Discover Agadir City Tour From Taghazout
Discover the unmissable areas of Agadir on a 3-hour guided tour, where you will take breathtaking views from the top of the Kasbah and then try your bargaining skills at a Souk El Hed (local market), all while learning about the city’s history.
We will begin our Agadir city tour from Taghazout by driving along the Agadir beach line promenade, then up the hill to Agadir Ou-fellah (Agadir hilltop), the city’s 16th-century Saadian Kasbah (Fortress built in 1572), which provides a complete panoramic view of the entire city and the fishing port.
Following our visit to the Kasbah, we will go to the Argan Oil House, where you will learn about a very rare oil, see how Berber women make what is known in Europe as a Golden Liquid, and learn how they gather and dry the nuts, roast and grind the kernels, and finally extract the pure oil. This is a completely authentic Moroccan experience that should not be missed.
Our final stop before returning to the hotel will be “Souk El Hed,” or Sunday Market, which is the region’s largest market. You will be given an hour of free time to explore the local market on your own.
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Embark on a journey of discovery in Agadir. Our Agadir City Tour takes you to the most iconic landmarks, historic sites, and cultural hotspots. Book now for an educational and enjoyable experience
- The local Market is closed on Mondays, so no Market stop on Monday city tours.
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just back from holiday to agadir with girlfriend. couldnt wait to get out of place. stayed in tillia hotel which was 2 star and fine but agadir itself is so soulless. the people of agadir not involved in tourism would not even make eye contact with us whilst the street traders, etc never leave you alone. i felt i was simply a walking wallet and no more. the first time my girlfriend went for a walk on her own, she was immediately approached by a male who pestered her, when she didnt response he suddenly berated her telling her to go back to where she came from. do these people not understand that we as tourists are being approached and interrupted like this twenty times a day? we did not meet one single genuine person from agadir that had not some alterior motive for being friendly. even the waitress in hotel that we had been generously tipping and chatting to all week, charged me for a glass of water and tissue she offered me when she spotted me spilling beetroot juice on my pants. countless occasions in which we were lied to or tried to be taken advantage of. have travelled alot but was totally disillusioned with agadir. will never return
having just returned form a 2 week break in agadir i thought it would be useful to pass on a few tips that really would have helped me.
Take cash rather than traveller cheques, as it is a lot of hassle to change them. All hotels should have a safe in the rooms to keep money etc safe.
If going on a girls only holiday as i did, be prepared to have guys say things to you when you are walking about, in some cases even try to follow you especially at night. It was very stressful at first but once we knew our way around and just ignored any comments etc, had a much better time.
Agadir is good but don’t expect it to be like a typical beach holiday in a Spainish resort.
If you know a few words in french it would help as the second most spoken language after arabic is french.
It can get cool at night so take a light jacket.
We stayed at the Hotel Kamal and found it to be really clean, staff really lovely and would go back without any worries.
Just returned from a week in Agidir, It was an experience to remember. Restaraunts are many, The Scampi, Maurices, Camel Steakhouse recommended. Ask to look at menu before sitting down. We hurriedly exited from one which was particularly grotty, but you don’t have to fly to Morroco to find that. We never frequented main beach, but one just outside Agidir, take the number 60 bus, cost approx 4 dirhams (be prepared for the smell of fish as the locals transport their purchase of fresh fish by this means of transport) and get off at beach camping site.
Tour operator excursions for us were Taradount and Tartoufe. They were very good, but be prepared to find all is not inclusive (e.g Donkeys are 20 dirhams, but you will be hassled for more, it annoyed me, but if the shoe were on the other foot…..)We were informed by a local European that Arabs cannot talk to tourists except only to do buisness, so nothing is for nothing, therefore we found that conversation are to be rewarded, but cost of living is extremly cheap so make up your own mind. Not a lot of info from the tour guide was in English, but we found French and German fellow tourists more than willing to translate.