This tour offers you a great way to dip your toe into Agadir's history and culture, while discovering the city's inherent charm & rich architecture.
Visit to the Kasbah Agadir Oufla which means the top: This is a fortress overlooking the city and the beach at a height of 236 meters. The ocean looks splendid from a height of 240m while sitting on a cliff overlooking both the city and the port.
Visit the port of Agadi, one of the most important in the kingdom. Here, see boat building in progress, sprawling beneath the area's historic kasbah.
Visit the Valley of the Birds housed in the heart of the old river of the region. This valley extends to the center of the city of Agadir, reaching all the way to the edge of the sea. The valley is home to exotic species such as magnolia, calistemon the parkinsonia. A treat for bird lovers.
Visit the Garden of Olhao a Portuguese garden; it highlights the historical ties between these two countries. The garden of Olhao, created to commemorate Agadir's twinning with the Portuguese town of Olhao, is the city's loveliest park.
Visit Souk El Had, an open-air market attended by all the inhabitants of the city of Agadir. Local residents depend on this souk for almost all of their food, clothing, and goods.
Visit to the Medina of Agadir spread over a plot of 4.5 acres of greens and dunes. Inside the enclosed area, you can browse the labyrinth of streets and stalls selling fruits, vegetables, jewelry and goods from around the region.
Visit to the Municipal Museum dedicated to Agadir’s Amazigh heritage of the region of Souss -Massa Draa. It is a great place to learn about the traditional life and culture of the Berber people of the region.
Back to the hotel.