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The beach is lovely. It was not very crowded when I visited but that was on a Thursday. The water was chilly in December and lots of peddlers were around. However most peddlers left you alone rather quickly when you made it clear you weren’t...More
You can walk this lovely beach (kind of like San Sebastian) either to the Medina or in the other direction to get a horse or camel ride or walk to the ruins of an old fortress about 30 minutes on foot from the Atlas Essaouria...More
I visited Essaouria at the last minute after my plans in Marrakesh were cancelled. It turned out to be by far my favorite day of my trip to Morocco. It's an easy 2.5 hour drive from Marrakesh. A great day trip opportunity.
The town is...More
We visited Essaouira beach and chose to take a camel ride near to sea.I think it was a perfect idea!My company and I had unforgettable moments there!!!Whatever you want to do at this beach from just a walk to extreme sports like surf it will...More
Came to this beach for a few days to get out of the heat of Marrakech. The beach is super basic and not the prettiest. There is a lot of action going on on this beach and there is not much in the way of...More
We really enjoyed our stay at the beachfront of Essaouira. There is a lot of activities like camel riding, horseback riding, quad riding, surfing, kite surfing or just relaxing in the sun or one of the restaurants close by.
Attention: there is quite some police...More
I went relatively early for a walk/run on the beach - there was no wind, low tide so the beach was wide and perfect for walking on. There were a number of early morning soccer matches on the go along the way! Lots of people...More
To go to Essaouira today APARENTLY has nothing to do with Essaouira in 1987 but somehow this would nottotally be true. Why? Because there are still two top aspects: its people and the fish caught daily by the fishmongers. We bought a lobster and prawns...More
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You would have to do a little more research on this. We did not see any marriage offices that would accommodate this, however I am sure there is. Bear in mind, this is a fishing village and there might not be a licensed... More
You would have to do a little more research on this. We did not see any marriage offices that would accommodate this, however I am sure there is. Bear in mind, this is a fishing village and there might not be a licensed officer to do so.