Pearl of the South Moroccan
Southern capital and largest fishing port of Morocco, Agadir owes its current fame to its extraordinary range of more than 6km of fine golden sand, and its 300 days of sunshine per year. Its modern international airport makes a site accessible by the world.
Agadir is a city in southwestern Morocco, located on the Atlantic coast 508 km south of Casablanca, 173 km of Essaouira, via the A7 motorway and 235 km west of Marrakech, in the region of Souss. Agadir is the capital of the administrative region of Souss-Massa-Draa and seat of the Agadir Ida Outanane Prefecture.
Agadir has about 700,000 inhabitants, the largest Agadir meanwhile, has more than 850,000 inhabitants. The city is one of the main urban centers of Morocco, the population density is quite high.
Devastated by an earthquake in 1960, the city has been completely rebuilt, is now one of the largest resorts in Morocco where many tourists come, attracted by an exceptionally mild climate throughout the year.
Rebuilt away from areas at risk, with seismic methods, Agadir is a welcoming white city, flowery relaxing gardens, which rise sculptural and monumental buildings such as the Casbah still reflects the glorious past of the city.
Other units, the climate of the city is another advantage: Winter is cool and humid with a temperature of 25 ° C during this period! Summer is cooler and the temperature crosses 25 ° C and 30 ° C.
The surroundings of the city are the steps to discover the history and Berber traditions, including Tiznit, Taroudant and Tafraout.