Oualidia is famous for its seafood, along with its traditional fisherman culture. On this tour, guests will get to tour the salt marshes & ocean coasts that these fishers still hunt in to this day.
Oualidia is a village of fishermen, often forgotten on the Atlantic coast, between the historic towns of El Jadida and Safi. For several years El Oualidia has been a popular destination for the Moroccan Royal family - The King Mohammed V had a summer palace on the edge of the sea.
Oualidia is built along the coast and part of the city overlooking a natural saltwater lagoon that is a favorite spot for swimmers & boaters. The wild side of the ocean in Oualidia is separated from the lagoon by a large sand bar, where surfers brave the ocean wild & ride majestic waves.
Oualidia is famous for its oysters, shellfish and abundant fresh seafood. One of the most delicious dishes you can eat here is fresh fish that the local fishermen will be grilling for you on the beach.
Discover the salt marshes, where you will cross very different environments inhabited by all kinds of sea birds while tasting oysters and other seafood that are the hallmarks of Oualidia!