Souks are among the best places to experience authentic Moroccan shopping and what better place to do this than at Souk el Had. This is the biggest souk or marketplace in the city of Agadir, with over 6,000 stalls selling anything from bags and jewelry to spices and cured meats.
The souk has 12 gates opening up to numerous alleys lined with stalls. Tourists looking for pottery can head to Gate 5 for all sorts of Moroccan pottery souvenirs to bring home. Leather goods such as bags and coin purses are sold by stalls in Gate 6. More souvenirs can be found in Gates 8 and 9. Looking for Moroccan books? Head to Gate 11.
Filled with all sorts of Moroccan items for sale, all the sights and smells can be pretty overwhelming. If you want to avoid crowds, visit during the slower days like Wednesdays and Thursday.Places nearby:
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