10 travel tips for Essaouira



  1. Embrace the Wind:Essaouira is nicknamed "the Windy City" for a reason. The constant ocean breezes make it a great destination for windsurfing, kitesurfing, and kiteboarding. Lessons and rentals are readily available.

  2. Go for a Horseback Ride on the Beach:Enjoy a unique perspective of the city and the Atlantic coast with a horseback ride on the beach. This is a particularly beautiful activity at sunset.



  1. Get Lost in the Medina: Essaouira's medina is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and a delight to wander through. Be sure to check out the Thuia wood carvings, the colorful spices, and the fresh-caught fish in the port.

  2. Indulge in Fresh Seafood:With its location on the Atlantic coast, Essaouira is a seafood lover's paradise. There are many restaurants lining the harbor where you can enjoy a delicious meal of grilled fish, tagines, and couscous.




  1. Catch Live Music at Taros Café: Taros Café is a popular spot for live music, especially Gnaoua music, a unique Moroccan genre with roots in sub-Saharan Africa.

  2. See the Sunset from Skala de la Ville:The Skala de la Ville is a fortified seawall with cannons overlooking the harbor. It's a great place to relax and enjoy the stunning views of the sunset.




  1. Shop for Argan Oil Products:Essaouira is known for its argan oil, a natural product with many health and beauty benefits. Be sure to pick up some argan oil soap, shampoo, or lotion as a souvenir.



  1. Learn to Surf: Strong winds and waves make Essaouira a great place to learn to surf. There are several surf schools in town that offer lessons and rentals.

  2. Visit the Port of Essaouira: The port of Essaouira is a hive of activity, with fishing boats coming and going, and seagulls circling overhead. It's a great place to people-watch and soak up the atmosphere.

  3. Plan Your Trip Around the Gnaoua Music Festival:If you're looking for a truly unique experience, plan your trip to Essaouira around the Gnaoua Music Festival, which takes place every June. This four-day festival celebrates Gnaoua music, with traditional music, dance, and food.






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