Kasbah Of Agadir Oufella
The Kasbah of Agadir Oufella is the most majestic site in the city. It is a citadel, forgetting the coastline and also the city, and goes to an elevation of 236 meters.
The erection was erected in 1540 by Mohammed Ech-Cheikh, a Moroccan Sultan coming from the Saadian Empire. After having actually dominated the city, he built these supports in order to protect it from possible invasions, especially from the Portuguese.
The site was restored in 1752 to protect Agadir. After the quake of 1960, the strongholds were rebuilt in their old areas, and only the front door remained genuine.
During a browse through, it is difficult to fail to remember that this fortress consisted of the earliest district of Agadir, comprised at the time of tiny alleys and carefree residents.
The place is suitable for admiring the city from all angles and also seeing the sunsets.