Located in Ben Sergao, a few kilometers south of Agadir, on the Inezgane road, the remarkable 5 hectares Medina was completed in 2007 by the Moroccan-born Sicilian architect, Coco Polizzi and dozens of Moroccan craftsmen following centuries-old techniques. Each stone is laid by hand, and the buildings are made of compressed earth blocks from the Souss, slate stones from the High Atlas, and local woods such as thuya, eucalyptus and pine. Decorations follow Berber and Saharan motifs. You can find a variety of mosaic craftsmen, painters, jewelers, metalworkers, and carpenters in workshop nooks throughout the medina. The medina also houses a restaurant, shops, and even an amphitheater. Had a beautiful day strolling around the medina observing the magnificent architecture, the cozy tunnelled alleyways, and what have you.