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Went here as last min trip to top of the hill as soon as arrived got haggled by man wanting to show us around an tell us the history camel rides also available if right price too all together not very impressed but had good...More
It’s a quick drive up the hill and there’s plenty of parking at the top. Once there you can get the very best view if the port, city and beach. Fend off the hustlers though. There are camel rides which seem well supervised and safe,...More
Had a tour around Agadir with a private driver and of course the Kasbah was part of it. Not much to see but you have a great view over the city. Many people up there trying to sell you stuff or trick you on a...More
Get a taxi to go there, wait and return. 150DH
All about the view here.
Gorgeous sight seeing and photo opportunities. I would recommend going into the ruins in shoes rather than slippers as its very dusty and rocky.
Struggling to see the attraction of this place. Yes, it’s a nice view. That’s it. People are flocking here- maybe it’s the boredom of being in Agadir?
We went just before sunset, about 1830.
The taxi tariff from Agadir to the kasbah and back with...More
This was part of the discover Agadir excursion we did with TUI and although the view was fab there was not much else to see. We walked up to the ruin but and it was steep to walk up to see not a lot -...More
This is the site of an old castle and civilisation which was wiped out during an earthquake.
The site sits at the top of a winding steep road with the hillside marked with the words 'ALLAH ALWATAN ALMALIK' (in Arabic).
Nice views of the tourist...More
Nothing special. The place is alright, as there is a nice view from the top of the hill, but nothing more than that. Rather overrated...
Avoid guys with camels/monkeys/snakes/whatever they have! They will empty your wallet in no time.
Response from Leviathon_uk | Reviewed this property |
use the taxis they are so cheap it's not worth the risk of injuring yourself on the path. The taxis will take you there and wait until you're done for about 150 dirham. Plus if you find a good one they'll stop on the way up... More
use the taxis they are so cheap it's not worth the risk of injuring yourself on the path. The taxis will take you there and wait until you're done for about 150 dirham. Plus if you find a good one they'll stop on the way up and down so you can take photos. However there is a footpath if you choose to do so.
Response from Thinkingtime | Reviewed this property |
There is plastic waste everywhere, it is a real mess. It is all around the city. On the beaches, on the streets. If you don’t see it you are either blinkered and brainwashed into thinking Agadir is some sort of environmental... More
There is plastic waste everywhere, it is a real mess. It is all around the city. On the beaches, on the streets. If you don’t see it you are either blinkered and brainwashed into thinking Agadir is some sort of environmental haven or you are blind.