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Things to do in Agadir

Just because most international visitors come to Agadir primarily to top up their tans and shake off the winter blues, that doesn’t mean that this attractive modern resort has nothing to offer beyond sunbathing.

Whether you want to try authentic local dishes like pigeon pastilla or tagine stews cooked in earthenware over coals at restaurants such as the Jardin d’Eau, or buy local handicrafts and beauty products made with local Argan oil from the Souk-El-Had market, Agadir has somewhere to suit you.  And while the clear seas off Agadir are ideal for fishing trips, small museums such as the Musee d’Argan, its part-ruined Kasbah fortress and attractive zoo, Vallée des Oiseaux, are also likely to tempt you off the beach.

Agadir beaches.

Agadir beaches

Agadir beach is the city’s best feature, a broad six-and-a-half mile strip of sand with plenty of space for sunbathers. Behind it, the garden-lined promenade is a living room for the city, busy day and night with strollers and people-watchers. For big waves and coastal views, head up the coast to nearby Taghazout, a village that attracts surfers from all over the world. Should you wish to try surfing yourself for the first time, Agadir’s Tadanga Surf School caters to all levels of experience and organises “surfaris” to other surfing hotspots.

Agadir sightseeing.

Agadir sightseeing

More a place for relaxing than sightseeing, Agadir nonetheless has places worth visiting.  Above the city is the monumental Kasbah, a partly restored fortress with views across the town, while the Vallée des Oiseaux is a free zoo popular with children for its monkeys, parrots and flamingos. The Oufella Ruins show remnants of the city left over from the 1960 earthquake, while the Museé de l’Argan tells the story of local Argan oil along with beauty treatments and massages.

Agadir shopping.

Agadir shopping

The Souk El-Had market in Southern Agadir is said to be the third largest in North Africa and sells everything from fresh produce to Moroccan basketwork sandals and cosmetics made with locally harvested Argan oil.  Also good for buying colourful Moroccan pottery is the Ensemble Artisanal’s choice of good quality crafts.

Agadir restaurants.

Agadir restaurants

For refined Franco-Moroccan food try La Villa Blanche in Palm Bay, an elegant restaurant in a traditionally Moroccan courtyard-style hotel. Set back from the Promenade is the Jardin d’Eau in Complexe Tagadirt, which serves Moroccan dishes such as Tagine stews baked over coals in earthenware pots and sometimes has live music in the evenings. For breakfast and sweet treats, the Patisserie Tafarnout serves delicate pastries and Moroccan mint tea throughout the day.

Agadir nightlife.

Agadir nightlife

The Papagayo nightclub attracts both visitors and locals for dancing until 4am with a mix of international dance tracks and Moroccan music, while Club Salammbo has a more European feel to it, playing global pop to a friendly crowd.

Agadir weather

Prepare for the weather before your holiday

Températures moyennes saisonnières°C/°F
  • 20°Jan
  • 21°Fév
  • 22°Mars
  • 22°Avr
  • 23°Mai
  • 24°Juin
  • 26°Juil
  • 26°Août
  • 27°Sept
  • 24°Oct
  • 23°Nov
  • 21°Déc
Moyenne des précipitations mensuelles (mm)
  • 41
  • 26
  • 28
  • 26
  • 5
  • 2
  • 0
  • 0
  • 4
  • 21
  • 48
  • 52
Moyenne de l'ensoleillement journalier (heures)
  • 9
  • 9
  • 10
  • 11
  • 12
  • 14
  • 13
  • 12
  • 11
  • 10
  • 9
  • 9

Conditions générales