Bordered by heavenly beaches and facing the Atlantic Ocean, the city of Agadir is more than ever synonymous with beauty. Here, the softness is that of infinite beaches of fine sand of more than 6 km which are bathed in sunlight. They make Agadir a world-renowned destination that invites more than ever to relax and to rest. In addition to its exceptional waterfront, the city is an ideal starting point to discover the countless wonders of the hinterland.
Agadir is simply an escape and idleness, in the heart of a magnificent tourist city located in an idyllic climate that is conducive to making you forget all your worries and worries.
During the visit to Agadir, visitors can also walk by the coast. This is a perfect way to relax and explore public spaces. The art of life of the city is extremely visible through this promenade. It stands out with a five kilometers ceramic sidewalk, unique palm trees and a lot of external lightning. That brings the feeling of security and specific climate at the same time during a night escapade.
Near to downtown, the Marina is a space for entertainment, and high-standard shopping center for tourists. An extent to the corniche, the Marina offers its clients various services, and activities: Fashion shops, restaurants of all categories (Moroccan/Mediterranean/Italian/French cuisine...), nautical sports (Jet Ski, Fly Board, Surfing...), yachting club, nightclubs, pubs, lounges, gaming rooms.
All of it made Marina a touristic complex, and the right address for shopping and entertainment face to the sea.
Marina has a lot to offer. A yacht harbor is one of them. There is a space for 360 boats (6-30 meters long) and full equipment: electricity, fairing area, dockside and special, professional infrastructure…
You will invariably be tempted to throw the anchor!
Known as Agadir Oufella in Tachelhit (Berber language), which means the high Agadir, this site is the prettiest in city. The Kasbah of Agadir Oufella is a citadel that dominates the Atlantic Ocean and the city by it height of 236 meters.
It was erected by Mohamed Ech-Cheikh ( Founder of the Saadi dynasty) in 1540 to lead the city of Agadir, then to protect it from the Portuguese attacks back then.
This spot is to be reinforced after two centuries, in 1752, by Mouay Abdellah who installed a garrison of two thousand men there. After the Earthquake that took place in Agadir during the year 1960, only the walls of the Kasbah survived, and the entry portal which has a Dutsch writing that says: "Fear God, and Respect the king", a reminder that Netherlands occupied the place in 1746 under the sovereignty of the Saadi Sultan. The Kasbah is an Ideal place to witness a majestic sunset.
“God, Homeland, the King” – this is an Arabic inscription that is situated on Agadir hill. It is lightened up during the night – the whole city is enlaced with the soft light then. Kasbah is also a perfect spot for people who love jogging or trekking. There is an option to walk or run up directly to the top of the hill. The city view is amazing, when you admire it from the hill. Apart from visiting Agadir Oufella, the ruins of an old Agadir, you can simultaneously enjoy the view of the new one.
Another magnet of Agadir can be its fishing port. The Sardine port has long been the first fishing port in the world, so it’s definitely worth visiting.
Agadir's port is also a place for delight where you can find small traditional Moroccan restaurants. Delicious seafood plates, fresh fish coming straight from the port, are proposed to fish admirers.
Fishing port of Agadir is a perfect place to walk around whilst visiting the city. There are a lot of restaurants, serving fresh fish and local, delicious food. What’s more you can enjoy the sea and colorful boats during the meal. A sight of fishing boats while walking in the beach is recommended.