Essaouira, formerly known as Mogador, is a Small gorgeous, charming town found in the Atlantic Coast of Morocco. Essaouira, which means 'the little rampart', is a UNESCO World Heritage site. It is famous for its ramparts; a 16th-century wall that offers an astonishing view to the Atlantic sea. A day trip to Essaouira will give you the opportunity to visit its monuments, visit female co-operatives manufacturing Argan oil, local silver and wood craftsmen at work, windy streets and famous walls, the seaport, and the old fishing souks where you can have fresh fish prepared for lunch. Essaouira is a great spot for surfers and beach lovers.