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Agadir

Agadir has the feel of a modern metropolis. However, the traditional Moroccan atmosphere is not far away from the souks and in the surrounding villages where you can find bargain shopping and delicious home-cooked Tagine for lunch. We consider Agadir a great base for families wishing to enjoy the beach- spending a vacation in sunny, beautiful weather, satisfying your wildest dream after months of rain and grayness. Furthermore, it offers you many ... opportunites to explore Morocco's wonderful southern region. The Anti Atlas and High Atlas Mountains are close by as are the cities of Taroudant, Marrakech and Essaouira with its golden, sandy beach sweeping for miles along the coast and lapped by the Atlantic. Agadir is the perfect holiday resort. With expanded and improved selections of luxury, first class hotels have been built along the southern, previously undeveloped shoreline. There is also a dazzling array of boutiques, international cuisine and excellent Moroccan restaurants while all major cities and capitals from around the world have direct flights to Agadir or via Paris, making it an ideal location. Agadir is a good place to make daytrips from to nearby highlights including the old walled city of Taroudannt, Paradise valley and the Massa Lagoon....

Attractions in Agadir

A haven of rest and relaxation, built in an exceptional location bordering one of the most beautiful bays in the world, Agadir enjoys fine weather all year round and boasts top ranking hotel facilities. Rest assured Agadir will provide you with a dream holiday at any time of the year. Not only is it a first class seaside resort, it is also a springboard for all your excursions, from exploration of hinterland rich in curiosities to adventure ... in the deep south. With its tens of kilometers of beaches, Agadir has over the course of time built up a tourist industry recognised and much appreciated worldwide: water sports, underwater fishing, sunbathing, yachting, to name but a few of its attractions. Throughout the year, Agadir welcomes hundreds of thousands of tourists whose every wish is catered for by the superbly equipped hotels.

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The ancient casbah

The ancient casbah Situated atop a hill - 236 m - ... - the site of the ancient casbah magnificent views over the bay of Agadir.In 1540, to protect themselves from attacks by the Portuguese, that Mohammed esh Sheikh built this site a powerful fortress.Two centuries later, Moulay Abdallah fearing another invasion Portuguese installed a garrison of 2,000 men.Unfortunately, the city was completely destroyed by the earthquake of 1960. Of this ancient citadel,only the walls remain partially rebuilt, and the front door where you can read an inscription in Dutch - "Fear God and respect the king" - recalling that the Netherlands had in the seventeenth century a counter to Agadir.

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The Port of Agadir

Since its rebuilding, Agadir has become a modern fishing port and is surrounded ... by a score of canneries and food-freezing plants. Early produce, citrus fruits, canned goods and mineral ores are among the main exports handled here. Agadir has surpassed its rival Safi to become one of the world’s leading sardine ports in the world, and fish auctions are held in the covered fish market every afternoon.

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Beaches & Corniche

Such a beautiful town as Agadir, with the sun shining virtually all the year, with it's Atlantic ... coast south of Agadir with its 1600 km coastline, renowned for its seaside tourism is bound to have an area dedicated to hotel facilities able to satisfy local and foreign demand. After the implementation of several luxury hotel projects, the number of hotels has been almost doubled, with a capacity of more than 25 000 beds. Around its immense and charming beach, the town of Agadir has an attractive corniche, a sort of long avenue you can stroll along, lined with several restaurants, shops and entertainment. It is a wonderful place for a walk by night and by day and attracts a large number of visitors.

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The Kasbah of Agadir

Agadir’s most beautiful site, the citadel looks down on the ocean and the town ... from a height of 236 metres, an ideal spot to admire the sun setting over the bay. It was built in 1540 by Mohammed Ech-Cheikh (founder of the Saadian Dynasty) as a base for his besieging army and later served to protect the town from Portuguese attack. Two centuries later, in 1752, the place was reinforced by Moulay Abdallah, who established a garrison of two thousand men there. Now, after the earthquake, only a few partially repaired sections of the ramparts remain, along with the main gate, over which an inscription in Dutch reading, "Fear God and Respect the King" reminds us that the Netherlands established a trading post there in 1746 under the sovereignty of the Saadian Sultan.

