When a town has the Sahara for its beach, it has to have an ocean for its swimming pool. The bay of Agadir is beautiful, so welcoming that the sun stays there for 350 days a year. It enjoys such a mild climate, it seems as if the summer never wants to leave. The salt water is soft. The fine sandy beaches sprawl for kilometres. The days seem set to stretch out for ever and the evenings seem to want to drift peacefully by.
Its calm is complemented by a colourful hinterland full of interesting sights. Capital of the Souss region and the starting point for countless excursions, Agadir offers a very varied range of activities. Riding, sailing, diving, jetskiing, big game fishing, tennis or golf, Agadir has such an abundance that its landscape is a playground.
Agadir is the ultimate leisure town, in a kingdom where travellers reign supreme.
The white city, as it is often called, is modern, with luxurious hotels and holidays centres built all along the beach. Its urban planning, its greenery and its typically Western spirit make of it a kind of Cannes (France). Many Europeans saunter along avenues with souvenirs stores and tourists’ bars-restaurants, from whose terraces they like to enjoy the city.
Agadir is the ideal city to spend quiet holidays on its nine kilometres of marvellous beaches, without major surprise, nor cultural shock, a place to enjoy the various cultural events.