chefchaouen

These white rugs are used as marriage capes but these days people buy them as rugs, even Moroccans. They are beautiful with their fringe and sequins. The very best deal we got on a super large one was 60 dollars. Later, people called us liars when we tried to get that price and we never got an offer below 100. The deal we got was in Fes, 4 hours from here.

all blue town on Pinterest chefchaouen

They are famous for Argan oil and make soaps and other bath products.

all blue town on Pinterest chefchaouen

all blue town on Pinterest chefchaouen

Like India, colorful dye is everywhere.

all blue town on Pinterest chefchaouen

all blue town on Pinterest chefchaouen

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all blue town on Pinterest chefchaouen

all blue town on Pinterest chefchaouen

all blue town on Pinterest chefchaouen

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Try to eat lunch at a rooftop restaurant so you can see the views below!

all blue town on Pinterest chefchaouen

all blue town on Pinterest chefchaouen

Artwork always makes the best souvenir.

all blue town on Pinterest chefchaouen

all blue town on Pinterest chefchaouen

all blue town on Pinterest chefchaouen

all blue town on Pinterest chefchaouen

This alley with the plants is very famous and is seen ALL over Pinterest and Instagram. there were 5 other girls wanting to take photos here. Wonder if they were bloggers too!?

all blue town on Pinterest chefchaouen

All this blue inspired me to paint my furniture at home and redecorate my house!

all blue town on Pinterest chefchaouen

all blue town on Pinterest chefchaouen

Antique shopping is popular here but beware not all is antique and some is from China and even India.

all blue town on Pinterest chefchaouen

all blue town on Pinterest chefchaouen

all blue town on Pinterest chefchaouen

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all blue town on Pinterest chefchaouen

I spy a little kitten up above… do you?

all blue town on Pinterest chefchaouen

all blue town on Pinterest chefchaouen

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About the Author:

Rachel Jones left a career in nursing and lived on the beaches of Goa, India for the five years. Now she lives in Mexico where she gives advice on the 40+ countries she’s visited in the last 10 years. She’s the author of two India travel e-books: Guide to India and Insider’s Guide to Goa. Her blog, Hippie in Heels, like its name, is a contradiction combining off-beat adventurous places with glamorous and bespoke travel. Hippie in Heels has been featured in ELLE, Marie Claire, Grazia, and Cosmopolitan magazines. She’s a writer for Bravo TV.

5 Comments

  1. LaMesha April 5, 2017 at 6:41 pm - Reply

    These pictures are absolutely beautiful. Morocco has always been at the top of my list.

  2. Jay April 10, 2017 at 11:20 pm - Reply

    love this and your photography, glad to hear it live up to the hype :) cant wait for more adventures

  3. Sarah March 27, 2019 at 2:01 pm - Reply

    love the photos and the mood :) did you get your silk coat and dress from there?

    • Rachel Jones March 27, 2019 at 6:49 pm - Reply

      It’s from Studio Tia! I think it’s linked – if not this post then another Chefchaouen post :)

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