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Morocco: Essaouira And Agadir

Sergey Dolya • 3 minutes read • March 22nd, 2016


is a resort and port city, located almost on the same latitude as the Canary Islands. It is said that when the weather is good, the Canary Islands can be seen from a local mountain.

Agadir city

there is a local port where you can see all of the fishermen working hard:

Below, one of the beautiful sights to see in 



Below, a scenic shot of Essaouira in the evening:

Local coasts, hidden behind the islands, are home to soft sands and strong winds:

Travelers tip: it is recommended to wear sunglasses or eyewear when traversing the dunes of the coast. High winds cause sand particles to fly into the air . . . and into your eyes:

The sunset passes behind a local fishing dock:

Locals enjoy a stroll along the pier and tired fisherman make their way home:

A drive from Essaouira to Agadir in the moonlight. The lights in the distance mark the city of Agadir. Morocco comes alive at night:

The Sofitel hotel in Agadir:

The beach in front of the Sofitel hotel. There are fewer people on this beach than in city of Casablanca:

The Pier of Agadir showcasing typical Moroccan architecture:

Agadir port is one of the largest ports in Morocco. Its fishing fleet is represented by small boats and large trawlers:
Author: Sergeydolya
Translated by: Gian Luka

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