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agadire sightseeing

After breakfast, meeting with your guide on the hotel at 08:30 to explains ... how the day’s steps , leaving our hotel at 09:00 o’clock, this day will be devoted for historical tours of Agdire , your visit will start with a short drive to the highest point in Agadire for a panoramic view of Agadire , the visit starts with The Kasbah. The wall around the old city is the only part standing, after the earthquake of 1960. From this point you have fantastic views over the new city of Agadir, and the Fishing Port. The second port of call is The Bird Valley; a short walk through the gardens gives you the opportunity to see rare birds and native animals. Then on to the Central Mosque, and Talbourjt, to see where the locals eat, shop and relax. Last stop, the Souk Al Had, a chance to see the hustle and bustle of the busy market place, and to get your souvenirs, spices, rugs, jewellery & trinkets, and leather goods, Back into our vehicle and on now for a tour around the magnificent city with its beautiful beaches, but so different, panoramic view of this city of 1001 Nights. So much history, so much variety, so many memories to be captured on film before returning finally by car to our hotel at the end of an exceptional day.

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Taroudant sightseeing

After breakfast, meeting with your guide on the hotel at 08:30 to explains ... how the day’s steps, leaving our hotel at 09:00 o’clock, this day will be devoted for historical tours of Taroudant, You will be driving off the road 120 km/78 mi far. to get to Taroudant, where you will starts your visit with its majestic gold, pink and orange tinted circuit of high walls, Taroudant is half citadel and half oasis. It is a town of great charm. The ruddy, clay houses, minarets and groves of oranges and pomegranates seem to drowse beneath the gaze of the frosted High Atlas. The walls, the Souks, and the stark backdrop of the High Atlas are the town's main attractions. The Souks are not large but they are varied; there is a strong radiation of local craft and much of the works here is of upstanding quality. , Back into our vehicle and on now for a tour around the magnificent ramparts with its beautiful Babs and up to the sixteenth century watchtower, but so different, panoramic view of this city of 1001 Nights. So much history, so much variety, so many memories to be captured on film before returning finally by car to our hotel at the end of an exceptional day

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Imouzar & valley

After breakfast, meeting with your guide on the hotel at 08:30 to explains ... how the day’s steps, leaving our hotel at 09:00 o’clock, this day will be devoted for nuture tours ,you will be driving off the road 120 km/78 mi far. to get to Paradais valley, the visit starts with its Atlas Mountains, with a photo opportunity of the goats climbing trees for the Argan Nuts. Then stopping to take a leisurely walk through Paradise Valley, so named by Jimi Hendrix back in the ‘60s, when it was a regular attraction of the ‘Flower Power’ people, because of its tranquil beauty and stunning views.Then onto Immouzer for lunch, before taking in the stunning views of the Brides Veil Waterfall and rock pools. Why not try a spot of cliff diving, or a dip in the clear pools to cool down. Browse the crafts stalls for bargains, before returning to Agadir “the city of 1001 Nights”. So much history, so much variety, so many memories to be captured on film before returning finally by car to your hotel at the end of an exceptional day

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Assaka & Tiznit

After breakfast, meeting with your guide on the hotel at 08:30 to explains ... how the day’s steps, leaving our hotel at 09:00 o’clock, this day will be devoted for nuture tours ,you will be driving to get to Assaka & Tiznit , the visit starts with its water source, where local Berber women believe annointing their heads in the water will bring them a husband. Then off-road to Assaka to see an old Berber village and temple, drive to the banks of the Assaka river to see the banana farms, then on to the Perte Du Sud Assaka, Café Restaurant for lunch. After a traditional 3 course Berber Lunch, we take a short drive to Tiznit (The Silver City). First stopping to see the Silversmiths at work and browse the shops for bargains. Next, the Kissarea and Souk, to take in the sights, sounds and aroma of the local market place, before returning to Agadir “the city of 1001 Nights”. So much history, so much variety, so many memories to be captured on film before returning finally by car to your hotel at the end of an exceptional day

