Kasbah Asmaa

Address: amezrou, Zagora, 45900, Morocco | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on amezrou, Zagora, is near Beaches of Agadir, Agadir Beach, Agadir Kasbah, and Taghazout Beach.
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      A necessary luxury after a long day.

      A travel blog entry by mrushmere on Jun 08, 2014

      7 photos

      Mrushmere stayed here on Jun 8, 2014 during their trip titled: Mike & Christine by motobike to Morocco..

      From Ouarzazate to Zagora via valley of roses

      A travel blog entry by marianne1947 on May 06, 2014

      134 photos

      ... mid April to mid May. 3 to 4 thousand tons are harvested in a week.




      The N10 takes us through Boumalne-du-Dadès and Tinerhir. Amidst croplands and small orchards there are many fortified villages (ksours), granaries and living accommodation combined. In Tinehir, we join the road taking us to the Todra gorge (canyon).

      The Dadès gorges and the unusual red rock formations of Tamlalt ...

      Zagora Nov 17

      A travel blog entry by jeankiwilush on Nov 17, 2013

      47 photos

      ... leads to another story....

      we were up to catch the sunrise in the Sahara, this involved an early morning hike up a massive sand dune...that's just mean under any circumstances. We managed about half way up but then I couldn't breath (certain I have bronchitis) and Fatima's knee was bothering her. so we did what you do and that's turn around and walk back down. This by the way is much easier minus the fact that you get sand packed so hard in the toe of your runner that ...

      The Big One

      A travel blog entry by jogrey on Oct 30, 2012

      20 photos

      ... start to disappear along the ridge and off down the side of the dune. I get to the top and look down. OMG! Steeper than a black ski run, I nearly chicken out and then realise that I may never get this chance again. Other people have made it all the way down unscathed so I surprise Alan and Lois who have already begun their descent by setting off after them. Some people are taking it really slowly and even going down sideways using poles. I quickly realise how easy and ...

      1130 A Whole New Sort of Region (Mor 372)

      A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Dec 01, 2011

      3 photos

      ... very different cultures: The Berber/Arab sedentary river dwellers and the traditionally nomadic Saharawis. The river dwellers have clearly defined, well watered plots of land which they carefully nurture and cultivate as they have for thousands of years. The Saharawis, who are ethnically and culturally linked to the Saharawis of the former Spanish Sahara as well as Mauritania, traditionally were much more mobile, moving from oasis to ...