You’re Going to Love Agadir
Soak up the sun on the well-maintained beaches of Agadir, southern Morocco’s most-visited city. Palm-lined boulevards and beachfront bars add a decidedly Western-resort feel, amplified by the large number of Europeans who flock here in the winter months. It’s all about laid-back relaxation in Agadir, so ride a camel, rent a beach buggy, check out the Suq al-Had market or take the 20-minute walk up to the ruins of the Agadir Kasbah for expansive city views if you’re taking a break from the beach.
Agadir has a sub tropical desert climate with hot dry summers and warm winters offering year round sunshine.
For the highest temperatures travel between June and August but a lot of holidaymakers visit during the winter months to experience a perfect blend of warmth and guaranteed sun.
The hottest month of the year is August with an average daily maximum of 31 C and an average low of 20 C.
The coolest month of the year is February with an average daily maximum of 20 C and an average low of 9 C.
Downtown – Also referred to as the Touristic Zone, Downtown Agadir sits at the northern end of Agadir Beach. It’s where you’ll find the Museum of Amazigh Culture, the bird park of Vallee des Oiseaux, Shems Casino, and other attractions. There are many hotels and resorts, as well as diverse restaurants, bars, and nightclubs. Founty – At the southern end of Agadir Beach, Founty is home to many of the city’s higher-end beach resorts. This is where you’ll find the city’s two Sofitel resorts, the luxurious Hotel Palace des Roses, the high-class Hotel Iberostar Founty Beach, and the boutique Riad Villa Blanche, among others. Several resorts have excellent spas, and there are also great dining options in this part of town. There are opulent villas and holiday homes, and Agadir’s Royal Palace is also in Founty.
Agadir, a stunning seaside city in Morocco, boasts fantastic sights and activities to please the large crowds of tourists who flock here to enjoy its idyllic location. Among these are numerous cafes, bars, and restaurants which serve traditional Moroccan, as well as international cuisine. Marina – The upmarket marina at the northern end of the seafront promenade has a concentration of midrange and top-end restaurants and cafes, where you can dine in style on international food.Share this tour