For a crazy, cosy, captivating week away, look no further than the cultural Morocco. Where snake charmers wander looking for tips, religion rules the roost and extreme temperatures take there toll. This exclusive place offers a unique twist which you won't find in most other tourist resorts. Visit Agadir where you'll find stunning, high standard properties,Coach Factory Outlet, a gorgeous promenade with beaches that stretch for miles and more and an up and coming harbour with trendy cafes and modern shops, creating a cool, contemporary feel.
The hotels here offer All Inclusive packages which will entice you to remain in the grounds all day long, but you must go for a wander as there's so much of Morocco not to miss out on.
Dominated by the surrounding Atlas Mountains which provide spectacular scenery as they glow in the night's sky with religious, Arabic writing etched along the cliff side. Standing aloof overlooking the coastline is the fabulous, infamous Kasbah. Home to street performers, snake charmers and farmers offering their sheep for pictures to be taken... but be prepared to pay the price! The Kasbah sits on top of the mountain and is open seven days a week, book a trip through your tour operator or save yourself some money and book it through a taxi driver, for an agreed price,Louis Vuitton Bags, he'll even show you around.
Local cuisine is an absolute delight, with couscous being the speciality on any menu followed by kefta (kebabs) and tagines (spicy stew). There are many restaurants outside of the hotel which offer the same Moroccan dishes and the odd English bar offering English food, which still tastes like Moroccan cuisine.
When it comes to buying gifts for friends and family, don't miss out on the all day market at The Grand Souk. With over 20 entrances into this monstrous market, it can feel pretty intimidating and extremely easy to get lost. Hire a guide outside and he will ensure you get around the best way possible and will take you to the best stalls to suit your needs. Selling fresh produce from olives, bananas and livestock to fake Gucci watches and Louis Vuitton handbags. You can grab an absolute bargain here,Gucci Borse, but not without a good old haggle. The stall owners will act like they don't discount, but trust me,Louis Vuitton Purses, you should not pay any more than a third of the asking price so keep on bartering until you're happy.
Nightlife here is extremely low-key, with very few bars and clubs outside of large hotels. Most of the high standard hotels here usually offer several bars and a customary nightclub offering music from the nineties. If you are offered the chance, don't miss out on the trip to the Sofitel Agadir Royalbay Resort, here you can spend a night in their amazing nightclub, offering the best entertainment, music and occasional live acts, along with lavish dining facilities.
Agadir is a must-see for all who enjoy seeing a different culture, local ways and fantastic beaches. You'll probably come home a deep, glowing tan, a new found love for Morocco and a far heavier case than you went with. Cheap package holidays to Morocco are fairly easy to find,Coach Factory Outlet 2012, look through all major tour operators, compare plenty of price, then wait until the last minute and bag your bargain before anyone else does.