Souk el Hamra
Located on the edges of the main town, Souk el Hamra is an energetic evening street market. Though visitors will need some form of transport to access the market, it is well worth a visit. The narrow streets are awash with a huge selection of goods, the frenzy compounded by numerous pedestrians, cyclists, and people on scooters. It’s a terrific place to experience an authentic Moroccan market that has not been taken over by tourism. The market typically spring to life at around 4pm, continuing until after darkness has fallen. Traditional carpets and rugs are proudly displayed, and you may find delicate embroidered rugs from Egypt too. A vast assortment of clothes can be found, including traditional items like the djelleba and kaftan and more universal items like jeans, trousers, shirts, and t-shirts. Accessories such as headscarves, bags, watches, and jewellery are also widely available. You’ll find almost anything you may ever need in the thronging streets, including tea sets, spices, food, books, electronics, CDs, soft furnishings, household goods, toiletries, and much, much more. Many inviting tea shops punctuate the stalls, perfect for taking a break and watching the activity over a glass of mint tea.
Souk el Hamra, Near Avenue Khalil Jabran, El Jadida