4- Day Tour from Agadir
You’ll see the southern landscapes of Morocco over this 4 days tour from Agadir, from the quaint seaside resort of Agadir to the energetic town of Sidi Ifni. You’ll come across cultural attractions, ancient rock carvings, and hidden jewels along the route. You will travel through charming towns, take in the local markets, and see intriguing Kasbahs. The journey provides an exceptional fusion of scenic beauty and cultural immersion, all conveniently located in Agadir.
- Begin your tour by strolling along Agadir Beach, then visiting Agadir Oufla and seeing the Souk El-had Sunday market, which is noted for its leather stores.
- Take a scenic journey down the Atlantic coast to Merleft and Legzira Beach, where you may marvel at the famed natural red rock formations.
- Staying at a local Riad or Appartement allows you to immerse yourself in the colorful town of Sidi Ifni.
- Traverse the beautiful Anti Atlas Mountains, stopping often for sweeping vistas and insights into small towns.
- Visit a col near Kerdous Hotel at a height of 1100 meters for a panoramic view of the lovely Kerdous Valley.
- Explore the region around Tafraoute, looking for ancient rock carvings such as the renowned “Napoleon’s Helmet” and painted rocks.
- Travel via Ait Baha and across the Tizi Mlil Pass, taking in views of Jebel Lekst and the beautiful Ameln Valley.
- Visit the Tizergane Kasbah, an old castle built on a hilltop that offers insight into the region’s past and architecture.
- Admire enormous vistas studded with almond and Argan trees, which create a hypnotic tapestry of hues and textures.
- Pickup & dropoff services
- Private Transportation in an SUV or minivan with A/C
- English/Spanish speaking driver
- Plane ticket
- Monuments fees
Agadir, Morocco, welcome! Meet your tour guide at the airport or your hotel to begin your four-day journey in Agadir. Begin with a lengthy stroll on Agadir beach or a cup of coffee at a local eatery.
Near, to the left, is Agadir Oufla (placed in the ancient city of Agadir), a historical monument in Agadir that contained the old city of Agadir, most of which was destroyed by the earthquake that devastated the city. Transfer you to the Sunday market in Souk El-had, a historic market with numerous leather stores. From here on out. You will return to your accommodation in the afternoon after visiting Taghazout to watch the sunset in a local restaurant.
Head to Elgzira Beach in the southern part of Agadir after breakfast at your accommodation, passing along Atlantic beaches. A one-of-a-kind tour to Merleft, where you may experience the incredible atmosphere before continuing on to Legzira beach.
Once there, spend your free time exploring the famous natural red rock, and if the weather permits, go for a swim. Later in the day, continue on to Sidi Ifni to stay in a local Riad/Appartement.
This morning, we will depart from Sidi Ifni via Tafraoute. Later on, we'll take a different route across the breathtaking Anti Atlas Mountains. We will continue driving; you will have several opportunities to stop and enjoy the scenery, little oasis, and Berber communities located along the river. Our next stop will be to the col 1100 m near Kerdous hotel, where you will be treated to a panoramic vista of the enchanting Kerdous Valley.
When you arrive at Tafraoute, you will tour the surrounding region of this southern Berber village. The ancient rock carvings, Napoleon's helmet, and the painted rocks will all be visible. The voyage concludes in the late evening. Dinner and stay in Tafraoute at a hotel.
We will return to Agadir via Ait Baha and the Tizi Mlil Pass on this day. admiring the views of Jebel Lekst (2359 m) and the Ameln Valley.On the peak, you'll notice a rock feature called Lion's Face. We will travel via the Anti Atlas mountain ranges and arrive at the Tizergane Kasbah, which is perched on a slope next to the road. Taking a moment to explore this magnificent Kasbah.
Later on, we travel through a number of villages as we make our way to Ait Baha and Ait Melloule. You will be in awe of the vast vistas and the hundreds of Argan and almond trees that surround the region. We reach Agadir at last.