Popular Accommodations in Agadir
- Paradise for surfers
- Trip to the desert
- Ideal for winter refugees
- Colourful nightlife
Most popular in Agadir
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Vacation rentals in Agadir
You will find what you are looking for when looking for a vacation rental or an apartment in a prime location, especially along the coastline. From your accommodation you will not only enjoy the unobstructed view of the sea, but also benefit from the fact that you can reach the restaurants in the centre as quickly as the beach and the souk with its numerous stalls. Those who like it a little quieter will retreat to the outskirts of Agadir. Particularly in the north of the Anouar Souss district and near the mouth of the Souss river in the south, picturesque villas blend into the landscape lined with palm trees, which have nothing to be short of in terms of amenities. In addition to modern facilities and a walled-in outdoor area, most villas also have their own pool so you can take your lanes as soon as you get up. An insider tip for those seeking peace and quiet is also a holiday apartment in the surroundings of the Museum of Modern Art, which is not too heavily developed by hotels and typical tourist infrastructure.
Holidays in Agadir
Travelers and Activities
The coastal region in the west of Morocco exudes a very special charm for a bathing holiday due to the contrast of seemingly endless sandy beaches and rugged cliffs, which repeatedly separate small bays. While the little bathers feel at home digging on the beach or splashing around in the Atlantic, the big guests are drawn to water sports. Thanks to the sometimes strong winds, the coast near Agadir is ideal as a spot for windsurfers and kitesurfers. If you like, you can also rent a jet ski and plough through the waves.Agadir for night owls
Do you want to turn night into day and create a contrast to your bathing and cultural holiday in Morocco? Then Agadir is the right place for you. While carousing sports fans are drawn to the "English Pub", friends of shows and spectacles can look forward to a visit to the Dreams nightclub and the Flamingo Club. If, on the other hand, you want to swing your dancing leg, take a detour to the Le Dome discotheque. The bars Papagyo and Zanzibar, on the other hand, are much more dignified and framed by an upscale ambience.
Things to know
Due to the constantly pleasant temperatures, which even in the winter months do not fall below the 20 degree mark, Agadir is an ideal destination for winter refugees from cold Europe. Those who plan a bathing holiday at the African Atlantic coast should book their vacation rental in Agadir for the period between May and November, when the Atlantic reaches a pleasant bathing temperature of up to 23 degrees Celsius.
The name Agadir comes from the Berber language and means as much as granary.
Top 3 travel tips
If you have ever pitched your tents on the edge of the Sahara, then you should actually exchange your vacation rental for a tent for a while and take part in a desert tour from Agadir. A camel ride through the sand dunes of Erg Chebbi provides an optimal desert feeling.Moroccan cuisine
In order to experience the variety of Moroccan cuisine, you should definitely visit the numerous stalls on the souk, where the scent of typical Moroccan specialities blows towards you. Very recommended are the skewers of minced meat (Kefta) grilled over charcoal and the dumplings (Briouats) filled with cheese, meat and vegetables. The culinary excursion is rounded off by a freshly brewed green tea with peppermint leaves (Thé à la menthe).On to the Kabash
Even though the original landmark of Agadir was destroyed by an earthquake in 1960, it is still worth climbing the Stadtberg. Once at the top, not only the faithful reconstruction of the Kabash awaits you, but also a breathtaking view.