An artist painting a traditional patterned plate in Morocco
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Tourist woman shopping moroccan handcraft souvenirs on the streets of the Medina (Old Town) of a Morocco village
Fes, Morocco - May 11, 2013: Moroccan mozaic artist at work in a pottery shop

Discover Moroccan craftsmanship


Morocco’s rich craftsmanship ranges from slippers and carpets to pottery, cabinets, jewelry, and baskets. Find all of these and more in one of Morocco’s many souks. If you’re looking to bring home one of a kind mementos or discover the country’s artisans in action, be sure to contact our local agencies.

During your trip, visit Fes and uncover one of the oldest tanneries in the country. The leather produced here is made following a centuries-old tradition and is used to make bags, ottomans, slippers, sandals, and fashionable accessories. In Chefchaouen, the blue city of northwest Morocco, meet weavers in their workshops as they craft tablecloths and striped blankets.

If you want to try your hand at Moroccan crafts, visit Asilah and meet a master of Arabic calligraphy to learn this age-old art. Next, head to the palm grove of Skoura and take part in a pottery workshop with a local artisan.

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