A nice drive, in Agadir first and then in its neighborhood, will allow you to discover the harbour, the very beautiful view of the bay from the kasbah heights.
Then through the large avenues of the city, and after a short stop at Amazigh museum, you will leave the urban part of Agadir.
Next stopover: Inezgane, a bustling village where Berbers of the Souss region come to do some good business.
Red walls with the Atlas mountains in the backdrop, the lengendary Jemâa El Fnaa square, the souks, the Saadian Tombs, the Bahia Palace, the Menara gardens… a lunch in the medina will fullfill your pleasant journey in this mythical city of Morocco, a real feast for senses!…
At just 80 Km from Agadir, rise Taroudant’s ochre walls. This former Saadian capital enables you, more than any other city, to understand the historic and proud Morocco which preserves its intimacy behind red-earth walls.
A pleasant drive to the foot of the Higher Atlas by the road which passes through the gorges of the affluent river of the Assif Tamrhakht. All along you will see majestuous palmtrees overlooked by rammed-clay villages. Further down the village of Immouzer ; sometimes during rainy winters, you may discover waterfalls and also natural pools located in the cavity of the rocks.
Drive to the foot of the Higher-Atlas to discover a landscape which is, by turns, hard and voluptuous: first of all the olive trees, the almond trees, then old traditional house ocher and red, to reach finally the fresh Immouzer valley through a narrow mule track . During the day, visit of a hundred years old traditional house.
Former Phoenician trading port, baptized “Mogador” by the Portuguese, the “well drawn” city is a unique citadel, cradle of artists of all kinds, fishing port and a market with an intensive activity, cabinets makers sculpting perfumed or precious woods : thuya wood, cedar, ebony… an unforgettable cultural melting pot!
Incursion in the heart of the Anti-Atlas region to discover Tafraoute, whose palm grove is surrounded by a strange and grandiose rose-granit mountainous cirque. Don’t forget your camera!
In the south of Agadir, Massa’s valley spreads out its greenery ribbon reaching the seashore, in front of an infinite beach like a desert bordering the ocean. The road continues by tracks through Berber villages and the Anti- Atlas foothill
Orange groves, banana groves, oasis, “little Sahara’s sandy dunes, all follow as a perfect illustration of the richness and variety of Souss Massa’s landscapes.
Meeting with Berber people and discovery of their culture all along the road till reaching the heart of Tiznit ramparts.
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