Starting to discover Essaouira, the former Mogador, while crossing Arab villages and Berber. Essaouira, gateway to the South-west Morocco, pretty fishing port is a picturesque town, swept by the winds. Located on the Atlantic coast, 173 km north of Agadir, 176 km west of Marrakesh and A360 km south of Casablanca. She is an outstanding example, well-preserved walled port city of mid-eighteenth century, European-inspired high, transposed into a North African context Heir to a rich cultural history, you will discover its other Squala, its guns and gates , its impressive walls, the door of the Navy, its harbor ....
His recent constructions are elegant and imposing. Its Medina is listed as World Heritage by UNESCO.
The city is also famous for its beach and water sports: windsurfing, kitesurfing, thanks to its winds, its bay and the organization's annual World Cup of Kitesurfing.
Known for its handicrafts and wooden objects tuya, the hinterland of the rare essence is that oil is a treasure:
the argan tree and argan oil ....
Lunch is excluded.
In the Medina you will admire the Place Moulay el Hassan and the Great Mosque. Since the bastion north, you can access the area of ??marquetry where craftsmen work the cedar.
Return to your hotel in Marrakech.
The restaurant Chez Sam is at the bottom of the fishing port at the end of the bay of Essaouira. Surrounded by local fishing boats, you like being in a boat
Housed in a tent caïdale, in very warm atmosphere, fitted with small round tables, benches and stools, with a decoration of oriental fabrics. In this oriental atmosphere, you will be served Moroccan specialties.