Airport in Agadir is an important component of transportation in Agadir which is an easy proposition. Located in the southern part of Morocco, Agadir is well connected by a variety of modes of transportation. Set on the shore of Atlantic Ocean, Agadir is well frequented by a large number of tourists on various purposes.
The Irresistible joys of sunbathingAgadir Bay is one of the world's most beautiful bays. Boasting 10 km of fine sandy beach stretching beneath cloudless azure blue skies, and enjoying over 300 days of sunshine a year an ideally mild climate; its waters are perfect for safe bathing and for water sports of all kinds. Listen to the sound of the waves, let yourself be borne away by the ocean's rhythm, sleep, dream, work on your suntan, build a sand castle, lie back and rest awhile, or simply do nothing at all… everything around you is an irresistible invitation to experience the world as it should be.
Corniche & Marina AgadirMarina Agadir, the city's new yachting harbour is set in the hollow of the superb palm-tree fringed bay; it has its own Yacht Club and boasts a whole range of accommodation, restaurant, and leisure amenities – all in all, a harmonious blend of tradition and modernity. Agadir Bay only needed one more adornment to bring it to perfection – its splendid new corniche stretches along the coast cafes, pubs, and shops. This Bay is an altogether agreeable way of getting to the beach, a perfect way for an elegant evening stroll, to enjoy the magnificent sight of the sun setting over the bay.
An Invigorating stayAn Atlantic thalassatherapy cure will get you back on top physical form. Agadir's thalassatherapy centres are fully equipped and cures are dispensed by qualified staff, ensuring top-quality care to help you make the utmost of the invigorating virtues of the ocean and its marine milieu – and there's nothing to match algotherapy or hydromassage when it comes to combating the effects of stress. Most of Agadir's major hotels feature luxurious hammams and spas dispensing body and beauty care based on traditional natural products such as argan oil, henna and rhassoul.
Souss Massa ParkThe Souss Massa Park has some remarkable and exceptionally beautiful landscapes in store for visitors, boasting features rarely to be seen side by side elsewhere in nature: coastal cliffs, dunes, luxuriant greenery, areas rich with euphorbia, river mouths, and panoramic views... Visits to the park can centre around two major themes:
- Discovery of Saharan fauna at the Rokein and Arrouais animal reserves.
- Exploration of the Oued Massa estuary, an area of wetlands inhabited by a wealth of birdlife.
Paradise for the palateMoroccan cuisine has its classics and variations by region. In coastal areas such as Agadir, the fish is in the spotlight: monkfish tagine with lemon, sea bream with fennel and celery ... But the cuisine "gadirie" also benefits from Berber products (argan oil, Taliouine saffron, Immouzzer honey, Tafraout almonds) and recipes (Amlou, chicken with honey tagine decorated with almonds and raisins ...). Of course, you always find the inevitable olive oil, spices mixture, without forgetting to mention the mint tea and pastries in Agadir.