Once a small outpost, Agadir has grown into Morocco’s second-largest port and has become known as the “Pearl of the South.”Price TBD
DurationApproximately 3½ hours
Your quick immersion into this lively city begins as you head to the mostly-in-ruins walls of the Kasbah, which provide a glimpse into a prosperous past. The hilltop location also offers inspiring views the sights below, including the commercial port where your ship is docked, the fisherman’s port with its sandy bay, and the boulevards of the city. In the distance, you will spy the verdant Souss Valley, the Anti Atlas mountains and Tichka Plateau.
From here, travel to the Souk of the bustling Bab El Had, protected by the shade of woven screens.
Pause at the souk for a chance to take photographs before continuing to the New Medina. Designed by the distinguished artist Beato Salvatore “Coco” Polizzi, a lover of Berber culture, this district boasts inviting cafes, an arts and crafts gallery, a small hotel and workshops where artisans fashion treasures from wood, iron, tile and clay.
Your introduction to a historic and colorful city drawing to a close, return to the pier.Important Notes: It is recommended that guests wear flat, comfortable shoes. The order of sights visited may vary.