You will be astonished by the ancient Mogador's natural and untamed beauty in many ways. One of the most forested provinces in the Kingdom, Essaouira is almost entirely covered in argan trees, thujas, Norfolk pines, and other conifers. A responsible and environmentally conscious tourism has been growing recently in order to maintain this protected ecosystem, which is made up of woods, dunes, lakes, oceans, and wild coast.
A natural setting beachside resort
The Mogador Islands, which are just across from Essaouira's port, have been made into a protected natural area in order to live up to these aspirations. Eleonore's falcon, as well as seagulls and other birds, now call them home. Also, they defend Essaouira's bay and gorgeous sandy beach from the Atlantic's fierce waves.
Nature activities of all sorts in Mogador
Fans of swimming, camel trekking, and water sports will have unlimited challenges to take with its other beaches like those of Chicht, Sidi Kaouki, Azrou, or Tafedna.
Use your trip to the region to visit the only estate in Morocco with organic certification, the winery of the Argan Valley, which is tucked away in a valley's hollow under the protection of argan and olive trees.