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Left your guidebook at home? This whirlwind tour of Agadir's hot spots will give you your bearings in no time. Soak up the history of the local Berber people at the tiny Museum of Agadir. Absorb the views from the sandcastle-like ruins of Agadir's Kasbah. And then head down into the town for a whistle-stop tour of the great and the good. Slow the pace down at the market where you can haggle with the souk owners, sip mint tea and breathe in the heady aroma of exotic spices. Finish the day back in time for dinner.

If you want to see the sights and sounds of heady Marrakech, this two day trip contains all the best bits of the city plus a visit to the Portuguese town of Essaouira. On day one, you'll be whisked to the Imperial City of Marrakech and given a tour of the medina and main sights like the Bahia Palace. Following dinner, this is the best time of day to visit the Jemaa El Fna square where you can watch as the red glow of the sun as it sets. The next day, journey to Essaouira for an altogether more relaxed way of life. Spend the day wandering around the narrow streets, sampling the fresh seafood and checking out the sights in this enchanting town.

It's easy to see why Essaouira is often dubbed the ‘Jewel of the Atlantic'. This place has earned such a following that Orson Welles filmed Othello here in 1949. Spend the morning touring the fishing port, medina and artistic complex. In the afternoon, you can stroll around this charming town with its age-old souks, fish auctions and blue and white seaside houses. And that's without even touching on the reams of golden sands on offer.

The only way to get around Morocco. Tower above people for a two hour camel trek through the countryside to the Souss Bird sanctuary. The journey takes you through a traditional local village and the National Park in Agadir, where if you're lucky, you might see some flamingos. Then it's time for a rest from the saddle and get dressed up in traditional Berber costume for a quirky photo. Back at the ranch, finish off the ride with a glass of sweet Moroccan tea and some lip-smacking pastries.

You'll get a great introduction to Morocco's most bewitching city on this full-day tour. Sitting in the shadow of the colossal Atlas Mountain range, Marrakech is a rich tapestry of spice-scented souks, street magicians and steaming food carts. When you arrive, after a three-and-a-half-hour drive from Agadir, you'll be led to the Koutoubia Mosque, to gaze up at its minaret. Topped with four copper globes and piercing the sky at almost 70 metres high, it's one of the Red City's most recognisable sights. You'll also tick off the beautiful Bahia Palace, and the Koran School, which dates back to the 14th-century, and is still in use by students today. There'll be a stop for lunch halfway through the day, before a visit to a traditional Berber chemist and the city's souks. Here, you'll have a chance to rummage the stalls for bargains, so you can stock up on shiny copperware, delicate jewellery and hand-woven embroidery. After dinner, you'll have some free time to take in the sights and sounds of the iconic Jemaa el-Fna Square.

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This two hour full-body massage, held in a stunning venue in Agadir will certainly help you to start your holiday off perfectly. Specially trained hands will not only relax every aching muscle in your body but transport you to a place of pure serenity.

Goggles and bandana on! Lets go. Tear your way through the countryside in a two-seater buggy. A fantastic way to get the adrenaline pumping and show off your skills. Stop mid-way for a well earned break in a local house where you can recharge with sweet mint tea and home-made bread.

Arabian warriors on horseback, glittering belly dancers and dare-devil acrobats. All there to entertain you as you dine at this traditional Fantasia dinner show. Food-wise, you'll sit down in traditional Bedouin tents and be served dish after dish of mouth-watering Moroccan cuisine and local wines. After the meal, get comfortable with a soothing mint tea and a plate of local cookies while you watch the show's finale. A full-on fun-packed evening for all the family.

Step back in time with a half day trip to Taroudant. An ancient Moroccan city, nestled beneath the Atlas peaks, it's a place where time has stood still. Inside the 15th century ramparted walls is a maze of minarets, small souks and pomegranate groves. There's a chance to photograph the city from the outside before being whisked into the city for a mint tea break. Then its time to tour the medina, haggle in the markets and try the local specialities like thyme-flavoured honey.

