Agadir Kasbah

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Raj S
Wellingborough, UK16 contributions
May 2022
Is actually a ruin of the 1960s earth-quake, approximately 300 meters high, providing a beautifully scenic 360 view of Agadir.
Is inscribed with the words GOD KING COUNTRY (in Arabic) on the side of the hill, which can be seen from the whole of Agadir ... day & night!
Written 9 May 2022
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Peter Follett
Rugby, UK5 contributions
Apr 2022 • Friends
Our hotel beach overlooks the kasbah and the hillside inscription of “God, country, king”. We took a short taxi ride up to the top of the hill, including sheer drops and tight hairpin bends (don’t drive yourself!) It was well worth the 200 dirham return ride, and the driver waited up there for us. You can walk down but I don’t recommend it! Great views, but the kasbah is closed for renovation and for building the new cable car. Still worth the trip up, despite this.
Written 27 April 2022
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JPSLittleAston
The Royal Town of Sutton Coldfield, UK403 contributions
Nov 2019 • Couples
Stayed at Riu Palace & hired a taxi, reasonable price. Spent approx 1 hour at top taking in the wonderful views. Take sun block with you and plenty of water. Camel rides available etc.
Written 18 June 2020
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Samantha
Belgium8 contributions
May 2020 • Family
Definitley a go to when you're in Agadir. The view is unbelievable beautiful, during the day as during night. You get a complete view over the city and the beach. Also the history you are able to see there is a must see.
Written 6 May 2020
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TheAlijon
West Sussex220 contributions
May 2020 • Couples
Had a great city tour which included the Casbah. Amazing ride up the mountain with spectacular views over Agadir. Met by camels etc. To take you up further but didn't bother as not much to see ! Has been restored since the earthquake , and was poignant to see huge cemetery on the hillside for those who lost their lives.
Written 4 May 2020
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RobButler
Thetford, UK113 contributions
Mar 2020
Visited as part of a cruise ship guided excursion. From getting off the coach I was constantly pestered by men with their camels and men with baby (kid) goats. I had expected some pestering but not to the extent that occurred. My wife would'nt even get off the coach. Couldn't wait to leave and return to the ship. Sorry but Agadir was definitely not for us and easily the worst part of what was otherwise a wonderful cruise..
Written 26 March 2020
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Libbee49
Market Harborough, UK57 contributions
Mar 2020
Ruins of old Kasbah destroyed by earthquake. Trinket sellers, camel rides, donkey rides etc etc. They will not leave you alone and spoil what little you can see.
Written 21 March 2020
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Ian Manborde
Coventry, UK284 contributions
Feb 2020 • Couples
You can no longer get into the Kasbah for h+s reasons, but, you should still go for the stunning view (see pic) over Agadir.
Written 14 March 2020
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annettejackson
Grantham, UK17 contributions
Feb 2020
The above is marked on the hill in Arabic, fabulous views of Agadir. Watching the fishing boats was great so many of them below. History of the earthquake was interesting. There are camel rides and souvenirs at the top. We went in a taxi as private vehicles not allowed up. £10 to take us wait half an hour and take us back to the hotel. Good value
Written 7 March 2020
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Q3521UCdeborahb
Pelham, Canada120 contributions
Feb 2020
Drove the winding road from Agadir up to the Kasbah. It's worth it for the wonderful views of the Agadir harbour, the beach and the city. Make note of the cemetery that runs along the bottom of the hill where the victims of the 1960 earthquake (Mainly women and children) are buried. Be warned that there are vendors here who want your money for a dromedary ride or a picture with their goat.
Written 27 February 2020
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