Partez pour une visite touristique de 4 heures d’Agadir et découvrez les sites les plus caractéristiques de la ville et ses quartiers fascinants. Promenez-vous aux côtés de votre guide privé tout en visitant les quais animés du port et admirez les bateaux de pêche traditionnels du Maroc. Découvrez une kasbah saadienne en ruines du XVIe siècle, explorez les ruelles étroites de la vieille ville d’Agadir, puis découvrez comment l’argan est fabriqué. Pratiquez votre marchandage dans le souk animé de la ville, où les vendeurs exposent des produits d’artisanat local, des épices aromatiques et d’énormes piles de produits frais.
Ramassage à l'hôtel inclus
Introduction parfaite pour les visiteurs pour la première fois
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Non accessible aux personnes à mobilité réduite
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Animaux dassistance acceptés
Transports en commun proches
Chaises enfant disponibles
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JeanFranois_D, mars 2019
Nous étions seuls en voiture VIP avec un chauffeur et un guide pour faire la visite d'Agadir. Cette ville ayant subi un tremblement de terre en 1960, du passé il ne reste que l'ancienne ville en ruine sur les hauteurs. Agadir est une ville belle et moderne, même la mosquée est de 1983. Le souk étant fermé le lundi, notre guide nous a soumis plusieurs propositions de remplacement, nous avons choisi un petit souk artisanal. Nous avons également visité une fabrique d'huile d'Argan. Notre guide, très à l'écoute, nous a personnalisé notre visite. Cette excursion a été enrichissante et nous a permis d'avoir une vision générale de la ville au début de notre séjour.
Excellent tour of Agadir would...
kim, mai 2017
Excellent tour of Agadir would highly recommend if you are visiting the area. Tour guide was very informative. Transport comfortable.
We were picked up from the port by a...
Joanna K, avr. 2017
We were picked up from the port by a driver and a guide Dell in a new and very comfortable minibus. We were given a very knowledgeable commentary as we went to various tourist sights around the city and to a market. Dell was very attentive and made sure we were aware of traders tricks and took us only to government certified traders to ensure if you did buy anything, it was genuine. Really good trip and I would recommend it.
We were picked up from and returned...
Jouni A, janv. 2017
We were picked up from and returned conveniently to our cruise ship. There was a driver and the guide with a minivan. We were very pleased for the guidance and service as a whole. Thus, we can warmly recommend this tour for others.
Our Guide Dell and Driver Abdel met...
Nigel_M, janv. 2017
Our Guide Dell and Driver Abdel met us ship side on time. To our surprise it was just my wife and I with a minibus to ourselves. Dell was a great knowledgeable and aminable guide. We went first to the heights for views over the city, Then to the Argon Oil factory. This was followed by a trip to an amazing Artizan Souk where traditional Morrocan handicrafts were available to buy or simply to admire. Tha main market was unfortunatly closed due to strike but Abdel drove us 14k out of Agadir to a smaller market. We then returned to Agadir for Coffee at a beachside cafe.
There was plenty of time for everything in the 4 hour tour and at no time did we feel rushed or pressured to move on as we werent tied to a large group.
To summerize we had a fantastic tour for a price half of what it would cost through the cruise line. We will definatly book futher tours next trip and can recommend to others.
Thank you so much Dell, hope to see you again
Joyce and Nigel
The driver and guide were excellent...
Lenore K, nov. 2016
The driver and guide were excellent. The camels and goats were fun to see but if you took a photo with one, the owner wanted
20. The argon oil factory was very high priced. The souk was full of junk that wouldn't sell at a garage sale and this junk was expensive.
The Kasbah is a ruin.
Guide did not really speak English...
Arlene K, nov. 2016
Guide did not really speak English. He told us what we were seeing but could not answer questions. Worth the price
There is not much to see in Agadir...
Rachelle V, oct. 2016
There is not much to see in Agadir, to be truthful. Our guide was friendly and helpful. But, truly there is not much to do. I am glad we booked this tour, because I did not feel comfortable wandering around Agadir alone. The tour was affordable and the guide was friendly.
Our tour guide was very personable...
Melody F, nov. 2015
Our tour guide was very personable and cheerful and our cab driver was very kind and helpful. Because we were not interested in shopping, our tour was a little bit shorter but our guide gave us all the time that we wanted. He was a delight. There really isn't much to see in the area but we are glad that we took the tour which is why we give it only 3 stars but our guide and driver were 5 stars!
the best thing about this tour is we...
Denis L, nov. 2015
the best thing about this tour is we were picked up at the Cruiseship. only gave it a 3 star rating because not much to see, in a city tour. But enjoyed it. The guide was very good.
This was an excellent introduction...
Ian P, août 2015
This was an excellent introduction to Agadir for my family from our guide Dell and his driver colleague didn't catch his name! in their minibus. The trip to the port was fantastic - at morning we saw all the boats coming in with their catch, and saw it processed on the dockside. Very authentic, like a travel documentary! We also saw boat building, local palaces, the Kasbah, and a small market the large souk being shut on Mondays. We even got a quick trip to the supermarket to pick up some supplies on the way back. It was terrific value as well, at less than 10 each half the price of GetYourGuide, by the way. BTW, booking online means you know what you're getting for your money, and don't have to worry about getting ripped off when trying to pick up a trip locally at your holiday destination. Thoroughly recommended.