Start your first trip with the best and health breakfast at the hotel in Marrakech. After that, you are ready for Essaouira trip. The distance between Marrakech and Essaouira is about 170 kilometers. On the way to Essaouira, there are beautiful landscapes, several villages, sheep, goats, seldom herbs, and also the vegetation changes to argan trees that only grow in the wild area and on which the goats goes up to consume berries. If you want to see closely, it’s possible to stop by and seeing the extracted argan oil produced by women. The oil is very well-known for its uses in cosmetics and also in cooking. After reaching Essaouira, you are able to find beautiful certain recommended places such as the Medina. The Medina is a walled-centre of the town. However, actually The Medina of Essaouira is forbidden to motorcycle. Therefore, if you want to enter this area it is better for you by taking a walk. What things are good in Essaouira? They can be doing some water sports such as kitesurfing and wind surfing since there is always a good wind in the beach of Essaouira. If your trip is in June, then you can watch the festival of world music performance. Another you can do is absolutely enjoying the culinary. There are some fish markets where you can buy fresh fish, some great restaurants which serve food for vegetarians and the shop where good snacks and sweet cakes are available. After having a pleasant time in Essaouira, You can take a rest and preparing to go to Agadir on the next day.
Second Day : Essaouira – Agadir
After having your breakfast, then you are ready for Agadir which is about 173 km away from Essaouira. This city is located on the shore of the Atlantic Ocean near the foothill of The High Atlas. Agadir is a major fascinating modern city in the southern of Morocco. There are some recommended places in Agadir you can visit. One of them is The Museum Municipal du Patrimoine Amazigh. This museum shows some ancient stuff of Berber in the 18th and 19th century such as jewelry, ancient clothing and manuscripts. If you feeling a little bit tired then you can go to Jardin Olhao. In this are, you can find certain modern cafe where you can enjoy a cup of coffee, a space for children’s playground, and also it is completed with the toilet. Another best recommended thing in Agadir is tasting Agadir’s culinary. There are varied range of places to taste Agadir’s culinary. For example, there is Nouveau Talbourjt in Agadir. Nouveau Talbourjt is a cheap restaurant. Or, along the beach line there are some restaurants which serves many kinds of food such as seafood, junkfood or even Japanese and Thailand cuisine.
Third Day : Agadir – Marrakech
You can spent more time in the morning because you do not have to wake up early in the morning. Prepare yourself for the trip from Agadir to Marrakech.
My Name is Youssef but my friends call me Icho as this is my Berber name. I work as a driver and also organize tours to the desert. My passion is learning different languages as in my job I meet a lot of people from different countries and it is great to speak their languages.
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