Top 10 Things to do in Taroudant, Souss-Massa-Draa Region

Enclosed by ramparts, Taroudant is the epitome of a Moroccan market town. Engage in friendly bargaining at a souk in one of the two main squares, then revive your spirit with a soak at an authentic hammam steam bath. Take a day trip to the refreshing Tioute Oasis, birdwatch at Souss Massa National Park, or enjoy an evening of Berber folk music under the stars.

1. Palais Claudio Bravo Camus, Taroudant - Morocco

Route de Tamaloukt - Agwidir, Taroudant 83000, Morocco Sights & Landmarks, Points of Interest & Landmarks
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4.5 based on 86 reviews

Palais Claudio Bravo Camus, Taroudant - Morocco

Reviewed By Ann572014 - Bristol, United KingdomBristol, United Kingdom

Special space

This is an extremely interesting and special space. There is a wealth of information and lots of artefacts relating to the amazingly talented artist Claudio Bravo. The palace and grounds are breathtakingly beautiful... A must to visit!

2. Sunday Souk

Bab El Khomis, Taroudant 83000, Morocco Shopping, Flea & Street Markets
Excellent
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4 based on 56 reviews

Sunday Souk

Reviewed By Dmitri K - San Antonio, TexasSan Antonio, Texas

A real deal, not just a cute thing.

This is a real market with people trading and buying everything, mostly animals and farm products. Located outside the old city walls this market is not a tourist attraction per se, but it provides a good insight on what real people buy and how they do it

3. Bijouterie Essada Silversmith

No. 97 Souq Essouf El Haddada, Taroudant 83000, Morocco Sights & Landmarks, Points of Interest & Landmarks
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4.5 based on 15 reviews

Bijouterie Essada Silversmith

Reviewed By Jan W - Asilah, MoroccoAsilah, Morocco

1000 Year Old Art of Silver Filigree

Aarab Lahcen is still practicing the ancient art of silver filigree in his little shop in Taroudant. It's becoming more difficult to find Moroccan silver work. Much of the silver in Morocco is imported from Thailand. Not so in Lahcen's shop. He pulls the

4. Agadir Tasguent

R, Taroudant 83000, Morocco Sights & Landmarks, Points of Interest & Landmarks, Castles, Historic Sites More
Excellent
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5 based on 13 reviews

Agadir Tasguent

Reviewed By 15matjan - Tona, SpainTona, Spain

Don't miss it

Iconic stronghold, not to be missed. Access from the main road implies a 800 m gravel road drive (accessible to all cars) and 200 m easy trek, but it worth all the effort.The guardian opened the stronghold for us and guided us through a network of narrow

5. Maison D'artisanat Berbere Taroudant

Boulevard Al Moukaouama, Taroudant 83000, Morocco Shopping, Museums, Antique Stores, Art Galleries More
Excellent
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4.5 based on 13 reviews

Maison D'artisanat Berbere Taroudant

Since 2006, we've been helping over 50 Moroccan artisans market their products around the world. Our story begins in Taroudant a historical city in Morocco with a lot of traditional products such as pottery, rugs and leather crafts. In this amazing city, we give the tourists and travelers a collection from the south to the north of Morocco in a big store.

Reviewed By kevinjqford - Kanazawa, JapanKanazawa, Japan

Buzzing market

Classic market full of colour, piles of cloth, shoes, food and spices all held togehter iwththe scent of cinnamon, anise and turmeric. No hassle from traders and lots of fun jsut to browse aroundSorry but this is not the market this is a shop for traditio

6. Stadtmauer Taroudant

Taroudant 83000, Morocco Sights & Landmarks, Points of Interest & Landmarks
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4 based on 39 reviews

Stadtmauer Taroudant

Reviewed By CGROE - Hamburg, GermanyHamburg, Germany

Unspoiled ancient site at a typical marokkan village

This ancient wall of 8 KM lenght sourrounds a vivid medina mostly unspoiled by western tourists. At the great entrance, a part of the wall can be mounted free of charge, giving a nice overview of the compound. Inside, you will find mostly local business w

7. Tanneries

Taroudant, Morocco Sights & Landmarks, Points of Interest & Landmarks
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3.5 based on 65 reviews

Tanneries

Reviewed By Cavydad - Camarillo, CaliforniaCamarillo, California

Not just another factory tour

Not just another factory tour. A taste for all your senses, overwhelming, odoriferous, and quite an eyeful. The guides of course take you to their favorite bazaar shop to view the finished leather products. They need their commission from the shopkeeper,

8. Thami Trip

Enter a destinationTaroudant, Morocco
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5 based on 56 reviews

Thami Trip

I am tour guide mountains and desert tour i have more than ten years of experience in tourisme i hope you choose my agency for your next trip and you will spend a magic excursions trips with me from start until end of trip

Reviewed By Ninakazo - Paris, FranceParis, France

Scooting around with Thami

A nice surprise when Thami reached out to me. I was walking to my riad and well, he made himself known in a very natural, non-intrusive manner. When he offered a couple of hours around town, I certainly didn't hesitate to accept as he made me feel comfortable right from the start. I found Thami to be very respectful, knowledgeable and laid back...in true Berber manner. I certainly recommend a visit with him. No doubt you'll be in good hands. I'll definitely come back to Taroudant...as there's still much to see and do around here.

9. The Equestrian Farm De La Roseraie

Taroudant, Morocco Outdoor Activities, Horseback Riding Tours
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5 based on 33 reviews

The Equestrian Farm De La Roseraie

Horse ride from one hour to several days to discover the countryside of taroudant at the foot of the Atlas. Horses are suitable for all levels.Possibility to ride one hour, two hours, half day, full day, two days treks with night homestay, multi-day course,, partnership with riadsfor accomodation, horse boarding, chid initiation, adult and initiation to the fantasia

Reviewed By HwiehdjajafahdndjekU

Good horse riding through the Moroccan landscape

We had a very nice ride through the surrounding landscape. Elodie is very kind. One of us was a beginner and one of us an experienced rider and we both had a good time.

10. Cooperative Argan Roudana Targanet

Roudana Targanet, Taroudant 83000, Morocco Shopping, Gift & Specialty Shops
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3.5 based on 30 reviews

Cooperative Argan Roudana Targanet

Reviewed By wwglobetrotr

Great place to buy a variety of products

without being pressured. Quite educational regarding argan harvesting and processing. This cooperative provides income for disadvantaged women, thus it is a great shop to buy souvenirs whilst supporting women in difficult circumstances.

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