Smara Vacation Packages
From Smara, the well-known city of Agadir is 120 miles (193 kilometers) to the north.
Morocco is a well-established travel destination, which means getting around is easy. Be sure schedule in sufficient time to discover the many things to see and do this region has to share. Tagmout and Ait Boukha are two other places worth seeing while you're in Morocco.
Morocco has been graced with a truly fascinating spiritual life; learn more about is at the area's most sacred mosques. For a glimpse of local culture, make a beeline for Morocco's art galleries, art museums and craft workshops.
If you spend much of your time working, the perfect holiday often means taking the time to relax. When it's time to unwind, do as the locals do and try sunbathing or bird watching. Watersports are a much-loved pastime here. When the weather is fine, why not go surfing or swimming; Morocco has some perfect spots for it.
The food in this area has its own aromas and flavors so make sure you try several of the local dishes. Two of the region's typical ingredients are cumin and aniseed. No journey through Morocco would be satisfying without experiencing the delights of merguez (lamb sausage) or rfisa (chicken on pancake pastry). Finish with ma’amoul (shortbread nut pastry), a local dessert. Spéciale Flag is a much-loved beer here. So find a bar, kick back and give it a try! Many people don't consider a meal is complete until they've tasted the wine commonly enjoyed by locals. Sample alicante or grenache. Those who don't consume alcohol will want to try sharbat billooz (almond milk), a regional favorite.
Morocco should absolutely be right at the top of your list of dream destinations.