From sea level to high altitude, this is a day trip with a side-order of adventure. Travel by 4x4s up into the mighty Atlas Mountains, stopping along the way for jaw-dropping views. With rocky plains and steep valleys, you won't be short of places to point the camera. Stop at a traditional Berber village with its sun-baked kasbah houses and eat a local-style breakfast of sweet mint tea and freshly baked bread. Midday brings a three course lunch on the terrace of the Cascades Hotel and after that it's all downhill :literally. Taking a different route down, you'll get to see even more of this stunning mountain.

Escape the commotion in Agadir's souks and head up into the peace of the Atlas Mountains. This two hour trek is the most eco-friendly way to experience the crystal clear air and natural beauty of the biggest mountain range in North Africa. Starting early to avoid the midday sun, there'll be photo stops at traditional villages along the way to your start point of Aksri village. Fuel-up on a Berber breakfast before setting off on a trail with a backdrop of deep craggy gorges, soaring summits and rocky expanses. An oasis in the heat of Morocco, this is a back-to-nature must-do.

Three, two, one….Go! Spend the morning kart racing in an unforgettable holiday experience.

HIGHLIGHTS:

* Test your nerve on the 15 minute grand prize race
* Race against the clock
* Includes all necessary equipment and briefing

New to Agadir, the “Maroc Racing Kart Agadir” karting track offers adrenalin thrills for those who are passionate about karting or for those who want to try something new. Founded by people who are passionate about karting, here you can learn and practice at one of the best driving schools in the country.

After being picked up from your hotel, arrive at the school where a brief safety and training session will be given to you. After that, it’s time to don your helmet and take your seat ready for five minutes of practice laps. Spend ten minutes racing against the clock in preparation for the big moment: the grand prize race! For 15 minutes you race against your opponents, and the winner is then announced at the podium. Accuracy, quick-thinking and courage are just a few things you need to prepare yourself for a morning of kart racing.

From tempting tajines to tasty pastillas, Moroccan cuisine is fresh, popular and easy to make. Learn to prepare these emblematic dishes and wow your friends and family at home with a traditional feast.

HIGHLIGHTS:

* Cook three traditional dishes
* Learn from a Moroccan cook
* Taste the food you prepare with a wrap up lunch

Join a workshop led by the capable hands of a traditional Moroccan cook and learn how to create a three course meal that will remind you of your Moroccan adventures for time to come.

After being picked up from your hotel and transferred to the Atlas Kasbah, on arrival you’ll be treated to traditional Moroccan hospitality with a welcome tea. Then it’s time to roll up your sleeves and get involved with creating three incredible dishes. First up it’s vegetable briouates, small crispy savoury stuffed pastries cooked with aromatic spices such as saffron, ginger and cinnamon. For the main course we prepare a chicken tajine with olives and preserved lemons, the pinnacle of Moroccan cuisine. Then last but not least, there are sweet pastillas with milk and almonds for dessert.

With just small groups and user friendly material, you can easily learn the steps in creating this scrumptious mix of traditional dishes. We save the best until last when you get to try the food you prepared in a celebratory lunch.

Speed your way over rugged terrain in a thrilling quad bike adventure that will leave you wanting more!

HIGHLIGHTS:

* Adrenaline pumping adventure
* Ride over rugged terrain
* Stop for a mint tea in a typical Berber house

Get set, ready and go! Tear your way through Morrocan landscapes in a thrilling quad bike adventure. Set off along the tracks, leaving only dirt behind you, and feel the excitement of racing a quad bike.

Discover the fun of off-roading driving with a half-day quad bike along trails and through typical Berber villages. See authentic Berber villages, stopping for a delicious mint tea along the way, then pick up the pace and begin a ride through formidable landscape. All the equipment you need is provided, including goggles, hood and helmet, so all you need to do is prepare yourself for adventure.

desde 67,2 €

Treat yourself to some “me time” with a full body massage and private Hammam.

HIGHLIGHTS:

* One hour essential oil massage with a specially trained masseuse
* One hour private Hammam
* Steam bath and traditional black soap scrub

Be transported to a place of pure serenity at a wellness spa in Agadir. In calming surroundings, forget all your worries and completely relax with a one hour full body massage aimed to relieve aches and pains. The treatment also includes one hour of care in a private Hammam, complete with steam bath and traditional black soap scrub. Start your holiday in the perfect frame of mind and feel the benefits of traditional and natural wellness.

desde 34,05 €

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