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    What to Expect
    We begin our transfer by traveling north of Agadir through the touristic zone  and the Abbatoir Place, an area that holds something for Agadir poeple, photgraphers, locals, and lovers of simplicity in general. Our transfer begins with collection from your Hotel to Souk Al had  where you will meet the most big Market in the south of Morocco . 
    Souk El Had is the biggest souk (market) in Morocco’s city of Agadir. A popular place with locals and tourists alike, here’s everything you need to know before setting off for a shopping extravaganza.
    A large souk with around 6000 stalls, Souk El Had is surprisingly easy to navigate when compared with many sprawling souks around Morocco. Twelve gates lead into the souk, and clear numbering makes it easy to arrange a meeting point and get your bearings. The crowds and chaos can, however, make some people feel overwhelmed; if that is the case, simply walk in one direction until you come to an outer gate. You can then walk around the outer walls to get to where you want to be, or catch a taxi if you don’t want to walk. The stalls are grouped in a fairly well-organised manner, meaning that you can head straight to a particular gate if there are certain items that you are interested in buying.
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    Reviewed 4 days ago

    Souk el Had is the biggest Souk of Africa, they sell evrything but you must have the patience to deal for the right price, it's fun but after a while it gets on your nerves!Anyway a must to see , we had fun and there...More

    Date of experience: August 2019
    Thank Karin G
    Reviewed 1 week ago

    Went to this souk in the morning (around 9am) which I would NOT recommend as half the shops were closed lol however by about 10:30 many more shops and stalls were opening. Its quite a large souk with a lot of variety. The prices were...More

    Date of experience: July 2019
    Thank saqib88
    Reviewed May 22, 2019 via mobile

    More relaxed than Marrakech souk. Most stallholders are friendly, after all they're there to make a living! Moroccan rules apply here so be prepared to haggle. Start low, be prepared to walk away. My wife bought five pashmira shawls for about £6.00 each. Lovely fruit...More

    3  Thank simonmL8250EB
    Reviewed May 12, 2019 via mobile

    One of the biggest souls I have visited in North Africa , really the prices are good and worth to be visited .

    2  Thank annakC2559SY
    Reviewed May 12, 2019 via mobile

    We went to Agadir during the Easter holidays and spent a good part of a day at this souk. It is very big and there are many stalls there from household goods to clothing and spices. We were mainly looking for gifts to bring back...More

    Date of experience: April 2019
    3  Thank BackPacker813316
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    • Souk El Had d'Agadir
    • Duration: 2h
    • Mobile Ticket Accepted
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    • Hotel Pickup
    • Languages Offered: English, French
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