Zagora (زكورة) is a town in southern Morocco.
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The town is maybe 5 km long and 1 km wide at the widest point. There are numerous small taxis (Dh 3 per person if you share).
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Jebel Zagora is said to be worth climbing. There are pleasant walks along the river and in the irrigated areas around. 18 km south, Tamegroute has a famous ancient library.
Famous is the sign showing road to Timbuctu, easy to find just few meters from the roundabout where the road splits left to Mhamid and right to the airport.
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Go on a camel trek; not necessarily to the dunes, which are hard on the legs.
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Dates and spices in the market (Wednesday and Sunday).
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There are plenty of small café/restaurants, as well as juice and milk shops along the main drag in town. Expect to pay between 80 and 100 MAD for a lunch for two people. Here are some sample prices:
-Salade marocaine (tomatoes, onions and peppers) 15 MAD
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Auberge Restaurant Chez Ali (on the way to the river) is worth looking at for its remarkable garden.
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