An ancient Portuguese fortress dating from the 18th century (formerly known as Mogador) and one of the most attractive cities on the Atlantic coast of Morocco.
Enjoy two and half hour riding through extensive dry plantations and argan. Your exploration of the city begins by visiting the fortifications consisting of an astonishing mixture of Portuguese and Berber military architecture.
Take a stroll through the medina and explore the souks and carpentry workshops dedicated to cedar and wood of cedar sculpture. You can continue the visits by discovering the art galleries and fortified harbour with its fish stalls freshly caught at the barbeque.
Lunch can be taken in one of the city’s recommended restaurants and the afternoon can be spent away from the bustle strolling along the beach.