Nador (Berber: Ennaḍur, Arabic: الناظور) is a waterfront city and common capital in the northeastern Rif locale of Morocco with a populace of around 161,726 (2014 census). It is isolated from the Mediterranean Sea by a salt tidal pond named Sebkha Bou Areq (Arabic), Bḥar Ameẓẓyan (Berber) or Mar Chica (Spanish) and is 10 kilometers (6.2 mi) south of the Spanish city of Melilla. Nador was established in the nineteenth century and was under Spanish standard until Morocco’s autonomy in 1956. Nador Province has more than 600,000 occupants, prevalently of Riff-Berber ethnicity. Nador is viewed as the second biggest city in the Oriental East after Oujda.
The economy of Nador and Nador region incorporates fishery, horticulture, some light and overwhelming industry. The economy has developed significantly lately, especially because of the assembling segment with the structure of a metal preparing complex provided with iron metal from Wiksan, a mountain in the Rif run, anthracite from Jerada, materials, synthetic concoctions and some gadgets industries.
In the late spring a very long time of June to August a huge number of individuals beginning from the Nador region and living in Europe come back to the city. The aggregate of these yearly guests may surpass 250,000. They for the most part remain with relatives or in leased or claimed lofts, as opposed to remaining in Nador’s lodgings.
The area of the city on the Mediterranean coast and vicinity of the Spanish town Melilla mean there is noteworthy universal exchange, especially clear in the far reaching closeout of Spanish made groceries and family products in Nador.
Nador was scandalous as a focal point of sneaking shoddy Spanish and Chinese obligation free products. As of now the carrying has declined yet it still alive contending with a pirating stream from Algeria. Many utilized buyer products from Europe and China discover their approach to Morocco and Africa through Melilla and Nador, both legitimately and illicitly. The merchandise go from moderated nourishment, garments, shoes, electric home machines, up to complex equipment.