marrakech to essaouira 2-day tour


In these marrakech to essaouira 2-day tour is one of many easiest methods for the individuals who arrive in Marrakech and desires to visit Essaouira

On these 2 days we’ll go to many sightseeing and plenty of gorgeous locations, we’ll begin from red city Marrakech, forwards, we’ll attain to Essaouira overnight there we’ll discover and many others place on it, on the next day we’ll drive towards Safi and el-Jadida 

You will have free time to discover these locations, we’ll reach to Casablanca the place where our tour will finish.



This is the itinerary of the marrakech to essaouira 2-day tour:

Day1: marrakech – essaouira

Our marrakech to essaouira 2-day tour, we’ll pick you up from your hotel or airport or train or bus within the morning from Marrakeshyou’ll begin the tour around 8:00 a.m. we will take a drive to Essaouira or Mogador is an old fort, on the best way we’ll take pleasure in fantastic argan trees the place we will go to a local women ‘cooperative’

We’ll attain in direction of Essaouira enjoy a full day exploring. Essaouira is a port city and resorts on morocco’s Atlantic coast, its medina (old town) is protected by 18th – century seafront ramparts called the “Skala de la Kasbah”, which have been designed by European engineers, old brass cannons line the walls, and there are ocean views strong “alizée” trade winds make the town‘s crescent beach popular for surfing, windsurfing, and kitesurfing

We’ll discover the “Skala” the port known as the “port of Timbuktu” as a result of most African products for export ended up there, including slaves  ( children of Bambara within the gnaoua mythology ). (sultan ben Abdellah) promoted free commerce policies by reducing customs and encouraging the settlement of rich merchants and Jews to handle trade with Christians.

We’ll see some of the stunning Essaouira artwork galleries scattered within the medina. in Marrakech to Essaouira 2-day tour, you’ll have the opportunity to visit Essaouira citadel by the harbor, constructed by Genoese engineers. also referred to as ‘scala du port’, this fortress is likely one of the symbols of the town, it was additionally the setting for a number of scenes of the popular “Game of Thrones” series

We’ll take pleasure in a delicious seafood lunch within the harbor stalls or at a local café terrace or within the restaurant’s .free program afternoon. Overnight in a local riad.

Day2: essaouira – safi – el-jadida – casablanca

On the last day of marrakech to essaouira 2-day tour, After having breakfast, we will leave Essaouira to travel towards Casablanca economic city of morocco .we’ll head to the city of Safi .we’ll explore the main sights including the medina of “Safi”. its a port on morocco’s Atlantic coast .

We’ll visit Ksar El Bahr, a (16th-century) fortress built by Portuguese colonizers, is on the the old town, food, and craft stalls line “the rue du souq” nearby, the national museum of ceramics is in another Portuguese-built fort

The centerpiece of the collection is decorated local pottery, created in workshops in the hillside colline des potiers quarter. and cathedral Portuguese, opposite the entrance to the great mosque and clearly signed from “rue du souq”, this ruined cathedral dates from 1519 and was built in the Manueline (Portuguese late gothic )style construction was never completed, and most of the structure was demolished after the departure of the Portuguese. 

Afterward, we’ll continue travel to “El Jadida”.we’ll enjoy lunch and break in the restaurant in el Jadida .afterward, we’ll explore the city of El Jadida .we’ll visit the Portuguese city of “Mazagan”, now part of the city of El Jadida,(90km) southwest of Casablanca, was built as a fortified colony on the Atlantic coast in the early (16th century).

It was taken over by the Moroccans in (1769) then, we’ll continue to Casablanca. we’ll reach Casablanca in the early evening and drop you at the airport or your hotel or any place you choose .end of marrakech to essaouira 2-day tour.


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