Mogador, or Suerrah, a seaport on the Atlantic, 130 miles W.S.W. of Morocco. It is situated on a promontory which consists of sandhills towards the land, but becomes rocky as it juts into the sea. The harbour lies between the promontory and an island. It was built in accordance with the plans of Cornut, a French engineer (1760). Nearly half the inhabitants are Jews. Exports include almonds, olive-oil, ostrich feathers, gums, goat-skins, and esparto grass.