Agadir is one of those cities that seem to have attracted all of nature's favors in order to provide its guests with a heavenly trip. On the Atlantic coast, this child, so spoiled by Mother Nature, shines its light over the entire Maghreb. Somewhat immoderate, with its 6 miles of beaches and blessed by its wonderfully mild climate, Agadir offers a perfect setting for a high-flying Moroccan break.
A Moroccan holiday resort that's a firm favorite, the city's abundant attractions and authenticity drawn from its generous culture, its amazigh heritage and hinterland with its wealth of exceptional sites make it utterly captivating. You then think immediately of Agadir Beach, combining all the right elements and facilities so that you can enjoy the natural riches of this symbolic Moroccan site. Kitesurfing, windsurfing, wakeboarding and jet skiing await the boldest among you wanting to have a go at these board sports, in a place where the conditions are mild and welcoming.
After that comes Paradise Valley with its Grand Canyon-like feel, whose fertile lushness seems to mold itself around the ocher rock. A paradise setting, it will delight those thrill seekers who want to dive unforgettably into turquoise pools.
Away from Agadir's breathtaking beach is the pretty and tranquil beach of Taghazout, whose micro-climate attracts surfers from all over to this piece of paradise. Providing opportunities to everyone, whether novice or experienced, the beach is a peaceful place for anyone who wants to take a break from the bustle of Agadir.
However, as you take a step back from the city and its natural charms, you will encounter a land rich in history and an unusual lifestyle. The Amazigh civilization bursts into intensely captivating chants: the rwais - singing poets - and the ahouach - the Berber dance that's characteristic of Agadir - will teach you about music from another age.