Lixus, which means the golden apple in Phoenician, is an archeological city built in 1180 B.C by a Berber king. It’s 3km away from Larache city. Most of the site hasn’t been burrowed yet and only 10% is discovered. Among what has been found out there are the palaces, houses, and places for drying and salting fish. Lixus was the place where many cultures and civilizations settled down, including: The Phoenicians, Carthaginians, and Romans. It was the holy place for hercules.