Atlantic Walking Tour

Essaouira, also known as Mugadur in Berber language, is artistically different from other cities of Morocco.This wonderful beach resort is located on the Atlantic coast which is referred as Tassort meaning a little fortress highlighting the surrounding wall parts of the city which still exists around it. This coastal town in Morocco is special attraction for those who love to enjoy calm atmosphere. A wonderful attraction situated at the most serene seaside fishing village with exotic beaches. Essaouria has beautifully maintained beaches a star attraction for beach vacations. Walk along deserted beaches and experience Morocco’s beautiful landscapes turns you Atlantic walking tour into an unforgettable once in life time experience. PlageTagharte is a beautiful beach found in Essaouira town. It is titled as Pavilion Blue due to its fine quality water and windy surroundings. Modern times Medina of Essaouira is enlisted by UNESCO among its world heritage sites.

Then there is Agadir is a very important centre for tourism to Morocco a modern city dynamically inclining towards boulevards, modern hotels and European style cafes. Apart from Beaches Morocco is full of wonders and exotic experiences from trekking to walking tours onwards to beaches and camel caravans. The camel caravan journey is full introduction to rich Moroccan culture and history. The camel caravan tour is best to introduce yourself to the diverse landscapes and delicious cuisine and life style of locals. The journey from Medinas to Souqs Marrakech and Essaouira, Casablanca, and Fes offers a unique blend of road, trek, beaches and camel caravan.

This is a discovery tour of the wild Atlantic coast south of Essaouira, edged with large empty
beaches, dotted with fishermen’s villages. You will walk at camel’s pace along beautiful
beaches, cliffs and trays jutting out over the ocean.


– A seaside walking tour with a camel caravan
– Empty beaches and cliffs jutting out over the ocean
– The town of Essaouira

Essaouira (Arabic: الصويرة‎‎; Berber: Mugadur), formerly known as Mogador, is a city in the western Moroccan economic region of Marrakesh-Safi, on the Atlantic coast. The modern name means “the little rampart”, a reference to the fortress walls that still enclose part of the city.