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Was advised to come for a quick look around. Its photo opp heaven. Bright blue boats, birds swarming overhead looking for bits of fish to eat, the noise of people talking/bartering etc...but the smell is STRONG! And dont wear open toed sandals as it was...More
Is a very nice fishing port, if you like seafood it is the place for you. make sure you rent a place with kitchen facility, buy all sort of fresh seafood from the port when the fishing boat comes back, could get a good bargain...More
Didn't know where to look next as so much going on. all these beautiful wee fishing boats but the place stunk to the high heavens! It smelt of pungent cod liver oil and I had to gag a few times. It was due to the...More
The sight of life. These people live from the days catch. you can see the fishermen actually unloading the fish from the nets and selling the days catch. There are hundreds of seagulls roaming on top ready to snatch whatever is available. If you distaste...More
Response from Carol A S | Reviewed this property |
Informally, if you are in Essaouria, you could walk down to the main fishing harbor, and ask around to find a fishing boat and captain. If you wanted to arrange something ahead of time, you might want to contact the Morocco... More
Informally, if you are in Essaouria, you could walk down to the main fishing harbor, and ask around to find a fishing boat and captain. If you wanted to arrange something ahead of time, you might want to contact the Morocco Tourism Board. According to Tripadvisor guidelines for answering questions, "Links, contact information, and advertising are not permitted." I found a contact page where I could ask a question by typing "Morocco visitor bureau contact" into my web browser.
Response from janeaustinNY | Reviewed this property |
Not that we could see. My husband says they are dredging-perhaps the first step in this process. Hope they won’t throw out the small fishing boats.
Sorry I had not seen this. I think I was away after that.