Berber town about thirty kilometers from Fez, Sefrou is known from the twelfth century. It was then a meeting point between the North of the country and Tafilalet south valley. Sefrou is appreciated for its waterfalls, its diverse landscapes that can be admired from the shrine of Sidi Ali Bousserghine. Sefrou today is an important agricultural center which shows the richness of its production during Cherry Festival in June.
A few kilometers, by a road which climbs amidst olive groves, you arrive at Bhalil, famous for its cave dwellings.