Essaouira, a city of winds, is a quiet coastal town, a peninsula surrounded by the Atlantic and limited to South Oued Ksob which flows into the bay between the old town and village Diabate. This village housed in the seventies a community formed the hippie movement.
The islands of Mogador, these vestiges of a glorious era, identified by a fishing water where fishing is easy, seem to defy the new city.
Mogador was a counter Phoenician and Roman, to the Phoenicians, the great navigators of the time, this served as their stopover before continuing their journey around Africa. While the Romans were on the island gather this valuable shellfish which gave them the famous purple color they dyed their robes.
The region of Essaouira is famous for the huge forests that surround consisting mainly of eucalyptus, cedar, argan ... It grows in this unique place and that precious fruit which produces a fragrant and delicious with multiple benefits oil is extracted.