Casamar or home Sea was originally a trading post built on the coast of Tarfaya by a Mckenzie English navigator in 1882 as No Mans Land to conduct trade with the locals. It is a tourist attraction of great value.
Tarfaya was in the 20s of last century a stopover of an airline to transport mail. A. de Saint-Exupéry was station master and settled between 1927 and 1929 in Tarfaya where he could draw and write some of his famous books including “The Little Prince” and “Courrier Sud”.
On 29 July 1916, following an agreement between the Spanish Empire and the French colonial empire, Cape Juby (including Tarfaya Villa Bens and now) is attached to the Spanish Sahara and administered by the administrator Francisco Bens.
In 1958, Tarfaya and Cap Juby are permanently attached to Morocco by the war of Ifni. You can see the remains of the Spanish buildings nowadays.
Golden dunes desert seduce you with their size and their finesse. You will not miss the urge to climb and a play! It’s a feeling of freedom and joy you feel.
One of the wonders of nature between Akhfenir and Tarfaya. Caused by erosion of the waves of the sea, this big hole is sure to amaze you.