This exciting tour will take you on a journey through the Southern coast of Morocco and its vast sands, from Essaouira to Sidi Ifni, Agadir, and Tiznit. You will travel on one of the loveliest Moroccan mountain roads to the middle of the country through the incredible scenery of the Anti-Atlas; you will visit Tafraout and the ancient medieval city of Taroudant, the “little Marrakech”, before reaching magnificent Marrakech, the “Pearl of the South”. An unforgettable tour through the Atlantic Coast cities of Morocco.
Relaxing on the beautiful beach in the charming city of Essaouira.
A route that combines the amazing contrasting landscapes of golden sands and the barren majesty of the hinterland.
The spellbinding shapes, colors, and scents you will experience as you travel on one of Morocco’s most beautiful roads.
Crossing the mountains through the lush and verdant valleys
The rich heritage and history of this Moroccan region and its wonderful cities: Essaouira, Tafraoute, Taroudant and Marrakech
Start in: Marrakech / End in: Marrakech
PRICE 4 adults: $725 per person
Day 1 : Marrakech
Upon your arrival at the recently renovated Marrakech airport, our staff will greet you and take you to the hotel for a well-deserved dinner.
Day 2 : Marrakech • Essaouira. (160km)
Spend the day swimming and relaxing on the white sandy beaches of Essaouira. Essaouira is the former Portuguese Mogador, the white and blue city nicknamed “well-drawn” as a French architect drew the plans for the city in the 18th century for the Sultan ben Abdellah. See the incredible Gate of the Marine and the Skala with its alignment of bronze cannons .Enjoy the peaceful calm, the whitewashed houses, quiet squares, welcoming cafés-terraces, ancient fishing port, quality craftwork (thuja wood parquetry) and exquisite seafood. The city has a warm atmosphere and is known as a favorite destination for tourists and artists from around the world
Day 3 : Essaouira • Agadir. (175km)
Enjoy the beautiful beaches of Sidi Kaouki and Taghazoute before traveling to Agadir. Enjoy your evening and the Atlantic breezes in one of the enchanting bays.
Day 4 : Agadir • Sidi Ifni. (180km)
The road to Sidi Ifni passes through the town of Tiznit, with its white beach and quaint charm. Discover the charming former Spanish enclave of Sidi Ifni, which comes to life in the evening as the fishermen return from their day’s labor.
Day 5 : Sidi Ifni • Tafraout. (220 km)
Travel toward the Anti-Atlas, and visit the small towns of Guelmin and Tafraoute, famous for rocky terrains, almond trees, argan oil, and oriental slippers Nestled in a beautiful valley near Tafraoute, Ammeln, is an extraordinary setting for hikes and relaxing strolls
Day 6 : Tafraoute • Taroudant. (190 km)
Travel to the “little Marrakech”: Taroudant, through Chtouka Ait Baha. Admire the magnificently preserved walls of this ancient city of the Kingdom, and visit its picturesque medina of fragrant and colorful souqs.
Day 7 : Taroudant • Marrakech. (160 km)
Journey to Marrakech by climbing the impressive hills of the High Atlas to the Test pass, and descend on one of the loveliest mountain roads of Morocco. Visit the Tinmal Mosque, a bastion of the Almohad sultan Ibn Toumert (12th century). Once in Marrakech, visit the historical monuments: the Menara gardens, the minaret of the Koutoubia, the Saadian Tombs and the Bahia Palace. After lunch at the hotel, enjoy a stroll around the walls, the Agdal gardens, the Gueliz district, the medina, the souqs and the famous Djemaâ El Fna Square, known as the living heart of Marrakech and designated as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO.
Day 8 : Departure
Transfer to the airport and receive assistance until boarding. Or extend your stay and explore the magical city of Marrakech.
Transportation by an Air-conditioned private vehicle with English speaking driver guide.
transfers from/to the airport
2 nights at a hotel in Marrakech
1 night at a hotel in Essaouira
1 night at Hotel in Agadir
1 night in Sidi Ifni
1night at a hotel in Tafraout
1 night at in Taroudant
Meals: 7 dinners, 7 breakfasts
Visits and entrance fees to the monuments visited.
What’s not Included:
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