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Agadir at a Glance

If you are looking for a beautiful unspoilt stretch of coast, Agadir is the perfect base. It is the place for sailing, surfing, galloping through the edges of the tide on horseback, scuba diving, parachuting over the sea. Agadir is close to the Canary Islands, and is Morocco’s show piece resort. Wide boulevards and gardens run deep into Agadir, and the golden sand beach that fringes the huge bay.

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Population 600 Million

Winter Temperature January is coldest of the three winter months in Agadir

Summer Temperature TILL 26 DEGREE IN SUMMER

Best Time To Visit Agadir has dry periods in February, March, April, May, June, July, August, September, October and November.On average, the warmest month is August.
On average, the coolest month is January.December is the wettest month. This month should be avoided if you don't like too much rain.July is the driest month.



Agadir-Al Massira Airport (IATA: AGA) Agadir has an international airport with direct scheduled flights coming in major cities in Europe as well as many charter flights arriving from all over Europe. If you are flying from the US, Canada, Asia or elsewhere, you'll have to change planes in Casablanca an internal flight takes just an hour and prices are competitive. Immigration queues can be incredibly lengthy taking often over an hour to pass through, waiting times are longer in the evenings.



There is no train connection to Agadir, you can only use the bus as public transport.



Agadir's bus station is at the Sahara hotel's parking, and it is possible to take grand taxis there. Inezgane is around 10 kilometres away and is the region's bus hub. It is very usual to arrive there and not at Agadir. The grand taxi to Agadir costs from 5 Dh/person, regular busses go there for 3–4 Dh/person.

Agadir Museum Municipal du Patrimoine Amazigh


Visit Agadir Museum Municipal du Patrimoine Amazigh which exhibits a small collection of Berber objects from 18th and 19th century including old Berber music instruments, Berber jewelry, traditional clothing and old manuscripts.

Ensemble Artisanal


Ensemble Artisanal situated on the corner of Rue Yacoub Al Mansour et Avenue du 29 Fevrier downstairs is a shop selling all the co-operatives wares, up a few steps you can see artisan's working, painted furniture, ironwork, embroidery, ceramics etc.

Coco Polizzi's Medina


A labour of love, Coco Polizzi has been recreating a traditional Moroccan Medina on route N1 in Bensergao. Out of town you will need to take an orange Petit taxi, and arrange a time for the taxi to return to collect you, but its well worth the effort for the architecture alone. Amble along the cobbled alleys amongst artisans and chatty shop keepers and take a traditional souvenir or two home.

Carrefour Market


Shopping Mall
Address: Avenue Moulay Hassan I, Agadir 80000, Morocco

Le Z Restaurant Bar Tapas Agadir


Boulevard du 20 Aout, Agadir 80000, Morocco
Phone:+212 5288-28290

Le Petit Pcheur Salam


Avenue Abdellah Guerssifi, Agadir 80000, Morocco
Phone:+212 5283-22525

Restaurant Daffy


2 Rue des Orangers, Agadir 80000, Morocco
Phone:+212 5288-20068


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