Would you like to discover Skhirat-Témara? There are a thousand ways to do it. This City that has experienced a fast pace progress in recent years, and it is not only limited to beautiful beaches or beautiful scenery, it also abounds in a fascinating historical places that attracts tourist despite being forgotten to be classified in The national heritage of the kingdom. Skhirat-Témara is a seaside city of located between Rabat, the administrative capital, and Casablanca, the economic capital. With a population of 400.000 inhabitants, it enjoys a very good geographical situation as well as a micro climate.
The city has long been prized by the national jet set and especially those with close relations to the palace. A favorite beach of the Royal family, where you might see princes, princesses and their entourage.
A quiet coastal town which offers you its beautiful beaches for sunbathing and a small port for a walk to see the small blue boats that takes the brave Moroccan fishermen into the Atlantic Ocean to fish your dinner, it is often paired with the city Of Saint-Germain-en-Laye.
In the heart of the modern district of Temara is the old Casbah, a military fortress built by Al Mohads at the beginning of their reign in the 12th century. The successors subsequently continued the construction work which was completed during the reign of Moulay Abdul-Aziz in the early twentieth century.
This 72-hectare site is home to an old mosque, the mausoleum of Sidi Lahcen and other historic buildings, all surrounded by walls measuring 6.5 m high.
The Kasbahs were once the heart of Moroccan cities. The prefecture also encompasses a range of natural and artificial forest areas. The green belt of Rabat, with a surface area of 1,500 ha, is the main green space in the region after the former degraded Temara forest.