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If you can ignore the fishy smells and get a tour and history of this fishing port it is well worth it. The port is small and yet very active with daily catches. A great place to go and just watch people.
We really enjoyed our half hour being shown round the fishing port by Abdul, a retired fisherman with 45 years experience behind him. He just latched onto us and started showing us round. He was so knowledgeable and friendly that we just went with it...More
Well worth the trip out from Marrakesh, lovely blue and white painted houses, different from the Okra colour. Mednia a delight to walk around, not the usual hassle.
Really enjoyed the walk around the port, everyday life of Morroco at it's best. Saw an aray...More
This is quite a place, a huge collection of small fish sellers right at the spot the fishing boats come in. Plus a thousand sea birds dining on scraps.
It’s just outside the Médina and you see the old fortifications and cannons nearby. I met...More
This is truly a stunning must see place town on the Atlantic coast of Morocco. It has a gentle and calm demeanour with a stunning port filled with all kinds of fishing craft. Traditional fishing town, souk is open, calm and items found cheaper than...More
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Not that we could see. My husband says they are dredging-perhaps the first step in this process. Hope they won’t throw out the small fishing boats.
Sorry I had not seen this. I think I was away after that.