Essaouira, formerly known as Mogador, is synonymous of wind, fish and sea. Looking like Cádiz or La Habana, this coastal place is a huge balcony overlooking the Atlantic Ocean. Within the walls that make up the medina of Essaouira lies the harbor, a meeting place for fishermen, buyers and children, and has become a place full of tradition. There are few brave tourists buying their fish there; most prefer choosing and having their fish cooked at the promenade. The authenticity, however, of Essaouira’s harbouir pushes you to do as the locals: ask for some sardines, bream, prawns and squid in exchange of a few dirhams. Essaouira is a mixture of smells, tastes and feelings all begining nearby the sea.
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