Agadir: Travel/Tourist Information Guide

Situated in the South Western part of Morocco on the shores of the Atlantic Ocean, Agadir is one of the popular cities in Morocco and a favorite tourist spot for travelers around the world. It is a place of interest mainly due to its location, as it is bounded by the Anti Atlas, the Sahara Desert on the Atlantic coast and has several national parks and secluded beaches.

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Agadir is home to several exciting and prominent monuments like the Agadir Oufella, an attractive ancient fortress with winding and animated alleys. The fortress also offers a fantastic view of the whole city. Imouzzar region, a gorgeous hilly space, and Aghrod where visitors can relish the spectacular beauty of the sea and the forest are also notable tourists’ spots.

The Agadir City of Morocco is famous for its history and several ruins of those lavish past architecture. There are several museums such as Bert Flint museum which displays numerous antiques for the tourists. These museums replicate the ancient culture of the city. Agadir also home to several beautiful beaches which are vast, tidy and fully fledged with sunbath beds and umbrella shades. A lot of cheap accommodation facilities are also available here to have a safe and comfortable stay.

Agadir features a subtropical-semiarid climate, summers are warm and winters are mild.

Agadir-Al Massira Airport, located 22 Kms away from the city center, serves the city. Direct scheduled flights and several charter flights arriving here from different parts of Europe. For those traveling from US, Canada or Asia need to change flights in Casablanca.