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Visit Agadir: Your Travel Guide

Things to Do in Agadir

Souk El Had d’Agadir
El Had can’t claim to be Morocco’s most traditional market, but this bustling shopping spot is one of its most authentic. Purpose-built after the 1960 earthquake, the well-stocked souk has over 3000 stalls, selling everything from homeware and handbags to argan oil and fresh fruit and veggies. The great-value local spices make for a fragrant souvenir!
Kasbah
This ruined fortress is one of the few structures to survive the 1960 Agadir earthquake. The kasbah’s lofty perch provides beautiful views of the city and sea – especially popular at sunset. A hiking trail winds up the hillside, while local orange taxis make an appealing alternative on hot days.
Agadir Beach
With balmy temperatures and over 300 cloudless days a year, Agadir Beach is a guaranteed win for winter sunshine and year-round swimming. Its uninterrupted stretch of soft golden sand sweeps southwards for ten kilometres from the city’s marina. Pick a spot beneath a shady parasol or visit bustling bars and restaurants along the seafront promenade.
Golf du Soleil
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Traveler's Reviews & Photos

8
Very Good
The beach in Agadir is nice. In some areas you can't find much leisure options as in other beaches. The restaurants I have been in have nice service and nice food at good prices. I highly recommend "El Toro", with nice paella, location and service
Laura
United Kingdom
August 28, 2017
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Very Good
Great city if you want for sunbathing and swimming in the Ocean. There aren't many traditional places to sightsee because of earthquake from '60s.
GreggyPL
Poland
August 14, 2017
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Review score
Agadir has become very expensive and much of the hotels are very tired looking , you pay double price if you want a drink of alcohol , worked here 13 years ago was great then , a good scene , think a confused town , struggling to entertain tourists and stick to Islamic traditions .
edward
United Kingdom
September 3, 2017
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Exceptional
I love Agadir and have been there 10 times wonderful beaches and have stayed in some excellent hotels l always hire a car but getting around is easy with many taxis at a reasonable rate
Janet
United Kingdom
August 28, 2017
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Review score
The Spa in the Atlantic Palace was my highlight. Could live without the rest the beach was filthy there were too many people hassling you to buy things.there are quite a few restaurants but it is expensive here. I would not return again.
Grainne
United Kingdom
September 24, 2017

Accommodations and Hotels in Agadir

Paradis Plage Surf Yoga & Spa

8.7 Excellent

Score from 681 reviews

$112

Average price per night
Robinson Club Agadir

8.6 Excellent

Score from 258 reviews

$150

Average price per night
Royal Decameron Tafoukt Beach Resort - All Inclusive

8.1 Very Good

Score from 343 reviews

$148

Average price per night
Iberostar Founty Beach

8 Very Good

Score from 1,676 reviews

$99

Average price per night
  • “great pool area”
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Royal Atlas & Spa

7.4 Good

Score from 854 reviews

$113

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  • “great pool area”
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  • location was great”
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Kenzi Europa

7.7 Good

Score from 898 reviews

$70

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  • “great pool area”
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  • location was great”
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LTI Agadir Beach Club

7.3 Good

Score from 1,581 reviews

$59

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  • “great pool area”
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  • location was great”
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  • “wonderful staff”
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Atlantic Palace Agadir Golf Thalasso & Casino Resort

7 Good

Score from 856 reviews

$89

Average price per night
  • “great pool area”
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  • “wonderful staff”
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  • “beautiful building”
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Sofitel Agadir Royal Bay

7.8 Good

Score from 1,026 reviews

$128

Average price per night
  • “great pool area”
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  • “wonderful staff”
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  • “beautiful building”
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A stark difference from Marrakech. We came here especially for that reason. Vendors aren't half as aggressive which is nice. I would however not recommend shopping here because everything is highly priced. Restaurants are twice as expensive compared to Marrakech. The beach is wonderful. We stayed within a 3 minute walk to it. It has a great bricked beach walk that allowed my kids to run around. Very calm and enjoyable

In january the weather is pleasant between 11 and 17 h. Before and after that it's rather cold.

The bars are on the beach so you can just go from bar to bar with different types of music.

Beach is well maintained so clean.Also very long so good for beach walks.

Perfect for winter sun as very warm even in December but not too hot.

Good Food- Good Wine - Good Friends

I would need to write a book .

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