It is an island off the coast of Morocco. Tenerife is its name. The Berbers who lived there have been hunted and decimated a long time ago. Today, the eternal spring that reigns there attracts hordes of tourists to its Southern shores.
Inland, the villages are depopulated, many houses are abandoned, shops close. The few remaining fisheries are declining. The banana plantations are gradually disappearing, and their irrigation basins are dry.
At a time when, as elsewhere, young people prefer to live in the cities or migrate to this new Eldorado, only the ghosts of a bygone past survive.