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With approximately 340 days of sunshine a year and six kilometres of soft white sand beaches, Agadir is Morocco’s premiere beach resort. Nestled among the verdant valleys of the Great Souss and with the majestic range of the Anti-Atlas rearing up behind it, this modern, cosmopolitan city has all the attendant pleasures, thrills and luxuries you could ask for.


Police / Fire / Medical: 190
Banks: Mon-Fri 8:30am-11:30am and 2:30pm-4:30pm
Businesses: Mon-Sat 9am-1pm and 3pm-7pm
Office National Marocain de Tourisme (ONMT)
On the upper level of Building Iguenouane
Corner of avenue du Prince Moulay Abadallah and avenue Prince Sidi Mohammed

Opening hours: Mon-Thu 8:30am-12pm and 2:30pm-6:30pm, Fri 8:30am-11:30am and 2:30pm-6:30pm

Phone: +212 28 846 377

The City of Agadir

The beating heart of Agadir around which everything revolves is its spectacular crescent shaped bay. The white sandy beach, which stretches as far as the eye can see, provides some of the safest bathing in Morocco and is the daytime destination for most visitors.

Whether it is soaking up the sun, taking a camel ride or catching some waves, the beach provides something for all tastes. Tracing the curve of the bay is Boulevard 20 Aout, Agadir’s main thoroughfare along which you will find many of its exclusive hotels and beachside resorts and a host of cafés, bars and restaurants.

One block from here, you will find the city's main shopping area, centred on Boulevard Hassan II and Avenue du Prince Moulay Abdullah. Further inland is the area of New Talborjt, where most of Agadir’s budget accommodation is to be found.

Do & See in Agadir

To get a taste of the hustle and bustle of old Agadir, head to the port, where you can watch the fishermen bring in the daily catch, head out to the souk and do a spot of bartering, or trek up to the remains of the 16th-century Kasbah and take in the spectacular sights of the bay.
Agadir Beach
Agadir’s top attraction is the six-mile crescent shaped beach. There are many places in Agadir that are well suited for surfing, like Devil's rock, Imesouane bay and Ankhor point. If you are interested in learning to surf, there are a number of schools and camps to help you get started.
Built in 1540, all that remains of the old Kasbah are the fortified walls, however, the trip up the hill to this historic site is worth it for the view alone. Engraved into the hill in Arabic are the words God, King and Country. The Moroccans are prohibited to speak anything bad about any of these three things. If you are interested in history you can easily find a professional guide here to take you on a tour.
Souk al-Had
Immerse yourself in the sights and sounds of Agadir’s walled souk and get ready to barter for souvenirs. A "souk" is a term of a central, local market in an Arabic city selling spices, textiles and jewellery. If you take a taxi to the Souk al-Had you should ask for it by name, since some taxi drivers take you to their own personal souk. You recognize the real souk by its ochre wall and the numbered gates.
Fishing Port
If you’re looking to taste the hustle and bustle of a typically Moroccan town, complete with old fishing boats, nets and raucous fishermen, then head for the fishing port. It is a great place to wander around, take pictures and maybe buy some of the city's freshest fish to cook at home.
La Médina d'Agadir
La Médina d'Agadir is a fascinating reconstruction of a typical Moroccan Berber village. It was built using traditional building techniques and local materials. Today, visitors can stroll the alleys and shop in the many small boutiques, all while taking in the colours, aromas and bustle of the market.
Musée Municipal du Patrimoine Amazigh
This museum offers a fascinating insight into the culture and art of the Berbers, the original inhabitants of Morocco. You can see a collection of old Berber musical instruments, carpets, architecture, pottery, jewellery and traditional clothing from the 18th and 19th century.
Port de Plaisance Marina
Don’t miss this beautiful marina located south of the commercial port, surrounded by shopping and new condos. This marina was made in 2008 and has supermarkets as well as fresh produce markets close by, and it is perfect for a stroll in the afternoon sun.
In the area of Agadir, there are three different golf clubs. The Agadir Royal Golf Club, with 9 holes, is the oldest one, founded in 1951, while the other two, Les Dunes Golf Club and Le Soleil Golf Club, opened in the 1990's. The climate here is perfect for golfing year-round.

Dining in Agadir

As one of the world’s biggest suppliers of sardines, fish features heavily on the menus of Agadir’s restaurants. From freshly grilled sardines to fish tagine, local cuisine draws its inspiration from the fruits of the sea.

