The Ultimate Guide Before You Plan for your Next Trip
Agadir is a city in the Southern part of Morocco. It is mainly a touristic resort intended to be crowded with European tourists that go there in cheap packages. It has a nice beach and all the facilities for beach-tourism. It's cheap, and for being Morocco is a comfortable place. Around Agadir there are very nice and empty beaches, and the region of the Antiatlas, the Sahara desert, some natural parks are very close and accessible from some parts of Europe. One can soak up the sun on the well-maintained beaches of Agadir. Palm-lined boulevards and beachfront bars add a decidedly western resort feel, amplified by the hoards of Europeans who flock here in the winter months. One can ride a camel, rent a beach buggy or check out the Suq al-Had market, filled with the spices of North Africa. The roads have become wider and clearer and the port City has new golf Course to boast and Beach Resorts to cater to the growing Tourist Milieu. The Tourist destinations are up for renovation and there is a sea change in transportation infrastructure. Agadir is a heaven of rest and relaxation. Agadir enjoys fine weather all year round and boasts top ranking hotel facilities. Rest assured Agadir will provide you with a dream holiday at any time of the year Agadir is a celebration of Life itself, the nightlife is vibrant and colorful, giving the rare chance to come and enjoy some nights on Fire in the Africa. The evenings can be best utilized for bar grazing with a plethora of Tapas, Taverns, Cabarets, Pubs, and night clubs to offer you mind blowing sizzlers. For a music lover, the place is bound to take you on a wild journey where the Desert and the Beach influence the rhythm and lyrics to produce a concoction giving you much headiness than Tequila!
Water sports, underwater fishing, sunbathing, yachting are few of its attractions. Throughout the year, Agadir welcomes hundreds of thousands of tourists whose every wish is catered for by the superbly equipped hotels. Taghazout Beach, Agadir Fishing Port , Imouzzer des Ida Ou Tanane, Massa River, Agadir Corniche, Avenue des FAR, Taghazout, Tiznit, Inezgane , Imouzer are some of its famous places to visit.
This is situated between the fragrant green of Eucalyptus and the bewitching azure of the ocean .Here waters as blue as the sky above them from which an eternally blazing sun shines down.
Boulevard Hassan II
Boulevard Hassan II
This magnificent boulevard, with its series of
pedestrian precincts and its many restaurants,
boutiques and shops, bisects the town centre and
along with Avenue du General Kettani, Avenue des FAR
and Avenue Mohammed VI makes up the lively heart of
the modern city of Agadir.