Chic Moroccan city boasting world famous beach
Agadir offers you a little bit of everything. Situated in the south west of Morocco, you will find a fabulous bay skirting the Atlantic Ocean, a 9 km-long sandy beach, world class water sports facilities, an excellent range of accommodation, vibrant nightlife and so many excursions to choose from that you’ll wish you’d come for a month. Agadir will give you a taste of Moroccan life within hip, modern, comfortable surroundings. Most people come here for some winter sun. In January the average midday temperature is 20C and the sun shines for 300 days of the year. Agadir is served by its own airport just 15 miles from the city. On arrival allow around 30 minutes transfer to your hotel or apartment.
Explore the Atlas Mountains or surf at stunning Taghazout
Many visitors take the opportunity to venture into the foothills of the Atlas Mountains which is traditional Berber territory. Quad bike excursions can be arranged, jeep safaris or hiking expeditions. Just 35 km inland from Agadir you will experience mountains, canyons, waterfalls, palm groves and isolated villages in the valleys. For surf fans, a short taxi or bus ride will take you to Taghazout, a smaller beach resort renowned for its wind and kite surfing facilities and laid back beach culture. You could also visit the city’s five museums and beautifully-kept parks and gardens. There is great shopping in the wide avenues and stylish squares of Agadir.
Taste the culinary delights of the Souss region
Enjoy the outstanding local produce of the Souss region, of which Agadir is the capital. Agadir was originally a fishing village but grew to become one of the world’s most important fishing ports. It is still highly regarded for its fantastic seafood – so enjoy some fine dining around the thriving port area. At night this is the place to stroll, eat, drink and dance. While staying in Agadir you must also try a delicious local speciality - thyme flavoured honey, which has been made here for centuries.
Situated on the Atlantic coast of southwest Morocco, Agadir enjoys a moderate climate, and generally sees Mediterranean-like weather throughout the year. With warm temperatures and plenty of sunshine, the dry summers are the best time to visit, and an ideal time to take advantage of the miles of wonderful beaches and extensive tourist facilities.
Agadir all inclusive holidays
Agadir offers an ever growing choice of all inclusive options – an ideal choice for families looking for a cheap beach holiday in Morocco. Going all inclusive means all your major expenses are taken care of before you leave home. Some hotels may offer kids clubs and family entertainment in the summer season. Economical 3 star hotels in the centre of Agadir will appeal to younger visitors looking for lively nightlife.