Souk El Had, Agadir

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Agadir: Paradise Valley and Agadir City Tour with Lunch

1. Agadir: Paradise Valley and Agadir City Tour with Lunch

Your Agadir to Paradise valley Trip starts at 8:30AM or 2:00PM in the afternoon, as you drive towards the Immouzer and Paradise Valley road (Honey road), north of Agadir. Out there, you will discover that the water flows all the time, and that the refreshing green landscape is permanent. You can take an adventure through Paradise Valley, and make your way from the city to the countryside to see the tiny streams, mountain gorges, and flowing waterfalls in the picturesque villages. Once you arrive to Paradise Valley, you will take a hike of around 20 minutes, before settling down for some beautiful free time at the natural pools. Following this refreshing break, you will drive back to Agadir. Next, you will drive up the hill to Agadir Ou-fellah (Agadir hilltop), to see the city’s 16th-century Saadian Kasbah (a fortress which was built in 1572), which offers a complete panoramic view of the whole city and the fishing port. The Agadir Argan Oil House will also be a stop on your tour, where you will receive information about a very rare oil, and see how the Berber women produce what is known in Europe as a Golden Liquid. You will learn how they gather and dry the nuts, roast and grind the kernels and finally extract the pure oil. Your final stop before returning back to the hotel will be "Souk El Hed", or Sunday Market (locals market), which is the largest market in the region. In the local market, you will be given an hour of free time to experience the market by your own, while the driver will be waiting for you right outside of the market.

Agadir City Discovery Half-Day Trip

2. Agadir City Discovery Half-Day Trip

Spend a half day exploring all the Agadir has to offer on a city discovery trip. Following a morning pick-up at your hotel, this tour takes you along the beachside promenade, through the trendy marina, and into the busy port to see the various types of fishing boats. Discover both ancient and modern Agadir, while learning interesting facts about the city’s history and admiring views from the Kasbah fortress (Agadir Ouefellah). Explore the city center as you ride along the Mohamed V Boulevard past the Wilaya (the headquarters of the king's regional representative) and through residential neighborhoods. Stops along the way include the Mohamed V Mosque, St. Ann's Church, the Beth El Synagogue, and the walled Souk El Had marketplace, where you will have free time to explore the market and try your haggling skills. On the return ride, your knowledgeable guide will point out various other attractions and local landmarks. The tour ends with a brief stop at a fixed-price cooperative store before transferring you back to your hotel.

Agadir: Agadir City Tour - Half Day and Crocodile Park

3. Agadir: Agadir City Tour - Half Day and Crocodile Park

Be picked up from the comfort of your accommodation in Agadir in the morning or afternoon and enjoy a scenic drive to the thrilling crocodile park. See the Nile crocodile, the giant anacondas, various other animals and the botanical garden for 1 1/2 hours. Head back to the city center to visit the Oufella kasbah in the top of the mountain. Marvel at the amazing sea view from the top and learn more about this facinating historical from your informative guide. Continue to the Mosque Mohammed 5 for an exterior visit to discover the beauty of Moroccan architecture. Travel to your next destination to witness the making of fresh argan oil. Take some time to walk freely at the Souk El Ahad market. Wander through the colorful stalls at one of the biggest souk markets in the kingdom with 3000 shops. Learn about Moroccan shopping culture and snap some pictures of the vibrant market.

Agadir: City Tour, Crocodile Park & Camel Ride

4. Agadir: City Tour, Crocodile Park & Camel Ride

Get a truly unique perspective on the city of Agadir with a visit to the Agadir Crocodile park, the Agadir Medina, and an hour-long camel ride towards the Kasbah Oufella. Learn all about the history of the kasbah from your driver before taking photos of the sea view. Continue to the Mohamed V Mosque and discover the classic Moroccan architecture. Visit a local cooperative where the members make argan oil. Afterwards, get a close look at the crocodiles of the Nile, local anacondas, and other surprises at the crocodile park. Afterwards, head to the Agadir Medina and see a berber village before enjoying a cup of local tea. End your tour with an unforgettable hour-long camel ride and a visit to the souk market.

Agadir: Half-Day City Tour and Berber Breakfast

5. Agadir: Half-Day City Tour and Berber Breakfast

Enjoy an expert-guided tour of Agadir's historical surroundings. Be picked up from your hotel in Agadir or at the cruise port, and see the Marina of Agadir. Discover the lush Botanical Gardens and enjoy a traditional Berber breakfast. Learn about Berber traditions at the Berber Museum and explore the 16th-century fortress, Saadian Kasbah. Enjoy panoramic harbor views on top of Agadir Ou-fellah hill in the old city center, destroyed by the devastating earthquake of 1960. See Agadir's main places of worship. Explore the bustling Souk El Hed, Agadir's largest market, in your free time (1-2 hours), before the return trip. The Garden of Olhao, with its green parkways, Berber constructions, and historical ties to Portugal, is an optional attraction.

Agadir: Half-Day City and Market Tour with Port Transfers

6. Agadir: Half-Day City and Market Tour with Port Transfers

Your Agadir adventure begins with pickup from your cruise ship in the port, then sets out toward the city’s popular promenade and trendy marina area. As you explore, learn about the city’s history from your guide as well as what modern life is like here for the locals. Continue the tour to the city’s vibrant kasbah and discover the historical and ancient wonders of this bustling hub. Wander through the colorful market stalls, bursting with an array of products including spices, fresh fruit, handmade trinkets, exquisite textiles, and more. Shop for souvenirs of your trip and soak up the authentic atmosphere while watching the locals go about their day. Travel along the Mohamed V Boulevard next and then into the heart of the city to explore traditional, residential neighborhoods. Afterwards, visit the walled Souk El Had marketplace and enjoy free-time to stroll around the market at your own pace and put your haggling skills to the test as you try to bag a bargain. At the end of an insightful half-day tour, relax on the return journey back to the port.

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What people are saying about Souk El Had, Agadir

Overall rating

4.1 / 5

based on 121 reviews

We were with Abdullah in Agadir for three hours on Tuesday and it was worth every penny. We were picked up directly in front of our ship, where we started with two cars (6 guests and 4 guests). Abdullah told us a lot about the history, the culture and also personal things, so that you didn't feel like an "ordinary" tour. He was in no hurry, we were able to ask him everything and at the end, after just over 3 hours, we were dropped back in front of the ship. Everything great! The only "point of criticism": We visited an argan oil shop, which was a pure sales event. But there was tea and a purchase was not a must.

Since we were the only guests booked at the time, it remained a private tour. Our guide spoke German very well and told us a lot about the country and the city of Agadir.

Ilyas was our driver and he made our trip more memorable by being friendly and extremely polite. We enjoyed the trip immensely. Thank you. Mamta.

Friendly and efficient guide Omar made it all go smoothly and we really had a good time! Thanks!

Very punctual, collection and return directly from the ship. Good German-speaking leadership.