Overview Agadir

Visiting Agadir

Nestled on the Atlantic shore of southeast Morocco, Adagir boasts a mild winter climate, good beaches and vibrant Moroccan culture, making it a popular destination for northern European snowbirds.

Agadir’s Beaches are one of its primary draws. Agadir Beach itself is the most popular, with shallow, calm waters great for swimming, while surfers of all skill levels flock to Taghazout Beach, north of Agadir. A traditional fishing port, Agadir supplies both European and African markets, and now visitors can get a taste of the freshest catch at the Agadir Fish Market. Here you barter for the tastiest fish you can find, then have it cleaned and cooked on site for a hot and delicious seafood meal. Day trips to the nearby town of Tiznit are a popular option here, especially on Thursdays when the town’s traditional market takes place.

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Nestled on the Atlantic shore of southeast Morocco, Adagir boasts a mild winter climate, good beaches and vibrant Moroccan culture, making it a popular destination for northern European snowbirds.

Agadir’s Beaches are one of its primary draws. Agadir Beach itself is the most popular, with shallow, calm waters great for swimming, while surfers of all skill levels flock to Taghazout Beach, north of Agadir. A traditional fishing port, Agadir supplies both European and African markets, and now visitors can get a taste of the freshest catch at the Agadir Fish Market. Here you barter for the tastiest fish you can find, then have it cleaned and cooked on site for a hot and delicious seafood meal. Day trips to the nearby town of Tiznit are a popular option here, especially on Thursdays when the town’s traditional market takes place.

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Stories and Tips Agadir

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Essouira

Written by TravelTess on 04 Apr, 2005

This used to be one of the best-kept secrets of Morocco. It was the most beautiful little beach town. The medina was especially wide and beautiful. The fortress was built by the Portuguese and added so much to the ambience of…Read More


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Tafraout

Written by TravelTess on 04 Apr, 2005

The mountains around Tafraoute are the main attraction. They seem to avoid gravitation, as if they were held up by their sparkling colours alone. Situated 3,608 feet high deep in the heart of the Anti Atlas, the town is surrounded by rock formations, a riot…Read More


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Marrakesh

Written by TravelTess on 04 Apr, 2005

This is a mysterious town, a pink town. A visit here is a must, as is a visit to Djeema El Fnaa, the old souk (at the marketplace). Founded in 1070 to 1072 by the Almoravids, Marrakesh remained a political, economic, and cultural centre for a…Read More


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