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There were fishing ships returning after being on the sea and we got to see them being unloaded and transferred to the market. Lots of kinds of fish that I'd never seen before. Everyone seemed happy and no pressure to buy anything.
Nice to watch how the locals buy/sell fishes and seafood. I must say its really fresh and rich in variety. But be prepared for the fishy smell and surrounded by seagulls. Take a walk all the way to the end and see how much work...More
A bit unusual location to explore. It is both a fascinating historic complex and port .
At the same time it is a working fishing port with both fishing boats and repair facilities. Real hardworking people and very interesting equipment. The history of this port...More
It's very interesting to see the locals withthe fish they've got, how they prepar it or even go and buy some and taste it, but be prepared for some very strong smells that not everyones stomach can bear.
Very picturesque place to be, it does worth a trip from Marrakesh (200 km, about 20 Euro) just to see this wonderful town on the border of the ocean, eating a fresh fish in the port and visiting the medina.
Beer available on the cafes...More
Fishermen are selling their bait from the day. A great variety of fish and sea food. For the courageous ones: Taste the sea food (oysters, shells, hedgehog fish) directly at the stands with lemon - have fun digesting on the decision ;-)
Trip started in Marrakesh. I was picked up in my hotel at 7.30 am. Then the minibus collected other people from different places. Then we had to change to a bigger bus. at last the trip started. but on the way the driver stopped twice....More
Very cool area to see but it is very busy depending on the time of day. We went around 1700 when the fisherman were all returning from the day and were selling their fish. It is a dirty area as they are hauling many fish...More
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.