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A great place to visot. Lots of activity and lots of fish being landed from ships/ boats of all sizes. Most of it is sold on the quayside. Can be rather smelly in the heat as gutting takes place on the quayside and there is...More
Don't bother, I saved up all year to go big game fishing . Arranged 10 hr trip with 6hrs of it travelling to & from fishing spot . I was told we go for sailfish & other big game.
Only to anchor up outside harbour...More
Really smelly if you don’t like fish and smells avoid interesting to see the wide variety of fish, it is one of the major industries of Morocco and they have put a lot of money into it..be careful of eating get it cooked in front...More
Great to visit and sea the small fishing boats coming in and 'landiig' their fish. Very colourful and very busy. Whilst you can also sample the fish , fresh off the boats, in quayside restaurants - BEWARE as pricing is negotiable and rather uncertain with...More
Lots of "fresh fish" stands. They offer degustation of their products. Prices very and you have to remain vigilant if you are buying or eating. For me it was more of a place to visit for the purpose of pleasant people watching and exotic display...More
If you visit this area of fish eateries be very aware of Stall number 20 . We purchased 2 fish at an agreed price of 180 Dirhams. The fish recieved was heavily barbecued and was much smaller than the fish chosen . The bill should...More
Usualy price is 34 MAD (3,4 EUR) for mix of fried sardines, calmari and schrimps, 70 MAD (7 EUR) for grilled fish (dorada). We ordered 1 mix and 1 dorada, but when we get bill, everything was calculated x2, as they explained, that it was...More