Tradition meets modernity: visit both ancient and trendy Agadir... and learn how to haggle!
Save time and get to now the best places to visit in Agadir. Enjoy a panoramic view of the city from the Kasbah, the oldest district of Agadir. An authentic fortress with winding streets the Kasbah was built in 1572 by Moulay Abdallah al-Ghalib. Above the front door today, the original inscription in Arabic and in Dutch reads: "Fear God and honour the King. "
A short stroll through the trendy Marina and on through residential area to see the beautiful Talborjt Mosque. Driving past the Church the Synagogue and the souk - its mountains of vegetables on display and an introduction into how to haggle.
Visit the Argan Oil House where you will get informations about a very rare oil. See how the Berber women produce what is known in Europe as a berber Gold Liquid. Learn how they gather and dry the nuts, roast and grind the kernels and finally extract the pure oil. This is a truly Moroccan experience not to be missed!
Start by visiting of the Kasbah on the top of mountain where people lived before the earthquake .
Then go to see different quarter of Agadir and stop in the Mosque to take some pictures .
Visit of the Argan House and get all important informations about Argan , see all products and why not make some shopping and some good deals .
Visit of the Bazaar House and then have a long time in the big open-air local market to see how local people get what they need .
Please let me know if you need to start the tour earlier.
Meeting Point + Tour Duration
Meeting Point Options: Cruise Ship Port, Hotel
End Point Options: Cruise Ship Port, Hotel
Duration: 3 hours
Transportation by luxury air-conditioned vehicle
Estimated Local Cash Needed
250 Moroccan Dirham - Should you decide to buy snacks, drinks or souvenirs.
I am an official tour guide so i can take you everywhere you want in Morocco .
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Abdellatif and his driver were very attentive to my needs. Due to my disabilities I could not go to some places but they took care that I was able to have a meaningful visit to Agadir. I especially appreciated walking through the souk or local market.