Talassemtane National Park is a national park in the Rif region of Northern Morocco. The 589.5-square-kilometre (227.6 sq mi) park was created in October 2004 to conserve the last of Morocco's threatened fir forests.
Talassemtane is part of the Transcontinental Biosphere Reserve of the Mediterranean.
Natural Bridge Formation (Bridge of God), Talassemtane National Park.
The park's proximity to the popular tourist destination, Chefchaouen makes it a common hiking destination. The park's elevation ranges from 350 meters to 1,050 meters.
It is a very original territory characterized by unique biodiversity and landscapes.