There is so much to discover in North Africa and more to see than just its pristine beaches.
Whether you like to relax under the sun with a drink in your hand or stroll the street markets. There is so much to experience when visiting North African countries. So we’ve compiled a list that combines places worth visiting.
This beach located in Agadir is known for its crystal clear water and white sand. It makes for a popular destination amongst tourists. Enjoy the stunning blue beaches or stroll at Souk El Had d’Agadir, a street market 17 minutes walk from Agadir beach. There you’ll find local spices, oils and tea. There are also many surrounding restaurants that will tickle your taste buds like
Similar to the previous beach, Plage d’Agadir, Plage Medina is also home to gorgeous beaches to enjoy. Just 16 minutes away you’ll find Hammamet Medina, an ancient area that is home to an incredible collection of Arab-Islamic architectural marvels. White-washed houses, peaceful gardens, and magnificent temples with tiled roofs may all be seen by tourists. Shopping is also very popular in Hammamet Medina, where there are many lively marketplaces and shops.
The second-largest city in Algeria is Oran, a vibrant port city with a lot of charm and the natural beauty of the beaches. Beautiful mosques, the Casbah, and Le Theatre are just a few of the historical structures to visit in Oran, which is a destination in and of itself. The variety of stunning architecture is arguably the best in any Algerian city. Additionally, Oran is a terrific location for scuba diving, trying authentic Algerian food, and enjoying the lively Rai music, which has its roots in the city.
Sharm el Sheikh, Egypt
Sharm el-Sheikh is an Egyptian resort town located between the Sinai Peninsula desert and the Red Sea. It is known for its sheltered sandy beaches, crystal clear waters and coral reefs. Naama Bay, with its palm-lined promenade, is packed with bars and restaurants. Ras Muhammad National Park is an important diving site, with marine life around Shark and Yolanda Reefs and the Thistlegorm Wreck.
Being the largest city in Libya it’s also home to the stunning beaches like Ras hilal. Ras al-Helal is a village located on the southern shore of the Mediterranean Sea in Derna District, Cyrenaica, Libya. It gets its name from its nose, which appears crescent-shaped when viewed from the foothills around Jebel Akhdar. It had 2,235 residents as of 2006.
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