The setting is quite brilliant. Nador avoids one touristic problem for the African part of the Mediterranean coast: You never get the both the sea and the sun in front of you (which you do on the European side). Nador is actually facing south, and even more, right outside it is a lagoon. Sounds great?
But Nador was set out to be an industrial town, and is stamped by that today.
Cement factory and a university, and official offices dominates, not happy tourists. There are no beach side restaurants, no picturesque ports with fishermen returning at sunset. And unless I was seriously misguided, Nador comes without any important sights and good museums.