Safi is one of the oldest coastal Moroccan cities that is located on the Western Atlantic Ocean. Although it is not one of the itineraries’ crucial stations, the city has been a great joy to be discovered where the hidden beauty of the seaside landmarks will absolutely fascinate you. The area is naturally and historically rich since the name of ”Safi” is mentioned in Ibn Khaldoun’s writings. The Portuguese first built the city in the 16th century; it was a fortified citadel, which walls were huge and authentic that protected the area long time ago. However, Muslims ruled the region after that and built many important buildings and mosques that are famous until now such as, Assounna mosque.