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Agadir Oufella Ruins
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Agadir City Tour
Ranked #10 of 72 things to do in Agadir
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Reviewed 19 July 2014

Beware the sellers will try to sell u everything from jewellery to key rings to mirrors. There is also a guy with a snake (ugh) who will charge u for any pics u take. We rode camels for 120dh each; scary but fun.
We took loads of pics inside the ruins where we were guided by the lovely Habib.

2  Thank Chioma C
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Reviewed 3 June 2014

This is one of my favorite night spots in Agadir. The view is soooo beautiful, especially at night. It's a great place to relax, hang your feet off the mountain, get some popcorn, and enjoy the view whether solo or with family and friends. It's far from the hectic and noisy city that Agadir has become.I especially liked the group next to us that had berber music playing on the radio, it made it that much more of a memorable experience. There are camels available for rides and you can also check out the historic ruins.

3  Thank Khadija T
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Reviewed 6 May 2014

A winding cliff road leads to the top of the 'Kasbah'. Even on a slightly overcast day the views were fantastic. Photos with camels / camel rides are available for a couple of pounds if you want to do the touristy thing, but the view is the the real draw here.

5  Thank Piglet-Leeds
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Reviewed 27 February 2014

Best to get a taxi up because it's quite a hike up and the path faces the sun most of the day, at least in Feb. But you can easily walk down. There is not really much to see. It is just the remains of a colonial era fort ad apparently the only part of Agadir that was not destroyed in the earthquake. But there are good views all around, not just over agadir, but towards the north and over the hills behind. There are the inevitable touts up there who will try and tell you it's difficult to descend and you should take a taxi, but there is a perfectly well paved safe windy path back down.

1  Thank marionvalder
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Reviewed 9 January 2014

Can be a bit tricky to access by car, but once there, avoid all the touts and the nicknacks and immerse yourself in the view and the ruins as you look out over the wide flat plain surrounding Agadir. Expect to have to pay as you leave the car park, but a few dirham should suffice, not the 20 dirham requested! But well worth the trip.

2  Thank Carole A
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