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Massa & Tiznit

After breakfast, meeting with your guide on the hotel at 08:30 to explains ... how the day’s steps, leaving our hotel at 09:00 o’clock, this day will be devoted for nuture tours , You will be driving to get to Massa & Tiznit , the visit starts with its cliffs, overlooking the ocean, for a guided tour of the National Park. Then travelling through Massa to take in the fantastic views overlooking the Youssef Ben Tachfine Dam, then on to the small desert before lunch. After a 3 course lunch we travel a short distance to Tiznit (The Silver City) to see silver crafts and browse for bargains. Finishing with a stroll through the maze of shops and stalls in the kissarea. , before returning to Agadir “the city of 1001 Nights”. So much history, so much variety, so many memories to be captured on film before returning finally by car to your hotel at the end of an exceptional day

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sidi ifni & El Gzira

The Spanish atmosphere and the Art Deco architecture are two reasons to visit ... this coastal town. It was not too long ago, 1969, that Spain relinquished its enclave. It sits on a cliff top and is full of fantastic architecture and ironwork. Wander in the Andalusian garden and tiled fountain in the main square, Place Hassan II. Don’t miss the buildings, the Spanish consulate, which is now closed, makes the city look like it belongs in a country of itself. All of the buildings are painted in pastel shades and are in quite good condition. The PTT and the lighthouse are other examples of this town’s unique art-deco architecture. There is a Sunday souk, filled with storytellers and musicians in an abandoned airstrip near town. The beaches are great. The overall relaxed atmosphere of the town makes for a pleasant visit.

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Marrakech sightseeing

After breakfast, meeting with your guide on the hotel at 08:30 to explains ... how the day’s steps, leaving our hotel at 09:00 o’clock, this day will be devoted for hostorical tours , You will be driving to get to Marrakesh , with a photo opportunity of goats climbing trees, for Argan Nuts, and the fantastic rugged landscape of the High Atlas Mountains to reach Marrakesh. On arrival, the visit starts with the Koutoubia mosque (12th cent.), El Mansour mosque, the Saadians tombs (16th cent.) , the ruins of el Badia palace (16th cent.) with its storks on the towers, the Mellah Jewish quarter, the Bahia palace (19th) , Dar Si Said palace (19th cent.) transformed into a museum, Tiskiwin private museum dedicated to popular arts & crafts, Riad Tamsna dedicated to arts, handicrafts and literature ( restaurant serving lunch and tea room), Dar Bellarj Foundation for culture (expositions, conferences).Souk for gifts and bargains and the magical Djemaa el fna square, before returning to your hotel in Agadire a panoramique tour around the magnificent ramparts with its beautiful Babs and up to the sixteenth century Saadien watchtower at the North Borj for yet another, but so different, panoramic view of this city of 1001 Nights. So much history, so much variety, so many memories to be captured on film before returning finally by car to our hotel at the end of an exceptional day

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Essauira sightseeing

After breakfast, meeting with your guide on the hotel at 08:30 to explains ... how the day’s steps, leaving our hotel at 09:00 o’clock, this day will be devoted for historical tours of Essauira you will be driving off the road 170 km/ mi far. To get to A little port, 2 hours away from Agadir, the visit starts with its beautiful Portuguese looking village by the ocean (1200 century). You will visit the port with fisher boats, with the freshly cought fish for the day. The best place to have a good lunch with fresh fish. There are here beautiful beaches to enjoy. The Medina, mostly white, wich is really charming with lots of little stores, and better prices then in Marrakech. Stroll along the beach. And take a look at some of the offered night stays "Hotels, Riads, Auberge" overlooking the ocean, which are beautifully renovated and decorated with incredible taste. Once you step inside you don't want to leave. , before returning to Agadir ; So much history, so much variety, so many memories to be captured on film before returning finally by car to your hotel at the end of an exceptional day

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Imlil& Asni sightseeing

After breakfast, meeting with your guide on the hotel at 08:30 to explains ... how the day’s steps, leaving our hotel at 09:00 o’clock, this day will be devoted for nuturs tours of Imlil& Asni you will be driving off the road. To get to Asni and Imlil where you can hike thru the Berber village up to the Kasbah or take a donkey up to the top. Here is the famous Kasbah Toubkal where the movie "Seven years in Tibet" and "Kundun" was filmed, this was the Monastery. You can have lunch here and enjoy the incredible view of the mountains. The highest top is the Toubkal 4164m, which is also the highest mountain in North Africa. This Kasbah is a favorite place for many hikers, who like to explore the Atlas mountains. You can visit a Berber family and be invited into their homes for some Peppermint tee, the traditional drink of the Berbers, and Moroccons , before returning to Agadir ; So much history, so much variety, so many memories to be captured on film before returning finally by car to your hotel at the end of an exceptional day

