Surrounded by the sea, Casablanca is a beach town bustling with ice cream vendors, restaurants, nightclubs, and one of the most beautiful buildings in the country, the Hassan II Mosque. The Corniche, which stretches out over several kilometres, is a lively place, especially at weekends. Come here to stroll or jog along the Atlantic Ocean. Many restaurants, such as Le Petit Rocher and Le Cabestan are here, as are the Venezia Ice café and the Four Seasons hotel. A portion of the Corniche—from the lighthouse to Morocco Mall and the Tahiti Beach Club—have been restored recently. Walk to Ain Diab Beach along a wide seaside promenade dotted with benches. Or go even further, to the island of the Marabout de Sidi Abderrahmane, where women perform fertility rituals at the tomb of a Muslim holy man. Here, as elsewhere, the traditions are still alive!