Travel to Agadir

Agadir is just three and a half hours flight from London and most European capitals making it a hugely popular tourist destination for a ‘Winter Sun’ break. Overlooking the Atlantic Ocean the relaxing atmosphere and mix of traditional and modern cultures attracts visitors from around the world.

The architecture is more modern than other areas of Morocco due to the earthquake in 1960, devastating many parts of the city. The Kasbah is the oldest remaining part of the city and well worth an afternoon’s visit.

Seaside Holiday Destination

This coastal city is a commercial fishing port as well, seafood lovers can indulge in the ‘catch of the day’ at one of the many restaurants. The wide sandy beach is the main attraction and there are seafront resorts and year round good weather bringing surfers and water sports enthusiasts from far and wide.

Marina d’Agadir is the glamorous side of Agadir with bobbing yachts lined up in rows, boutiques and seafront cafes. There are luxury apartments to rent and holiday rentals.

There are great day trips to be taken from Agadir including to the old walled city of Taroudannt, Paradise valley and the Massa Lagoon.

Golfers can enjoy three courses in Agadir

Map of Agadir

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More destinations in Morocco
Agadir | Casablanca | Essaouira | Fez | Marrakesh | Meknes | Ouarzazate | Oujda | Ourika | Rabat | Safi | Taghazout |Tangier |

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Golf in Morocco | Moroccan Festivals | Music Festivals in Morocco

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Regions of Morocco | Imperial Cities of Morocco


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