The Phoenicians found and lived at Essaouira. Then Rome and Portugal captured it. Before the end of the 15th century, the Portuguese had built the commercial and military port known as Mogador (Essaouira today). This port is located at the foot of the city walls. This harbor is at the base of the city walls.
The marquetry zone, where the greatest artisans work with cedar, is accessible from the terrace of the North bastion. Leaving the Skala, we go along street Derb Laalouj to the Sidi Mohammed Ben Mohammed Ben Abdallah Museum, which houses a collection of musical instruments for traditional Andalusian melodies, weaponry, clothing, and so on.
Then visit Mellah, the Jewish district is located north of the city and spans the ancient Rue Mohammed Zerktouni, it is bounded by a market that goes all the way to Bab Doukkala … and do not forget about the fish lunch in front of a sea view.
We will pass through numerous fields of Argan trees along the road, plants that produce the nuts used in the production of the famous Argan oil, which is used in both culinary and
cosmetic applications. You will have the opportunity to view goats sitting on argan trees… Also, make a visit to a genuine women’s cooperative that produces genuine Argan oil.
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