Dream holiday destination for beaches, wind and desert

Three hundred days of sunshine a year, beaches that stretch for miles and a year-round mild and dry climate make Agadir on Morocco’s southern Atlantic coast to a popular beach holiday destination. Agadir’s more than six-mile-long sandy beach boasts a beautiful promenade and is a magnet for sun worshippers, party animals and families alike.

Featuring mild swells and long, flat sections, Agadir Beach is particularly suitable for families with children. Water sports enthusiasts find a windy paradise not far from Agadir. Surfers cannot help but be drawn to Taghazout. The fishing village is situated a half-hour drive north of Agadir and rated as one of the best surf spots in North Africa. Meanwhile, golfers hit their ball on a golf course with stunning scenery - such as the Tazegzout golf course.



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    03:40 h

  • Distance

    2578 km

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Edelweiss tips for Agadir

Sightseeing in your Agadir holidays

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    A visit to the Medina, the old town, is worthwhile. It was rebuilt true to the original. And on the ruins of the Casbah of Agadir you can enjoy a phenomenal view. View in maps
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    Fans of bustling markets and haggling over the price of items will head to the Souk El Had, which is open every day except Mondays. View in maps
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    A trip into the desert is a holiday highlight not to be missed. The large dunes outside of Agadir offer an impressive sneak preview of the vast Sahara Desert. Sahara tours

Flights to Agadir

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