There are three main zones when it comes to eating in Agadir: the beach, where many restaurants are located, and you have many different types of food to choose from; New Talbourjt, one of the cheapest areas to go for food; and Uniprix, with restaurants for both tourists and locals.
La Scala
Situated on the seafront, this restaurant is renowned for its mouth-watering seafood, though other options, such as pasta and meat dishes, are also offered. The atmosphere is classy but still relaxed, the food is always fresh and the staff is efficient and professional.
Fish Stalls
For that authentic Moroccan dining experience, head down to the port where there are a number of stalls selling excellent fresh fish dishes at low prices. One of the most popular dishes in Agadir is the Fish tagine and this is the best place to try it.
Little Norway
Little Norway is known for serving food of very high quality in hearty portions. The name is a bit misleading, since this restaurant serves primarily French specialties, their signature dish being the fillet steak.
Riad Villa Blanche
If you are looking for fine dining in a romantic atmosphere, head to Riad Villa Blanche. The professional waiters serve beautiful and impeccable Moroccan dishes in a quiet and exquisite setting.
Le Jardin d'Eau
At Le Jardin d'Eau you can enjoy your meal either on the outside terrace or inside the stunning dining room. They serve traditional Moroccan and French food, made from organic and locally produced ingredients.
Restaurant Le Quai
This stylish restaurant, located in the Agadir Marina, serves international and Moroccan dishes. The staff is friendly and the ambiance relaxed. Come here for lunch or dinner, or simply stop by for coffee or an afternoon snack while strolling along the marina.
Restaurant Scampi
Restaurant Scampi is located in the city centre of Agadir, and offers visitors options from a wide array of traditional Moroccan dishes. To accompany your meal, the wine list offers some really good alternatives, and everything is served by joyful and friendly waiters.
Restaurant Daffy
This hidden gem serves delicious Moroccan cuisine at reasonable prices. The Tagine is especially popular. The restaurant is located close to a mosque and alcoholic beverages are not served here, but if you do it neatly you might be allowed to bring your own.

Cafes in Agadir

Agadir’s gastronomic culture is influenced by the need to cater to the many different nationalities that flock to its restaurants and cafés, so you will find food to satisfy all palettes. There is a wide selection of traditional Moroccan cookies and French pastries for anyone with a sweet tooth. Wash it down with a cup of refreshing mint tea or a hot cup of coffee.
Avenue Hassan II
For a relaxing evening of drinking and conversation, head to one of the numerous restaurants and cafes at Avenue Hassan II. The stylish establishments along this avenue have an almost Parisian feel to them and are a favourite haunt of locals in the mood for coffee, mint tea or fresh orange juice, accompanied by delectable desserts.
La Fontaine
La Fontaine, located in the city centre, is a great place to sit back and do a spot of people-watching. Indulge in one of their sweet fancies or grab a snack. It is a very popular meeting place among locals, favoured for its rich coffee and free WiFi.
Café Vienna
Relax on the terrace overlooking the sea and lose yourself in their indulgent coffees and pastries. Café Vienna is located in the four-star Hotel Odyssee Park.
Le Flore
Located directly on the promenade, this café and restaurant is the perfect place for breakfast before a day on the beach or lunch in the sun. They are famous for their seafood dishes and are also open for dinner.
Patisserie Tafarnout
Patisserie Tafarnout has been around since 1984 and is still going strong. Here you can expect Moroccan pastries and cakes of high quality. They also offer sandwiches, fresh juices and typical Moroccan mint tea.
Orange Cafe
Orange Cafe's breezy inner courtyard, decorated in traditional Moroccan style, fountain included, provides a cool and relaxing place to escape the afternoon heat over a coffee or drink. Food is also served, including hamburgers and desserts, and of course, the orange juice is refreshing and delicious.
Pâtisserie L'Anice
Stylish, elegant and modern Pâtisserie L'Anice served perhaps the best pastries in the city. Everything on offer is marvelously presented by top pastry chefs, from their macarons and cookies to the specially designed custom cakes. Not to be missed by anyone with a sweet tooth.
La Baraka
Unassuming sandwich shop La Baraka has a simple and informal vibe about it, a place people visit to indulge in decadent comfort food, including pizza, sandqiches and burgers, as well as ice cream, desserts and coffee.

Bars & Nightlife in Agadir

After a hard day's lounging on the beach, head into town, enjoy the local cocktails and sample the sights, sounds and smells of the Saharan beat. There is something for everyone who wants to maximise their visit to Agadir: nightclubs, bars and also a casino.
Avenue Hassan II
For a relaxing evening of drinking and conversation, head to one of the numerous restaurants and cafes at Avenue Hassan II. The stylish establishments along this avenue have an almost Parisian feel to them and are a favourite haunt of locals in the mood for coffee, mint tea or fresh orange juice, accompanied by delectable desserts.
Piano Bar
This women-friendly bar serves a great selection of drinks at good prices. The cocktails are accompanied by the soothing sounds of the resident pianist.
Jour et Nuit
When the heat hits in the middle of the night and you are looking to quench your thirst, this 24-hour bar looks like an oasis in the middle of the desert. Sit down at the large terrace, enjoy the superb location, and sip a cup of coffee or a stronger drink.
The English Pub
This is a popular Irish bar serving a good selection of British and Irish beers. Patrons can play pool, sip a pint at the bar or enjoy the fine outdoor seating. Come here for a jolly good feeling.
Flamingo Oriental Night Club
Flamingo is a popular nightspot that bumps and grinds to a great selection of the latest hits. On Saturdays this place tends to be very crowded and both tourists and locals enjoy themselves here.
This is one of Agadir’s hottest and most long-standing night spots. having been around since 1998. Come here to party till the early morning and then hit the beach afterwards.
So Lounge
So Lounge is the best and most exclusive night club in Agadir, wildly popular among both locals and visitors. Wide pillars support the high ceiling over the large dance floor where crowds gather to move to the sounds of local and international DJs and live acts.
Orange Cafe
Orange Cafe's breezy inner courtyard, decorated in traditional Moroccan style, fountain included, provides a cool and relaxing place to escape the afternoon heat over a coffee or cocktail. Food is also served, including hamburgers and desserts, and of course, the orange juice is refreshing and delicious.

