The Jewish cemetery is worth a short visit as a reminder of the now almost vanished community which had been in Morocco since the fall of the Jewish state under the Romans. It is located at the bottom of the Mellah the former Jewish district. However, don't get cheated like others have. Visitors to the cemetery will find a gatekeeper (who charges 20 diram for admission and speaks a little stage Hebrew) who offers to show them a nearby synagogue. He says he has the key. If they agree, suddenly, as if by a miracle, a youngish man appears (maybe his son) who takes visitors on a whirlwind tour of blind alleys and dark streets. His historical knowledge consisted of phrases like "very old building". Do they see inside any synagogue - no, but they might see the walls of one. Does he argue about the size of the tip? Yes.