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With approximately 340 days of sunshine and six kilometres of soft white sands, 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 can ask for.
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To get a taste of the hustle and bustle of old Agadir, head down to the port where you can watch the fishermen bring in the daily catch, head out to the souk and do a spot of bartering, or trek up to the remains of the 16th-century Kasbah and take in the spectacular sights of the bay.
Agadir Beach
Agadir’s top attraction is the six mile crescent shaped beach, soak up the sun, splash in the surf and enjoy! Speaking of surf - there are many places in Agadir that are well suited for surfing, a few examples are Devils 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.
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.
Souk al-Had
Immerse yourself in the sights and sounds of Agadir’s walled souk and get ready to barter for your souvenirs! A "souk" is a term of a central, local market in an Arabic city selling spices, textiles and jewellery. If you take a taxi to the Souk al-Had you should ask for it by name, since some taxi drivers take you to their own personal souk. You recognize the real souk by its ochre wall and the numbered gates.
Fishing Port
If you’re looking to taste the hustle and bustle of a typically Moroccan town, then head for the fishing port. It is a great place to wander around, take pictures and maybe buy your own fish that you can cook at home.
La Médina d´Agadir
La Médina d´Agadir is a fascinating reconstruction of a typical Moroccan Berber village. It was built using traditional building techniques and local materials. Today, visitors can stroll the alleys and shop in the many small boutiques.
Museum Municipal Amazigh
This museum offers a fascinating insight into the culture and art of the Berbers, the original inhabitants of Morocco. You can see a collection of old Berber music instruments, carpets, architecture, pottery, jewellery and traditional clothing from the 18th and 19th century.
Port de Plaisance Marina
Don’t miss this beautiful marina located south of the commercial port, surrounded by shopping and new condos. This marina was made in 2008 and has supermarkets and fresh markets close by.
In the area of Agadir, there are three different golf clubs. The Agadir Royal Golf Club with 9 holes is the oldest one, founded in 1951 and the other two Les Dunes Golf Club and Le Soleil Golf Club opened in the 90's. The climate here is perfect for all year golfing.
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Al-Massira Airport
Al-Massira Airport is located 28 km from the 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 and the fare is 4 Dirham. From Inezgane to Agadir city centre you can take bus number 20, 24 or 28 and the cost for that ticket is 3 Dirham. If you rather take a shared taxi it will cost you the same. A taxi from the airport to Agadir costs approximately 200 Dirham. The trip takes about 20 minutes. It is also possible to hire a vehicle from any of the car rentals at the airport.
Public Transport
The central parts of Agadir are walk-able, but if you are 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 fare is 5-10 Dirhams. 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.
By far the easiest and quickest way to get around town is by the cream-coloured Grand taxi or the orange Petit taxi. You find them either from the taxi rank at the South end of Rue de Fes or Rue Yacoub el-Mansour in New Talborjt or by hailing one off the street. The Petit taxis are only allowed to drive inside the city. The Grand taxis only take at least 6 passengers, but you can also pay extra and hire the whole taxi. Fares are charged on the meter or discussed in advance.
Stamps can be bought at souvenir shops, hotels and in the post offices around town. The larger outlets are open Monday to Friday 8.00 to 16.15 and Saturday 8.00 to 11.45 and you find the main post office on:
There are several pharmacies in the city and you find many of them along Boulevard Hassan II and avenue Prince Moulay Abdellah. Most of them are open Monday to Saturday 9.00-11.30, 15.30-20.00 and 21.00-00.30. For information on which pharmacies that are open after-hours, see the list in the front door window.
Country code: +212 Area code: 028
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