We start the day exploring Fort Bou Jerif, an old Spanish fort in ruins by the river Noum in Taliouine, the former border of the Spanish territory of Ifni.
We then take a track heading back towards the ocean that runs between gorges crossing a mountainous area.
Once back on the coast, we will continue along dirt tracks skirting cliffs and beaches beside dunes passing through to Sidi Ifni. Located on a small plateau facing the sea, this iconic city preserves many vestiges of the Spanish presence in Morocco, such as the military headquarters, Church, hospital, consulate, etc. which give it the appearance of an Andalusian town.
We finish the day off by doing stretches of dunes close to the beach leading down to Agadir.