Le Jardin des Douars

Douar Sidi Yacine Bp 413, Essaouira, 44000, Morocco
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from essaouira to immesouane

by arjenspijkerman

dear people,

i want to travel from essaouira to immesouane. does anybody knows how i can reach that place? thanks in advance!

arjen

Re: from essaouira to immesouane

by smartidea

hi there
start from essaouira take the way to tamanar to the south of essaouira .
and then imesouane .

essouira to tamanar to imesouane . if you want too you can get to agadir it's not so far from that beach.
the road is good one don't worry about it .


as i say allways try to be independent and look for local hotels and local places to eat ;
good luck .
for more info contactme and let me know
S.I


here some info about the weather and the wives .....:

http://www.surf-forecast.com/breaks/PointedImessouane.1to3.shtml

Re: from essaouira to immesouane

by Alifelessordinary

Catch a bus to Tamnar and then a grand taxi or a grand taxi the entire way from Essaouira. You may find one to share outside of Bab Doukala entrance to the medina.

Travel Tips for Essaouira

Beginning of building

by JLBG

This one is just at the beginning of its building with only the hull and the ribs. Each rib may be made f several pieces of wood but as often as possible, bend wood is used, which will be strengthen than if it had been cut bent in strait wood. One boat requires a few months to be built.

Diabat

by iwys

In the late 60s Diabat was a hippy commune, reputedly visited by Timothy Leary, Jimi Hendrix, Cat Stevens and other celebrities of the time. Now, it is just a Berber village, somewhat cut off from the rest of the world, although its past fame still attracts visitors to stay at such places as Riad Kaleido. You can reach it by walking south along the beach from Essaouira, then fording a stream, by a broken bridge. It takes about half an hour.

Restaurant Laayoune

by barryg23 about Laayoune

Laayoune is an excellent value restaurant where for less than 5 euro you can have an excellent 3-course meal and a drink. I didn't think it would be physically possible to have another 3 course meal after all I had eaten in Les Alizes the previous night but the menu was very tempting.

The harira and bread is a meal in itself while the tagine I had for main course was the best of the trip. We were the only diners here at first but by the end of our meal the place was packed and there was a queue outside. The Vegetable tagine I ate here was the nicest tagine I tasted all week. Absolutely delicious and you can get it on the 48 DH menu.

Views from the North Bastion

by sachara

The Skala de la Kasbah and North Bastion are great places to see the sunset above the cliffs and ocean (picture 1). From the impressive North Bastion you have nice views to all sides along the coast and of course at the ocean with the waves dashing against the cliffs (picture 3).

To the southwest you can look along the scenic Skala de la Kasbah with the cliffs, island and the fortifications of the harbour at the background (picture 2). In the northeast direction you have views at the rough cliffs and along the walls and buildings in the northern part of the medina (pictures 4 & 5).

Things to see from Skala du Port - Ice wagon

by suvanki

Looking over to the street below, there was plenty of activity. Including this wagon which was full of crushed ice. It was heading away from the fish market, so was presumably heading towards the fish stalls by the harbour, or maybe to one of the fishing boats.

I'm not sure what the boy was doing, maybe trying to get some of the ice for his basket.

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Address: Douar Sidi Yacine Bp 413, Essaouira, 44000, Morocco