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With approximately 340 days of sunshine a year and six kilometres of soft white sand beaches, Agadir is Morocco’s premiere beach resort. Nestled among the verdant valleys of the Great Souss and with the majestic range of the Anti-Atlas rearing up behind it, this modern, cosmopolitan city has all the attendant pleasures, thrills and luxuries you could ask for.

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Agadir Beach

Agadir’s top attraction is the six-mile crescent shaped beach. There are many places in Agadir that are well suited for surfing, like Devil's rock, Imesouane bay and Ankhor point. If you are interested in learning to surf, there are a number of schools and camps to help you get started.

Devils Rock, Agadir

Built in 1540, all that remains of the old Kasbah are the fortified walls, however, the trip up the hill to this historic site is worth it for the view alone. Engraved into the hill in Arabic are the words God, King and Country. The Moroccans are prohibited to speak anything bad about any of these three things. If you are interested in history you can easily find a professional guide here to take you on a tour.

Kasbah, Agadir
La Scala

Situated on the seafront, this restaurant is renowned for its mouth-watering seafood, though other options, such as pasta and meat dishes, are also offered. The atmosphere is classy but still relaxed, the food is always fresh and the staff is efficient and professional.

Rue de l'Oued Souss, Agadir
Fish Stalls

For that authentic Moroccan dining experience, head down to the port where there are a number of stalls selling excellent fresh fish dishes at low prices. One of the most popular dishes in Agadir is the Fish tagine and this is the best place to try it.

Agadir Port, Agadir
City Centre

One of the main shopping areas is situated around Boulevard Hassan II and Avenue du Prince Moulay Abdullah. You will find numerous boutiques and department stores selling a range of fashion items, as well as souvenir shops selling all manner of Moroccan trinkets and charms.

City Centre, Agadir
Souk al-Had

For the authentic Moroccan shopping experience, head for the walled Souk al-Had and wander around the winding alleys, breathe in the sights, sounds and smells of this lively marketplace. Here, you will find farmers selling their freshly grown produce, spices that fill the air and that are finely sculpted into pyramids and metalwork that has been skilfully manipulated into the most ornate lanterns. All this and a myriad of other curiosities and oddities are waiting to be discovered in the secret alleys of the souk.

Souk al-Had, Agadir

Al-Massira Airport

Al-Massira Airport is located 28 km from the city centre. To get to and from the airport you can take bus or taxi. Local bus number 22 goes from the airport to Inezgane, a suburb to Agadir, The last bus leaves at 20.30. From Inezgane to Agadir city centre you can take bus number 20, 24 or 28. If you would rather take a shared taxi it will cost you about the same. A taxi from the airport to Agadir takes about 20 minutes. It is also possible to hire a vehicle from any of the car rental agencies at the airport.

Al-Massira Airport, Agadir

Public Transport

The central parts of Agadir are walk-able, but if you get tired, there are plenty of local buses to take you to nearby beaches or suburbs of the city. Remember to have coins to pay the ticket since the driver doesn't carry a lot of change. The main local bus station is located next to the main grand taxi rank at the south end of Rue de Fes, approx. 20 minutes drive from the city centre. It is very usual to arrive at Inezgane though, which is the bus hub of the region.

Rue de Fes, Agadir