Agadir Holidays in 2015



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Alluring Agadir

Agadir holidays come with the unique appeal of presenting a beach break and historical getaway to visitors, never failing to deliver variety to those that step foot in the attractive city. Located on the west coast of Morocco and bearing witness to the blue of the Atlantic Ocean, Agadir is a beach resort on one hand, and a haven of culture on the other. From the golden sands to the bustling souks, you’ll embrace the variety that the city offers its guests, whether you’re a culture vulture or a sun worshipper.

You’ll find a great deal of action adventure embedded in the destination as well, with a vibrant water sports scene and surrounding landscapes offering a number of outdoor pursuits. Away from the water, the city’s old medina is a wonderful place to explore, while the seafront promenade offers a modern twist to your holidays in Agadir. The city is considered one of the top beach destinations in the whole of Morocco, rivalling the likes of Tangier and Saidia on the north coast – so don’t forget your swimming gear.

Sand and Souks

Whether you choose to chill on the sand or get into the water, your time on the golden sands of Agadir will allow you to relax or capture a thrill or two. Surfing is a popular activity in the rough seas around the city, offering a good challenge to experienced surfers, while beginners will be able to try their hand at a new sport. The two best beaches on your Agadir holidays are Agadir Beach and Taghazout Beach – both decorated by fine sand and lapping waters. The marina and seafront are decked out with tantalising restaurants and a number of boutiques, providing a modern and vibrant ethos to the city.

Culture buffs will still find things to do during their stay in Agadir, even if the beach is the primary lure. Souk El Had is a fantastic traditional marketplace which boasts over 3,000 stalls selling everything from clothes and leather goods to crafts and foods – a perfect place to test your haggling skills, though admittedly the souks around Marrakech and Fez will provide a little more vibrancy. Holidays to Agadir are also home to some impressive landmarks such as the Oufella ruins that overlook the city. If you’re craving a little more historical prowess, a trip to Marrakech will serve you well on your quest. Further up the west coast you’ll discover many more attractions and worthwhile sites during your time in Morocco, among them the coastal resort of Essaouira and the bustling port of Casablanca.

Important Information

Travel Information
Language: Arabic, French, (English widley spoken)
Currency: Moroccan Dirham (MAD)
Local time: GMT
Local airport: Agadir
Flight time: 3 hours 45 minutes

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