Agadir Shore Excursion: Marrakech Tour From Agadir

Marrakech day trip from Agadir

Agadir Shore Excursion: Marrakech Tour From Agadir

Marrakech is the most famous and touristic city in Morocco, historical, cultural and beautiful.

Depart from Agadir around 7am and arrive in Marrakech around 10am. You will then start by visiting the historical monuments and drive through the ever-changing scenery and landscapes, to a city filled with palm trees and a backdrop of snow-capped mountains. Explore this colorful city, and enjoy the hustle and bustle of Marrakech’s streets. Travel through the former French quarters of Gueliz, visit the El Bahia Palace and see its immaculate courtyards and see the apartments of the Sultan’s concubines. Stop by the 12th Century Koutoubia Mosque and Minaret, the city’s landmark, and see the white Koubba. After, you will have lunch and enjoy a taste of Moroccan cuisine. After lunch, visit the medina and some famous souks of Marrakech, as well as the famous Djemaa El Fnaa Square where you can mingle with the local as the sun sinks below the horizon. Meet soothsayers, snake charmers, scribes, and storytellers. Watch performing monkeys, magicians, dancers, and musicians. Chat with your local guide, while watching a live duo and exotic belly dancing performance. After the show then visit Yves St Laurent’s Majorelle Gardens. Continue through palm groves and take the road to Essaouria. Return to Agadir via the coastal road, passing banana plantations, the Saudi Palace, isolated beaches, and tiny villages.

What’s included

  • English Speaking Driver
  • Port pickup and drop-off

What’s not included

  • Lunch
  • Entrance Fees


  • Family friendly
  • Tour is wheelchair accessible

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