It is located in central western Morocco, 60 km from Benguerir, 90 km east of Safi, 100 km from Marrakech and 230 km south of Casablanca.
Lovers of nature, green tourism or mountains, do not hesitate to spend a stay on the edges of the Zima lake, the Goraani cave et Ayir characterized by rock carvings and pottery debris dating back to Neolithic times.
It's not all left to see, you could see La Royal Reserve of Gazelles, It is a biological reserve of M'sabih Talaa, is one of the oldest reserves of terrestrial fauna in Morocco.
Douar Laassasla, its inhabitants known through their rural brotherhood, breed an endangered breed of dogs: the slougui, a hunting and racing greyhound.
The mosque and the Sidi Chiker mausoleum, it is one of the oldest monuments in the region of Safi, the construction of which by one of Okba Bnou Nafi al Fihri's companions dates back to the first century of the Hegira.
It is also famous for its natural richness in phosphate, this deposit is ranked second in importance in Morocco after that of Khouribga, the Kingdom being the first exporter and third world producer of Phosphate.