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Ourika valley sightseeing

After breakfast, meeting with your guide on the hotel at 07:00 to explains ... how the day’s steps , leaving our hotel at 07:30 o’clock, this day will be devoted for nutures tours of the Ourika Valley , for an exciting 2½ hour drive south through to one of Morocco's longest and most beautiful, refreshing valleys - the Ourika Valley - teeming with lush vegetation, palmeraies, steep-sides gorges, ancient terraced irrigated fields and Berber hamlets. Some 33km from Marrakech, this valley really starts at a small Berber village of Dar Caïd Ouriki, with its kasbah and mosque. We reach the Berber village of Tiguemi n'Oumzilet and on through hills of ever-changing colours - from red to grey to blue - in the midst of olive groves up to a visit of the ochre-red village of Akhlij, thence on to the Berber hamlet of Asouqane and a stop at Aghbalou, set amongst terraced fields seeming to hang from the slopes, and its nearby Cascade. From here we carry on almost to the end of the remarkable valley until we reach the riverside Berber hamlet of Setti Fadma, named for its nearby waterfalls and ancient walnut trees. Here we leave our vehicle to start our 5-6 hour hike circle hike towards the west across the river setting out from Agadir n'Aït Boulmane (1509m) and then towards the north up along a narrow winding path towards the Berber hamlet of Chiqr (1900m), on through the col of the Tizi n'Ougadil n'Boulmane (2200m) with the Jbel Oukaïmeden range before us. From here we circle down to Imi n'Taddert and on up through the valley to the Berber village of Tourichtt where we shall stop for our picnic before the waterfall; an opportunity, perhaps to get refreshed. Our afternoon 2-hour hike is made by setting out down via small waterfalls to the Berber hamlet of Amlougghi, to arrive at the village of Aït Barqa where we shall cross the river to rejoin our vehicle at Hadd n'Azegaour for our return to Marrakech, where we should arrive at around 7.30 in the evening.

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shooping

Agadir is maybe the city with the least charm to buy the typical Moroccan handcraft ... goods. All the souk is around a big square behind the Uniprix (Blvd. Hassan II with Ave. Sidi Mohammed). There is a concrete building called Marché centrale with many shops inside. Is possible to get in also from Ave. Prince Moulay Abdallah. All the goods are made outside the Agadir region, and it's difficult to find them at a good price. The good thing of buying in Agadir is that there are many fix-price shops, which is good if you don't know how to haggle well. In fact, you may find that the cheap things you bought in Marrakech are not so cheap! In the Uniprix shop is possible to buy small typical pieces in maybe the least authentic shop in Morocco, but the prices are no so high and there is nobody pushing you to buy.

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Agadir Musim

Reserve Oued Massa The 13 000 ha of the Souss Massa National Park allow many ... birds (flamingo, ibis bald ...) to migrate safely. Haven of peace, this place will also be enjoyed by hikers, it is forbidden to ascend the river walk, you can browse the endless dunes along the coast. On the beach, the marabout Sidi RBAT indicates the presence of an ancient fortified monastery (ribat). Legend has it that the town of Massa would be buried under the sand. It is precisely here that the seventh century AD, the Arab conqueror Oqba bin Nafi had pushed his horse into the waves, taking God to witness that he could go no further! (Recommended period: from March to April and October-November).

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Tafraout sight seeing

Boasting both picturesque architecture and mild climate, the small village of Azrou ... was built at a height of about 1250 metres by its first inhabitants, the Berbers. The town is known for its Kasbah, built by Moulay Ismaïl in 1684 and its famous place Mohammed V, housing a large handicrafts centre. A little further away in the surroundings stretches the cedar grove famous for being undoubtedly the most beautiful forest in the Kingdom and the best maintained.

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