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Nature in Essaouira-Mogador

Essaouira, enough eye candy to admire

Essaouira, enough eye candy to admire

A seaside resort in a natural setting

The natural and wild beauty of ancient Mogador will amaze you in many ways. Argan trees, thujas, Norfolk Pines and other conifers cover almost half of the province of Essaouira, one of the most wooded in the Kingdom. In order to preserve this protected ecosystem, composed of forests, dunes, lakes, oceans and wild coast, a responsible and environmentally conscious tourism has been developing for a few years.

To meet these expectations, the Mogador Islands located opposite the port of Essaouira have been transformed into a preserved nature. They’re now home to Eleonore's falcon, but also to seagulls and other birds. They also protect the bay and the splendid sandy beach of Essaouira against the powerful waves of the Atlantic.

With its other beaches such as those of Chicht, Sidi Kaouki, Azrou or Tafedna, lovers of swimming, camel trekking and water sports will have endless challenges to take.

Take advantage of your visit to the province to discover the only estate in Morocco to have obtained organic certification, the vineyard of the Argan Valley, which is nestled in the hollow of a valley, in the shade of argan and olive trees.

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