The undeniable highlight of Agadir is the remarkable Blue Flag beach that stretches out along 9 kilometres of the Atlantic Ocean. The Blue Flag certification means that the beach is guaranteed to be clean, safe and well maintained. Almost all of the main tourist resorts are situated along this stretch of coastline, meaning golden sands can normally be found right on your doorstep.
The coastline of Agadir also happens to be one of the best places in the world to learn how surf, providing consistent and manageable waves for all abilities.
The city of Agadir was completely rebuilt following an earthquake in the sixties. Despite this, the city has managed to retain its character and still has a uniquely Moroccan charm. Whether you’re haggling for some handmade goods in a traditional market or sampling the iconic local cuisine, the city has a wealth of attractions to draw you away from the beach.
Agadir is also situated in close proximity to the Atlas Mountains and some stunningly surreal scenery. Within just a day’s excursion from the city, tourists can find themselves transported into a bizarre alien moonscape that has been used as a filming location for countless Hollywood films.