What our Agadir guests say
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Stayed 6—8 Oct 2014 in:
Appartement De Vacances (Bord De...
A great place with beautiful decoration. Lovely wooden furniture, an excellent kitchen with quality equipment and the pool is wonderful at the end of the day. N
Stayed 24—27 Apr 2014 in:
Luxueux Appartement Avec Piscine...
Excellent apartment, clean and friendly host Maria and Abdul very helpful, quite apartment and it was as advertised very good, 10 minutes from beach, there
Stayed 12—19 Apr 2014 in:
Le Séjour Agréable
it was a very nice appartment ,everything was well and we feld very comfortable there.
Stayed 25 Mar—10 Apr 2014 in:
Appartement De Lux Avec Picine ...
A popular beach resort, Agadir lies on the east coast of Morocco. With 10km of sandy beaches and around 300 days of glorious sunshine each year, it’s easy to see why Agadir attracts tourists looking for a healthy dose of sun, sea and sand. Destroyed by an earthquake in 1960, Agadir is very much a modern city. However, the oldest remnant of pre-earthquake Agadir is the 16th century Kasbah, offering incredible 360 degree views of the city. You can also get a sense of the past at the Musée du Patrimoine Amazigh, home to an impressive collection of Berber artefacts. For a dose of contemporary glamour, head to the new marina, where gleaming yachts bob alongside sleek boardwalk cafes and boutiques. If you’d rather be on the sea, rather than looking at it, consider hiring a catamaran and skipper for a cruise around the harbor. If all that sea air has worked up an appetite, join the locals at one of the fish stalls lining the port, or perhaps a plate of skewers under the shadow of the Loubnan mosque at Le Sésame. Plus, if you choose self-catering Agadir accommodation, you can also take full advantage of the gorgeous gourmet delights on offer at Souq al-Had. Here, stock up on gleaming piles of produce, which will not only save you money on dining out, but give a true taste of local Agadir life.
When to go to Agadir
Agadir is truly a year round tourist destination. The maximum average temperature never drops between 22°, making an Agadir holiday a great option in any season. If you are visiting in winter, however, be sure to bring warm clothing for night, as the evenings can get a little chilly.
Getting to and around Agadir
Most tourists arrive in Agadir via flights to Agadir-Al Massira Airport. Once in Agadir, the city is easily explored on foot, although there are also plenty of inexpensive taxis available should you tire of walking.
Finding holiday apartments in Agadir
When choosing accommodation in Agadir, villas and apartments offer great, spacious alternatives to more expensive hotels. HouseTrip has a number of Agadir accommodation options, ranging from quality studios and apartments suitable for singles and couples to large villas ideal for families and groups of friends. Whatever your needs, HouseTrip is sure to have the perfect accommodation for your Agadir holiday.
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