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Excursion d'une journée de Marrakech à Essaouira

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A unique experience out of the city's traffic jam. Search calm and see another world. Admire the waves of the ocean. Discover the magic city of Essaouira

Itinerary Details

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Stop At: Essaouira

the first stop will be just in a cafe on the way to Essaouira so that travelers can do their business, buy a cup of coffee or have breakfast in case they do not have it in their hotels.

Duration: 15 minutes

Stop At: Essaouira

goats on argan trees: the argan tree is also nicknamed "the goat tree" because they love its fruits. They climb it with surprising ease, clinging to branches, settling there and tasting its fruits. They actually eat only the pulp and reject the kernel which is then collected by the inhabitants to make oil for their own use.

Duration: 10 minutes

Stop At:

Women's cooperative for the extraction of argan oil: The cooperative exclusively employs women to work the nuts. These cooperatives are quite numerous between Essaouira and Marrakech. This allows paid work to be provided to women and thus gives them some autonomy. About 2,000 women work in these cooperatives.

Duration: 15 minutes

Pass By: Essaouira

By the time travelers reach Essaouira, they will have approximately five hours of free time to explore this magnificent city. we will indicate some places to visit in this city.

Stop At: Essaouira Fishing Port

The port of Essaouira is an important traditional and historic fishing port of the 18th century, in Essaouira, on the Atlantic Ocean, in Morocco. Old picturesque traditional fishing port the most famous of the country, it is one of the 14 main fishing ports in Morocco, and is one of the high places of tourism in Morocco, with its beaches and its Medina of Essaouira fortified neighbor of the edge of the ocean, listed as World Heritage by UNESCO.

Duration: 15 minutes

Stop At: Essaouira Beach

The town beach is large, covered with fine sand and offers a superb view of the bay. Here you can swim or play sports such as Windsurfing. You can also take a camel ride or take a short sightseeing boat trip around Mogador Island.

Duration: 20 minutes

Stop At: Essaouira Ramparts

The ramparts of Essaouira are an important part of the history of Essaouira, a Moroccan maritime city on the edge of the Atlantic Ocean. It was in 1506 that the Portuguese built the first city walls, then called Mogador, which was considered to be a strategic place of importance.

Duration: 15 minutes

Pass By: Medina of Essaouira

Essaouira is an exceptional example of a fortified city from the end of the 18th century, built in North Africa according to the principles of European military architecture of the time. Since its foundation, it has remained a leading international trading port connecting Morocco and the Saharan hinterland to Europe and the rest of the world.