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Agadir

About Agadir

Agadir is located at the foothill of the Anti-Atlas Mountains. A picnic to view these majestic natural skyscrapers in the pale morning light is just as what Holidacious plans for your trip, perfection!
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Souks and bazaars
The vibrant colors of Morocco come together at the bazaars and souks of Agadir. Walkthrough the streets and haggle with hawkers to come back with souvenirs for all your friends and family!
Camel rides in the desert
Sit between the humps of a camel as you’re expertly navigated through sands and winds. It’s like a page out of the Arabian Nights.
The Atlas Mountains
Agadir is located at the foothill of the Anti-Atlas Mountains. Plan a picnic to view these majestic natural skyscrapers in the pale morning light.

Why Agadir?

Local guides will explain more about the history of Agadir and the surrounding areas and keep your camera ready for great pics of the beach and city and the obligatory selfie with the camels!
Agadir’s main tourist spots overlook the beach and there is a charming promenade running along the seafront. The new marina has a stylish bar and restaurant scene while more traditional tavernas can be found in the town, just a stone’s throw from the beach. If you’re a sucker for sights, climb to the medieval hilltop fortress of Kasbah and soak up stunning views of Agadir and its golden coastline. Enjoy a stroll around the fortress’ remnants and imagine the scene when Berber tribes roamed the terrain. For those who are adept at riding the waves, head to nearby Taghazout and surf breaks such as Hash Point, Anchor Point and La Source where the waves are a little more challenging.