Things to do in Agadir
Bordered by the waters of the Atlantic, the “Moroccan pearl” is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the country because of its beaches and good climate
Of Morocco’s three thousand kilometres of coastline, the stretch that includes Taghazout stands out, thanks to its Atlantic location and its excellent surfing conditions.
Among the spectacular towns dotted along Morocco’s Atlantic coast, Imsouane is somewhat unassuming, though a favourite haunt of surfers and hippies since the 1960s which still has many attractions for visitors.
Surrounded by restaurants and leisure facilities, the Agadir Marina is home to the wealthiest members of the Moroccan city
This beautiful natural park, situated 35 kilometres from Agadir, is dotted with rivers, palm trees, rocks and natural pools filled by various waterfalls.
A stroll through the new Agadir Medina reveals a beautiful medieval-inspired neighbourhood with beautiful spots around every corner, craft workshops, and lovely cafés.
On any excursion to the beach at Tamri to enjoy the sands or ride the waves, you should also include bird watching in the estuary as well as a visit to the town of Tamri.
A few sections of the wall and a gate remain of the Kasbah of Agadir, but its location is unbeatable if you want to see one of the most beautiful panoramic views of the city at sunset.
If you’ve booked a family holiday to Agadir, we’ll help you find activities that ensure you enjoy your trip to the full. Get ready for some unforgettable memories!