Agadir city tour from Taghazout​

price : ​€28 / Adult €15 / Child (age 1-12)​


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From Taghazout: Agadir city tour

Take a quick moment to discover the unmissable areas of the city of Agadir on a 3 hours guided tour, where you’ll uncover the city’s most enchanting sites. Begin your journey along the scenic Agadir beach promenade before ascending to Agadir Ou-fellah (Agadir hilltop). Here, explore the 16th-century Saadian Kasbah, a fortress built in 1572, and relish breathtaking panoramic views of the city and its bustling fishing port.

The next highlight awaits at the Argan Oil House, offering an exclusive insight into the production of this rare and precious oil. Witness Berber women in action, as they skillfully produce the renowned “Golden Liquid.” Learn about the intricate process of gathering, drying, roasting, and grinding argan nuts to extract the pure oil. Immerse yourself in this authentic Moroccan experience, providing a glimpse into a centuries-old tradition.

Concluding your tour, visit the vibrant “Souk El Hed” or Sunday Market, the largest market in the region. Here, your bargaining skills will be put to the test as you navigate through a plethora of local goods. Enjoy an hour of free time to explore the market independently, absorbing the rich cultural tapestry and lively atmosphere.

This guided tour promises a blend of history, panoramic vistas, and cultural immersion, ensuring an unforgettable exploration of Agadir’s treasures. As you return to your hotel, carry with you the memories of an enriching Moroccan adventure.

Notes to Consider

  •  The local Market is closed on Mondays, so there is no Market stop on book tours on Mondays.

Route of travel

  1. Pick up from your hotel or hostel at the selected time on the booking form.
  2. A short drive through the promenade of Agadir while driving through the Marina toward the old Kasbah.
  3. Panoramic view stop at Kasbah of Agadir, the most majestic site of the city, which is a fortress (was built in the 16th century and destroyed by the earthquake in 1960) overlooking the city, beach and the harbour, at a height of 236 meters.
  4. Drive through the back roads of the Agadir city and have a quick stop at the biggest mosque in Agadir.
  5. Optional stop at the cooperative of argan house for the first time visitors to learn about the argan oil process.
  6. Up to one hour and half of free time at the local market in Agadir, one of the largests markets in Morocco.
  7. Return back to the reception of your hotel after the free time in the Souk.Agadir city tour