Best Tourist Attractions In Agadir 2019
The Beach of Agadir :
Agadir's extensive 10km of beach is the ideal place to relax, enjoy the sun and enjoy the joys of the seaside with friends or family.
On La Corniche and the Oued Souss you will find restaurants and bars to enjoy the mild climate while having a superb view of the ocean.
The beach of Agadir is one of the few places in the city where the atmosphere is not stifling, thanks to the refreshing sea breeze.
The Crocopark :
A crocodile park in Morocco which is a first. On nearly 4 hectares, this park is home to more than 300 crocodiles and many rare plants in 4 themed gardens.
It is located at the edge of the highway to Marrakech, at the entrance of the capital of Souss.
The park has dining areas, sanitary facilities and rest areas. You can also organise private events in this atypical place by enquiring on the spot.
El Had Souk :
The authenticity of this traditional market perpetuates the heritage of the country's market places. Open every day except Monday.
Behind its adobe ramparts, plunge into a timeless atmosphere and discover a multitude of goods, from the most modern to the most traditional.
It is a very popular souk for locals, national visitors and tourists alike.
It is the largest commercial tourist attraction in Agadir destination and in the whole Region.
Paradise Valley :
North of Agadir, about twenty kilometres away, Paradise Valley is part of the Tamraght River Valley in the Moroccan High Atlas Mountains.
The valley is known for its multitude of rock pools and small waterfalls.
Paradise Valley presents an enchanting landscape like a movie set. It is a small paradise on earth, we recommend you to programme it into your trip to the south of Morocco.
The Kasbah of Agadir :
Overlooking the city and the beach, this fortress culminates at a height of 236 meters. It dominates the ocean on the heights of Oufella.
The Kasbah of Agadir allows you a superb panoramic view of the bay of Agadir, the peaks of the Western High Atlas and the Souss plain.
Taghazout Beach :
Taghazout is known all over the world by surfers as a great spot.
The sun is present all year round, its beach and the mountains of the High Atlas extend over nearly 7 kilometres.
The forest of argan trees that runs alongside it offers visitors the opportunity to discover this rare tree and its argan oil.
The seaside resort itself puts at your disposal prestigious hotels and original wooden bungalows for a comfortable stay.
The Valley of the Birds :
The Valley of the Birds is a 2.5-hectare wildlife park in the centre of Agadir, where rare South American and Asian birds and mammals such as cuffed sheep and monkeys cross paths.
You will first notice the beauty of the place. It is home to a diversity of sublime exotic vegetation including banana trees, magnolia, parkinsonia, bougainvillea, callistemon, and oleander.
But the Valley of the Birds is above all a zoo, known for its multitude of animals.
In addition to different species of birds such as flamingos, damselflies and ducks, the Valley is also home to monkeys, llamas and even kangaroos.
The port of Agadir :
The premier sardine port in the world and number one fishing port in Morocco. The port of Agadir is also a marina where you can find small traditional Moroccan restaurants.
Delicious seafood and fish dishes freshly caught from the port of Agadir are offered for the delectation of fish lovers.
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