The most visited city with medieval Arabic architecture, a beautiful stretch of sand, cultural hammam, Agadir’s former Medina, the Souss Massa National Park Spanish influenced fresh seafood and The Memoire d’Agadir. Agadir is situated along the Morocco’s southern Atlantic coast and a resort destination for its famous golf courses, the Kasbah, restaurants, and bars. To enjoy a heart-pouching Adventure journey, trek in Agadir and it will exceed your expectations. The most visited city in Southern Morocco, with the palm, lined beachfront bars and boulevards for a large number of Visitors, this place has amplified the local and international guests to lay back and enjoy the beautiful sea weather in winter months. In Agadir, it’s all about the soaking up some sunshine at some beach and relaxes your mind and body for a better enjoyment of Agadir Holidays 2017. Rent a beach buggy or ride a camel at Agadir beach, visit the Souk-al-Had for cultural blend and get an experience of amazing Agadir. There you may find some local Berber community and they are proud of their cultural heritage as they are very welcoming to international visitors. Agadir city Centre is flat with large clean, attractive, boulevards and roads making it so easy to get around on foot wherever visitors want to be. It is usually safe to walk around although women may need to fend off attention from local men but not too much one can think.
A gem on morocco coastline with palm lined trees and array of white buildings, Agadir is one of the delightful visitor destination where you find the series of the Anti-Atlas and the Sahara and it is also considered a great base to discover some of the Morocco’s outstanding historical features. Agadir was devastated by an earthquake in 1960’s but the original Kasbah remained safe and Agadir has entirely reconstructed again.
Agadir history closely related to Morocco’s other Atlantic ports as in the 15th century, it was colonized by the Portuguese and then in the 16th century, it was recaptured by the Saadians. With a busy port and coastline resorts sprawling below its Kasbah, Agadir is a real premier destination for tourists to enjoy the sunny beaches, ancient Museums, spacious residential suburbs and spicy Food Bazaar with 300 sunny days a year.
In this modern city with international influences, there is a still light touch of its past and ancient traditions. The great architectures in Moorish style and relaxing spot in the heart of town, Jardim de Olhão is really a cool place to visit where you can enjoy the seafood in the nearby fish market. The Mohammed V Mosque, Agadir Zoo & Aquarium and Boulevards in Agadir will create a sense of attraction and convince you to choose this city for your holidays every time.
Agadir is offering some worth trying local specialties like tajine, couscous (stews) and djaja mahamara (chicken stuffed with semolina, raisins and almonds) to its national and international tourists. With the warm temperature and Mediterranean climate tempered on the eastern coast by south-westerly trade winds, visit Agadir to immerse in such a perfect city of great morocco.