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The Marrakech to Essaouira day trip is a fantastic way to explore the stunning coastal town of Essaouira, located approximately two hours from Marrakech. This full-day excursion will take you through scenic countryside landscapes before arriving in the charming town of Essaouira, which is known for its stunning beaches, bustling harbor, and fascinating history.
Your journey will begin with a comfortable drive from Marrakech through the rolling hills of the countryside. Along the way, you’ll have the opportunity to stop and take in the stunning landscapes, including views of the Argan tree forests and local Berber villages.
Upon arrival in Essaouira, you’ll have ample time to explore the town’s many attractions. You can stroll through the charming old town, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and discover its winding streets, white-washed buildings, and historic landmarks. You’ll have the chance to visit the harbor, a bustling center of activity where fishermen bring in their daily catch, and wander the town’s many shops and markets, which offer a wide range of local crafts and goods.
Indigo's driver will pick you up from your hotel or your riad . Live the Adventure Day trip to the Essaouira Atlantic Ocean Transfer to the coastal fishing port of Essaouira (we will have to drive around 3hrs drive each way). However, we will have to pass through the place where the Goats clim the Argan threes where you will have the Option to visit a Women’s Argan co-operative On the way to Essaouira Mogador and where you will see the Process the Argan Oil Passes to be Oil – the argan tree only grows on the West coast of Morocco and the oil is extracted for salad oil, amlou (mixed with almonds and honey to make a delicious paste) and skin care. Option to camel trek along the beach. In Essaouira, wander at your leisure through this relaxed and friendly small town e.g. ramparts that been built by The portuguese colonization (In the 15th century the Portuguese were among other various travellers and merchants who invaded the Moroccan coast. In 1506, the king of Portugal, Manuel I, ordered a fortress to be built there, named "Castelo Real de Mogador". The fortress fell later to the local resistance.) , craft shops in the medina, art galleries and fishing harbour. Concerning Lunche , you will have the chance to have some Moroccan Local food next to Mogador Islands or in some other cafe spaces that serving all kind of Fishes fresh , and after you explore the most historical and cultural places in Essaouira Mogador , we will have to drive back to the Red of Marrakech by the afternoon .
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