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Discover Ancient Essaouira: Full-Day Trip from Agadir

1. Discover Ancient Essaouira: Full-Day Trip from Agadir

Your day-long adventure begins as you head north from Agadir to the former Portuguese city of Essaouira, passing isolated beaches, the palace of a Saudi prince, and the village of Taghazout along the way. Once known by its Portuguese name of Mogador, the city of Essaouira is a citadel with a prestigious past, occupied by various civilizations since prehistoric times. And famous for its Tyrian factory that once supplied Rome with its legendary purple dye, Essaouira is a cradle for artists of all types. Upon your arrival in the city, embark on a tour of the port and watch as the fishing boats return home. The Bab El Marse port not only has its Sqala canons on display, but it offers amazing views of the Atlantic Ocean and the Medina. Travel to the Media itself—a UNESCO World Heritage site—and go inside to meet celebrated marquetry inlayers and cabinetmakers. Stop in at the Women's Cooperative manufacturer of argan oil, and then enjoy some free time exploring the alleyways of the Medin, strolling along the endless beach, or testing out some fresh fish at a local beachfront restaurant.

Agadir To Essaouira Day Trip

2. Agadir To Essaouira Day Trip

Visit the ancient Moroccan city of Essaouira, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and former Portuguese colonial town which bears the traces of its long and varied history. Your trip will start with an early pickup from your hotel and a drive from Agadir to Essaouira. On the way to Essaouira, make a few stops to see the flying goats (tree goats that can be seen hopping from branch to branch of the argan trees native to the region), rest in a Berber village and have a hot cup of mint tea or coffee, and visit an argan oil factory, a sought-after luxury product. Once you arrive in Essaouira, follow your local guide to the traditional souk market where a variety of wares, crafts, and foods are sold, offering a tantalizing array of sights and smells. After your Moroccan market experience, tour the famous Skala de la Kasbah ramparts, a relic of European engineering from the city's colonial days. From there, proceed to the bustling port of Essaouira before enjoying free time for lunch, shopping, and further exploration. Wander the Medina (fortified city) and admire a colorful landscape populated by mosques, terraces, cafes, and markets as well as historic architecture that reflects the city's unique history. After exploring the city and its beautiful sunny beaches, catch your ride back to Agadir.

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What people are saying about Taghazout

This experience was a last minute decision & we had no difficulty in booking it through the internet. My questions were answered via email very quickly which was nice. Taxi arrived bang on time & the journey to the camels was really smooth with a nice driver. The camels are on the outskirts of Agadir so it involves crossing the road on a camel !!!! Camels were easy to get onto unlike some others we have been .

Such a brilliant tour! We were thoroughly looked after and the guides were all amazing. The tea drinking was fun and we were given an in-depth history lesson which was great. The camel ride was fun and even though the flamingo spotting was a little brief, I highly recommend this experience!

The staff (motorist and camel guides were very nice). The animals seems to be well threat and with good smell. However, the location in the camel tour didn’t meet our expectations, we did different tours with them and they were very nice and trustful. We recommended it.

Great experience highly recommend! The guides were very welcoming and friendly. They also gave information about Agadir and the history.

I recommend this very calming two-hour walk, under the sunset with a view of the royal palace.