Want to discover Inezgane? There are a thousand ways to do it. Called the city of commerce, but without getting too lost in the trade, Inzegan can help you have the perfect vacation, where you can relax and enjoy your stay, featuring a superb landscape bordered by a lake. Inezgane is a town in southern Morocco, adjacent to Agadir, in the Souss Valley.
The town is the capital of Inezgane-Aït Melloul prefecture, in the Souss-Massa-Drâa administrative region. In 2014, it had more than 200,000 inhabitants. The agglomeration of Inezgane is located between 7 and 9 kilometers of the city center of Agadir.
The town, known for its commercial activity, a typical village, known for its market, has a large number of wholesalers and retail stores. The economy of the city is concentrated mainly on its many markets: the Tuesday Tleta Souk, the small daily market, the large wholesale market, Morocco's fruit and vegetable trading hub, leather Souk, Souk of cattle, the souk of cereals.
The Inezgane souk is truly magical ... You can find everything, especially the Berber silver jewelry, typical of southern Morocco.
Inezgane is one of the many villages of the Imazighen where, in the colonial era it was re-named by the French. It was, before the colonization, the central souk of the Berber tribe of the Aksimen (Ksima in Arabic). The main districts of the city are Tarraste, Mellah, El Jihadia.