Taroudannt is a market town in Southern Morocco about 45 miles inland from Agadir.
A colony of white storks lives in a group of trees near the eastern gate of the town.
There are also many pigeons, some of which nest in the square holes in the town walls. These holes were made deliberately in order to encourage nesting and thereby provide the town with a source of food in times of siege. Shooting pigeons is a popular sport, with the shooting season ending in mid-August.
Visit Hotel Salam once a royal palace and its exquisite garden.
For local crafts ask for Aladin Treasures shop and museum. It is well worth a visit.
Restaurant Riad Maryam- not the cheapest, but fantastic quality (it apparerntly appears in French food magazines).
Orange juice from street vendors.