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These ramparts provide a glimpse into how this old seaport village was fortified against invasion.
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17 Rue Elhadada | Marrakech, Essaouira 44000, Morocco
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Reviewed today

A classic of Morocco and one whose reputation is well-deserved. A beautiful and atmospheric place, buzzing in the day and beautiful at dusk and in the evening. Featured in Game of Thrones too so you can tick that off! One of my favourite places in...More

Thank shaggyd0g1
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Just go there and imagine all the canons firing the enemy coming from the ocean. Beside the strong winds, the vue is spectacular and the seagulls are everywhere.

Thank Andrei Eduard N
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

The ramparts of Essaouira reflect the rich and varieert past of this coastal city. It is about free storytelling ...

Thank 18Raphaelle
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

A must visit for some great views of the Essaouiran coastline. One section of the ramparts costs 10DH to go up the other is free. There are some handy gaps and holes to take pictures in, or to hide in as welcome respite from the...More

1  Thank Crazeelee
Reviewed 14 July 2018

We really enjoyed being on the ramparts. After a lot of travel it was great to be in the fresh air and see the blue skies. We all relaxed here and took many great photos.

Thank MirmHongKong
Reviewed 3 July 2018

Essaouira has very impressive ramparts, a great port and good views of the ocean. The city overall is average and not on the same scale as Marrakech. The bargains in the souks are really not any different than Marrakech. While it is interesting to see...More

Thank RenandIssey
Reviewed 26 June 2018

Well i really liked the fishmarket but was one of the worst smelling i ever visited, they certanly got fresh fish always but the smell there isnt very appetizing and its a nice option to let them barbecue your fish right there on the spot...More

Thank drjarlaxle00
Reviewed 24 June 2018

The tower by the fishing port has an entry fee of just 10 DH whereas the other waal with cannons is free to wander up from a narrow alley. Look out for the "free" sweet giver, you're expected to pay afterwards.

1  Thank tezpil
Reviewed 24 June 2018 via mobile

There are two sets of ramparts. To the south adjacent to the fishing port (small entry fee) and others further north along the sea wall that are a bit harder to find, but nicely restored and well worth a visit with great views.

Thank Neil V
Reviewed 20 June 2018 via mobile

Take a short stroll into the history of a bygone era. Savor the views, the breeze, the smiles, the art...

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theworthingtons
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Response from WWTraveller26 | Reviewed this property |
Buy fresh fish from the fishermen and the various small stalls nearby will grill it for you.
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Monisola A
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the bus is about 80 Dirham. There is Supratours and CTM
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