The largest seaside resort in Morocco, located on the shores of the Atlantic Ocean near the foot of the Atlas Mountains, destroyed and then rebuilt following an earthquake in 1960, is the most modern of the country’s cities. Hike to the Kasbah a set of fortifications perched up atop a hill in the city’s oldest districts, and relish in the breathtaking view across the city
Hit the Beach, renowned for its beautiful stretch of sand. It’s also clean and well-maintained, and there are lifeguards on patrol during the peak summer months.
Shop in the Souk El Had d’Agadir for total sensory immersion and a beautiful place in which to get lost for a while or visit The Memoire d’Agadi museum, situated in a peaceful garden, behind the beach filled with palms and cacti.
Alternatively, take a trip to The Souss Massa National Park, opened in 1991, comprising 33,000 hectares of wetlands and rippled Sahara-like dunes while the focal point is on the Oued Massa River, where numerous exotic birds come to breed.