Informations about Agadir

Agadir is the third most visited city in Morocco. With an amazing beach where you can swim and body surf or just lay in a hammock and relax.

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The weather in Agadir, Morocco is spectacular, ranging from high 60’s to low 80’s year round and the water is always warm due to the bay that shields it from cooler waters. There you’ll find warm sand and sunshine, and even after the sun goes down, Agadir boasts the best sunsets.

If you’re looking for nightlife, you’ve come to the right place! There are many discotecas, cabarets, pubs and even a casino, all with Moroccan style boosts the fun on any experience. And for things to do during the day, the market bazaar is huge and that is where you can buy all sorts of things from argan oil, nuts and olive oil or amlu, a homemade food that is said to have aphrodisiac properties.

Agadir is only two hours away from Marrakech when using the highway, but there is a 66 dirham (about 14 euro) toll.

What to do

What to do in Agadir

Tafraout is a small fortified village that you can find near the Anti-Atlas mountains. It is the perfect place to shop if you're looking for authentic rugs or carpets that are famous in this to agadir004.jpg


Imouzzer y Ddaoutanan, which are also known as the Berber countries, are in the more mountainous zone of Morocco. These are the cities to visit if you want to meet locals. Near these cities is a famous waterfall that sometimes dries up in the summer but is beauiful when it is flowing. You can easily visit these cities with a half-day trip from Agadir adn you'll have a beautiful view out of the window on your way there!

We offer trips to Mass and Asaka as well! On this tour you'll see desert sand dunes and visit Tiznit, home of Morocco's best silver filligree jewlery.

Beaches of Agadir

Don't forget to visit Agadir as it is definitely one of the best beach cities in Morocco. There are all-inclusive resort hotels that offer top-notch wine and beer and that is hard to find in Morocco!

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Restaurants and bars

When you arrive at the port, just next to the entrance, there are small budget-friendly bars that have amazing food! Fried calamari, shrimp, fish and other seafood for only 35 dirhams per plate, making this one of the best deals you'll find!

Looking to go out at night in Morocco? There are many bars and discotecas in Agadir that are fun for locals and tourists alike! You can order beers or cocktails at places like El Papgayo and Discoteca Dreams.

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