Chefchaouen is called the bleu city because of its attractive bleu buildings, it is located in the Rif Mountains in the Northwest Morocco. The city was founded as a fortress in the 15th Century during the invasion of Portuguese to the Northern Morocco.

Chefchaouen which derived its name from the Berber word Ashawen meaning horns and refers to the shape of the mountain tops above the town is an important tourist destination due to its location in the Mountains. The location of the city, the beauty, simplicity of the doors, the handicrafts which may not be founded elsewhere in Morocco as well as its special bleu buildings and houses offer the city a beautiful view that attract visitors from other Moroccan cites and all over Morocco.