Shopping in Agadir

Be it bartering in the bustle of the souk or ambling in the air-conditioned luxury of the stores in the new town, Agadir will cater to your every shopping need. Whether you're looking for hand-crafted ceramics, leather garments, carved figurines or spices for that tagine you’re going to impress the folks back home with, be sure to have hard cash and never to accept the first price.
City Centre
One of the main shopping areas is situated around Boulevard Hassan II and Avenue du Prince Moulay Abdullah. You will find numerous boutiques and department stores selling a range of fashion items, as well as souvenir shops selling all manner of Moroccan trinkets and charms.
Souk al-Had
For the authentic Moroccan shopping experience, head for the walled Souk al-Had and wander around the winding alleys, breathe in the sights, sounds and smells of this lively marketplace. Here, you will find farmers selling their freshly grown produce, spices that fill the air and that are finely sculpted into pyramids and metalwork that has been skilfully manipulated into the most ornate lanterns. All this and a myriad of other curiosities and oddities are waiting to be discovered in the secret alleys of the souk.
Souk Berbere Artisanal
Souk Berbere Artisanal specialises in sparkling and colourful locally-designed jewellery, but the offer goes well beyond, including lavish rugs and carpets, ornate furniture, such as chests and bureaus, beautifully decorated vases and tea sets, and even bags and tajines, among many others.
L'Echappee Belle Etape Berbere
L'Echappee Belle Etape Berbere is an elegant and modern boutique that showcases contemporary Moroccan design items, ranging from clothing and shoes to accessories, homeware and even some confectionery, jams and oils. Their products are on the cutting edge of design but manage to keep an authentic Moroccan feel.
Agadir Argan Shop
Argan oil is a locally produced oil extracted from the argan tree, native only to Morocco. It is used for many purposes, including for dipping bread and spraying on couscous and other dishes. It is also used in many cosmetic products and is said to have numerous benefits. Agadir Argan Shop offers a huge array of such products, and the staff is always happy to explain each one and help patrons choose the best product for them.
Ensemble Artisanal
The Ensemble Artisanal Agadir consists of a multitude of merchant stalls and small shops offering items including traditional Moroccan crafts such as pottery, baskets, ironwork and many others. The market was established in the center of the new city of Agadir after 1960, because the old souk craft was destroyed entirely during an earthquake that shook the city.
Marché Central
Marché Central is the city's local marketplace, lined with fish stalls, butchers, greengrocers, flower vendors, and more. Like other markets in the country, it is best known for the infinite variety of spices that it offers to its customers, which mostly come from neighbouring provinces.
Librairie Al Mouggar
If you're in need of some good reading material while visiting Agadir, head to Librairie Al Mouggar. They have a wide selection of French titles, as well as English-language novels and guide books.

Tourist Information for Agadir

Al-Massira Airport
Al-Massira Airport is located 28 km from the city centre. To get to and from the airport you can take bus or taxi.

Local bus number 22 goes from the airport to Inezgane, a suburb to Agadir, The last bus leaves at 20.30. From Inezgane to Agadir city centre you can take bus number 20, 24 or 28. If you would rather take a shared taxi it will cost you about the same.

A taxi from the airport to Agadir takes about 20 minutes.

It is also possible to hire a vehicle from any of the car rental agencies at the airport.
Public Transport
The central parts of Agadir are walk-able, but if you get tired, there are plenty of local buses to take you to nearby beaches or suburbs of the city. Remember to have coins to pay the ticket since the driver doesn't carry a lot of change.

The main local bus station is located next to the main grand taxi rank at the south end of Rue de Fes, approx. 20 minutes drive from the city centre. It is very usual to arrive at Inezgane though, which is the bus hub of the region.
By far the easiest and quickest way to get around town is by the cream-coloured Grand taxi or the orange Petit taxi. You can find them either at the taxi rank at the South end of Rue de Fes or Rue Yacoub el-Mansour in New Talborjt or by hailing one off the street.

The Petit taxis are only allowed to drive inside the city. The Grand taxis only take at least 6 passengers, but you can also pay extra and hire the whole taxi. Fares are charged on the meter or discussed in advance.
Stamps can be bought at souvenir shops, hotels and at post offices around town. The larger outlets are open Monday to Friday 8am to 4:15pm and Saturday 8am to 11:45am. The main post office can be found at:
There are several pharmacies in the city, many of them found along Boulevard Hassan II and avenue Prince Moulay Abdellah. Most of them are open Monday to Saturday 9am-11:30am, 3:30pm-8pm and 9pm-12:30am. For information on which pharmacies that are open after-hours, see the list on the front door window.

Pharmacie Founty:
Country code: +212
Area code: 028
Increasingly 220 volts; round two-pin plugs are standard.