Agadir Vacation

Book a beautiful vacation on Agadir. Enjoy the beaches of Agadir. Visiting the beautiful city of Agadir in Marocco.

Agadir Vacation

Sunny and beautiful City of Agadir

Morocco's Agadir is very different from other cities in Morocco. A place lined with ten km of sandy beach and a minimum of 300 days of sunshine each year, Agadir was rebuild after the big earthquake in 1960. Agadir is now a much favoured place for Europeans and other tourists looking to unwind on one of its many beaches or seeking thrills such as surfing, swimming, windsurfing, kite surfing and sailing, or simply take it easy and soak up some sun or take a nice, long walk along the beachfront promenades and observe the locals as they go on in their daily life.


Many of the best hotels and resorts are located by the beach south of the centre.

By visiting Agadir you will be able to enjoy a relaxing beach resort vacation with all the conveniences and luxury in north Africa. But while Agadir is resplendent with cultural sights and shopping, there is much more to do in the city. You can also go horse-riding or play golf at a number of golf courses. If you're something of a culture vulture you may want to head to the remains of the city's kasbah for a nice day trip.

Medina District

Visiting Agadir's medina district can also give you an insight into Berber culture. This part of the city was reconstructed in the 1990s and as you explore its intricate network of streets you will come across many small shops and stalls in the Souqs, all selling a wide range of wares. If you're in need of a break, just head over to the Moorish cafe where you can order a drink and get something to eat.


Berber Culture

To learn more about the Berber culture, Not only will you be able to get a deeper insight into the changing lives of the Berbers over the centuries, but you can also see a collection of stunning silver jewellery.

Classic Moroccan Dishes

After taking in the exhibits you may be keen to find out how the Berbers of today go about their lives, in which case head to the Souq El-Had. Going to the markets gives you the opportunity to see how the locals buy fresh food and other items. For a truly worthwhile holiday experience, why not try your hands at cooking some Moroccan dishes or take a local cooking class to expand your culinary experiences.