Eljadida, commonly referred to as "Mazagan," is a city in western Morocco. The city was established by the Portuguese as a vital military stronghold in the 15th century, and it has a long and illustrious history. One of Eljadida's most well-known landmarks and a UNESCO World Heritage site, the "Casa da ndia" castle was constructed by the Portuguese. 

The architecture and culture of the city exhibit a special fusion of Moroccan and Portuguese influences. Eljadida is a well-liked travel destination because of its stunning beaches. The Sidi Bouzid Fortress, Moulay Hassan Square, and the historic Portuguese cistern are a few more well-liked tourist destinations. 

Eljadida is renowned for its indigenous crafts as well, including basket weaving and ceramics. Numerous stores that sell these handicrafts as well as traditional Moroccan jewelry and fabrics are available to tourists.