Agadir Morocco is one of the largest cities of Morocco and located on the Atlantic coast near the mountains of the Atlantic and is one of the most important tourist destinations in Morocco, which includes many of the attractions and health resorts, golf courses, clean beaches, parks, parks and others.
Museum Municipal du Patrimoine Amazigh
Since its inception 16 years ago, the Amazigh Heritage Museum of Agadir, in the heart of the city of Emad, has continued its efforts to introduce its unique treasures of jewelery, jewelry and contents that evoke some aspects of the daily and cultural life of a vast region and with it an important part of memory fragments is oblivion.
The facility, which opened its doors on February 29, 2000, dates back to the anniversary of the earthquake of Agadir on the same day in 1960, on an area of more than one thousand square meters.
One of the features of this museum, which is located near the tourist area of the city, is that it contains a number of contents of interest to the Souss Massa and the adjacent areas of the desert, which provides a picture not only of the Amazigh customs but of many of the influences experienced by the region and the contemporary transformations known by heritage Regional.
The museum contains more than 1500 pieces of display, spread among the garb about ten, and the ornaments more than a thousand units, traditional doors and some clay products and a collection of manuscripts dating back to the sixteenth century.
At the site, visitors will see a temporary hall for the thematic exhibitions “Heritage, Fine Arts and Photographs” before entering the exhibition of contents of different aspects of the Amazigh heritage from doors, mattresses, utensils and equipment for cooking or storing food.
Thus, the expatriate can stop at the copper products from the tecent pots or at the amount of the couscous preparation of the metal, or contemplate the various sizes of the stoves, the tajin, the bowls or the clay plates, or other wooden utensils and utensils such as ” Emery “and cutlery and spoons of various sizes and shapes.
When you pass through the “Technology Hall”, where the visitor is not able to beat the value of the space included in the explanations of the techniques and metals and forms that interfere with the traditional formulation of silver in the first place, the entrant finds himself on the ground floor, The largest and finest jewelry at all, as some of them do not mind the disclosure of symbolic functions or magic of a precautionary nature.
Here, of course, the interested can appreciate how the silver ornaments that the Amazigh women adorned in the past have performed several functions that are now intertwined between the aesthetic, the precautionary, the symbolic and the economic, as well as the identity, as they have been formed into three major groups, Chest rings, rings, rings, and rings. The daily ornaments were mostly simple, worn in a complex pattern during occasions.
Ensemble Artisanal situated on the corner of Rue Yacoub Al Mansour et Avenue du 29 Fevrier downstairs is a shop selling all the co-operatives wares, up a few steps you can see artisan’s working, painted furniture, ironwork, embroidery, ceramics etc.
Coco Polizzi’s Medina
The village of Koko Polizi was built to give value to architecture on its traditional side, to ensure the continuity of the Moroccan tradition and the cultural heritage of the city of Agadir, an Italian-style tourist village in southern Morocco built by a dedicated decorative engineer who influenced his birth in Morocco and his passion for his work.
In the midst of a forest of eucalyptus fruit and sand dunes, the village offers visitors to embrace the nature of Agadir and savor tea glasses in a dreamy, calm atmosphere. The birds are chirping and Amazigh words are uttered in the village.
Corniche extends along the coast of Agadir and is designed to receive visitors from the local people and tourists, which are spread around the many shops, cafes and restaurants, the park is held many entertainment events and evenings in addition to activities aimed at children.
Bird Valley Park
The Agadir Birds Valley takes care of all kinds of birds and other types of animals. It is located within walking distance from the beach. The park is one of the most beautiful tourist areas in Agadir. It attracts visitors of all ages and provides them with all the information concerning birds. And its varieties and migration, the park includes different birds such as parrot, flamingo, llamas and others.
Al Amal Square is the most important square in the Moroccan city of Agadir, where it is a major venue for hosting various festivals, most notably the Agadir and Timitar festivals, attracting many tourists from all over the world to see festivals that reflect the city’s heritage and culture.
Horse Riding and Beauty in Agadir
The city of Agadir in Morocco offers an ideal experience for its visitors, especially lovers of camel and horse riding where they can enjoy the beauty or the good in the desert and enjoy an enjoyable tour or go to the beach.