Great views of the city but are pestered by touts when you get there trying to sell you fake things.
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This place is part of history in agadir. But what disappoints are the strew hustlers. They trick you getting on to the camel and snake. And after they will haggle with you for money for anything. The guys who stroll around the place look for...More
Maybe 25 minute walk up the hill, a lot of trash on the way up and hundreds of water bottles in the bushes. When we got to the top there were of course salespeople there to greet us, camels and ponys waiting to be ridden....More
We travelled up to the kasbah in a coach it was pretty scary going up in narrow winding roads with very low barriers but we had very scenic views of huge mountains. At the top there are camel and donkey rides, people selling jewellery and...More
The car park is full of sellers who grab hold of you with little chance of escape so be warned, head straight up into the Kasbah and make sure you have used the toilet facilities before heading up.
We went up to the Kasbah hill/mountain for the views and they were breathtaking, a must for any visitor to AGADIR, the city was almost all but destroyed in 1960 by a powerful earthquake. We paid 150 Dirhams (approx. £12.50 for 2 people) for a...More
Welll you can't go agadir and not do this it's absolutely amazing views just before sun set in day light then as sun is setting it's brilliant a guy up there tell you about the earthquake when he was 17 the pictures we too was...More