Demolished by an earthquake in 1960, the old Agadir is no more than a memory. Rebuilt in a very concreted style, the city has lost its former charm and often disappoints purists. But with its vast sandy beach, 4 miles long, and 300 days of sunshine per year, Agadir attracts an almost permanent crowd of tourists. It must be said that this regional capital contains a quarter of Morocco's hotel capacity, ...
Visitors enjoy Agadir's warm climate all year round, not to mention the long sandy beaches!
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In the evening, enjoy a beautiful sunset on the long beach of Agadir.
Anyone for spot of sunbathing on the sand? Or a morning jog?
The port of Agadir welcomes cruise ship throughout the year
Agadir's medina is not one of Morocco's most beautiful. The city was devestated by an earthquake in 1960, and is today best known as a beach resort.
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