What to do in Essaouira Morocco ?
Essaouira Argan Trees Goats Best Day Tours Trips from Marrakech Overview:
The best thingsto do in Essaouira Argan Trees Goats Best Day Tours Trips from Marrakech Essaouira known also as Mogador is on the Atlantic coast 170 km from Marrakesh. the bus ride to Essaouira is around 3 hours where the view and climate is changing as we get closer to the ocean. On the way there is a chance to stop and take pictures of goats on argan trees by the road .
Rampart is a length of bank or wall forming part of the defensive boundary of a castle or settlement . Essaouira has beautiful ramparts called “Skala” a UNESCO site heritage for less than 2 € visitors can explore the ramparts and listen to the waves crash and take excellent coastal and city photos.
Visit an argan oil cooperative
Organic Argan oil cooperatives are a form of social and organizational associations . In Essaouira, there are some argan oil cooperatives that give visitors a great chance to witness the products being made. In rooms adorned with argan trees, women use ancient tools to hand press oil from the kernels. it is interesting to see the process like an open air museum.
Essaouira’s wide, sandy beach is a great place for windsurfing and kitesurfing amongst other water sports, but swimming and sunbathing can be difficult when the winds are strong what makes it the best chance for travellers to try their hand at a new extreme activity. there are plenty of surf shops and surfing schools, as well as windsurfing schools in Essaouira that are great for beginners.
Fishing market & Fishing port
The fish market and the fishing port are a must see Since Essaouira was Morocco’s main fishing port in the mid 1900s And being this close to the ocean it would be a big lost not eating seafood, we headed towards the local seafood market where you can select your fish from their elaborate daily catch and have it cooked for you by order.
When exploring the city and its narrow streets with plenty of shops , traditional clothes, Amlou (Moroccan peanut butter made with Argan oil), tapestries, pottery, and even food, these markets “SOUK” are a treasure trove for traditional souvenirs, and offer one of the most enchanting cultural experiences in Morocco.
The medina streets and main square
Unlike the medinas of fez and Marrakech, the medina of of Essaouira is a vibrant, bustling place with so many fascinating examples of local culture,without the intense crowds, Here you can take your time, sip coffee, listen to music and rlax