The port of Essaouira is such a lively place in the city.
When the fisherman returns, a dozen trawlers in the shipyard and many blue wooden boats moore in tight rows in the large harbor basin.
He delivers and trades on the fish he caught, and there are countless gulls and seagulls that arrive by the hundreds to feast on the remains all around the auction!
A convivial and authentic hubbub that disconnects from reality. A major attraction of the city not to be missed!
The Sidi Mohammed ben Abdallah Museum: "Sidi Mohammed ben Abdallah Museum" is a museum of history of the city of Essaouira, Morocco, named after the founder of the city, Mohammed Ben Abdellah.
It is located in the 19th century remains, Rue Laalouj, the central street of the city of Essaouira.
The museum exhibits various historical objects, including ancient pottery, coins, jewelry, carpets relevant to the history of Essaouira.