Beach Club

PO Box 310, Agadir, 80000, Morocco

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Nightlife for young people

by Wondagirl about Flamingo (at Agadir Beach Club)

We went to about 6-7 nightclubs (probably all of them!) but "Flamingo" was definitely the best one! It's very local and huge! But it's also a bit glamorous and trendy without breakneck prices. Inside there's a dancefloor, surrounded of a pool with a fountain. You can sit down and have a nice cocktail (rare in Agadir!!). There's really crowded at saturdays, when the inhabitants of Agadir comes. They play RnB, dance music and trance. Well, as they play RnB there's a lot of hiphopers in sneakers! So I'd say no dress code...

the best seafood restaurant

by stephan01 about Agadir Restaurant Pizzaria Le Nil Bleu

it's a retau in front of agadir beach; u can view the sun set, really romantic :). the ambience start at night with the local music and the oriental dance... the pizza and sea food are so good with a good qualite... the stuff also. all food it's so good, but i prefer a lot Lobster grilled, it's so sweet; also try to eat the Tajin, it's a local dish.

Sandy Camels

by matcrazy1

Look what young navives create from sand at Agadir beach. You do not need to pay them for looking at the sandy camels or even for taking pictures but they surely wold like you to do it haha :-). I did it once (ca $1) and I was immediatelly asked with a smile to pay more :-). I did, $1 again :-). And each day the two guys welcomed me with a smile and warm "hello".

Local beachlife in Agadir

by sachara

The last weekend in Agadir I visited the northern end of the Agadir beach (zone 1), close to the corniche with the restaurants. Unlike in the hazy mornings when I walked along almost empty beaches earlier in the week, it was now in the afternoons very lively and at sunday even very crowded.

I am not patient enough to lay down at the beach for a whole day, but one hour or so is OK for me. So I did at saturday and sunday. I sat at the crowded beach between the Morroccan families, youngsters and kids, who were enjoying the beachlife. From my part I liked the late afternoon sun, the seabreeze and the view at the local beachlife. It was so much more fun and interesting here than in the parts of the beach with the sunbeds close to the hotels with all the tourists from abroad.

Agadir,Beach City !

by khalid_2

"Agadir,The City of Tourists !"

Agadir is very different from any other city in Morocco. Built next to a tragedy – the earthquake of 1961 that killed 15,000 – it exhibits a totally different city culture and architecture from the rest of the country.

Agadir was, and continued to be a favourite tourist destination. So it is no wonder that it was the needs of tourists which more than any other thing made the street wide and straight, houses low and minimalistic and which placed hotels between the city and the beach.

Some people hate Agadir because there is very little that happens automatically here, while others find it all very attractive. One thing is definatly true: for every year that pass, streets become more and more lively, and more and more Moroccan elements move in where minimalist white houses before have dominated.


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Forum Posts


by TAS123

Are there any smaller beaches near to Agadir, We are coming to Agadir in 3 weeks and love getting around to see the different quieter beaches. Also,is there a larger uk style supermarket as we are staying self catering.

RE: Beaches

by khattabi_eg

Hello. It's summer and even quiet beaches don't become quiet anymore..hahahah..anyway, there's a private beach that belongs to the Agadir Beach Hotel, you pay something like 30 or 50 Dirhams I geuss and you can then enjoy your quiet beach. For large supermarkets there are Marjan and metro, but I recommand Marjan, near the royal palace on the road to Inzegan. A small orange taxi can take you there for a very small fare.
Hope you have a good time,

RE: Beaches

by grovier

go to Essaouira, but the ocean is cold...


by omarerraji

hi i am omar 24 i live in agadir ofcourse it would be a good decision to come here the city is so beautifull there are many places woth visiting anyway contact me if u wanna know more about the city why not to be ur guide ofcourse a free guide this is my msn addy are many otehr beahces far from the city like tagazout imourane like aglou................


by cymruambyth7

Is it easy to hire a surfboard in agadir? and what type of boards are they?

Re: surfign

by john9159

Most travellers take their own surfboards to be safe, I cannot vouch for the condition of any that are hired out. There is not a strong belief in such things as insurance or health and safety here.
Agadir’s coastline has some of the world’s best surf spots such as Anchor Point, Boilers and Killers. Reefs with very long right handers and excellent beach breaks for all levels, from total beginners to experts.
Agadir beach itself is not ideal but a few kilometres north of Agadir lies the fishing village and surfing Mecca of Taghazout. Although Taghazout has become a surfer hideaway, the village still lives according to the local tradition. Much of the activities are related to tourism and there are many restaurants and shops around geared to travellers.
There is an excellent Surfcamp near Taghazout in Tamrhakht, open all year, all inclusive and for all levels, offering guided tours to the best spots in the area while providing surf classes for beginners. Instructors speak perfect English, French and Spanish. They have French Federation and Lifeguard diplomas.
Another 20 minutes up the coast there are long stretches of beach in Tamri that pick up most swell when all the other spots are flat. Getting in and out of the water is hard, since there are lots of very sharp rocks (Rating 5.5).
Further north you can probably find more breaks, but finding access to them is the hardest bit. South of Essaouira are some more surf spots but they are often blown out.
The beaches of Agadir can occasionally be good, but water quality is questionable.


by pumpkinn_juice

Hi I am intersted in travelling to Morroco In may next year, possiby to agadir and marrakech, could someone advise me of the temperature and also, can women/men swim on agadir beach ?

Re: beaches

by tiger9090a


Yes, women + men can swim on Agadir beach, i.e., there's no ban against mixed swimming or anything like that if that was the intent of your question. Both sexes use the same beaches. The only minor problem is that the current can be pretty strong sometimes and 'real' swimming will be difficult. Most hotels have nice swimming pools for that purpose.

Agadir's climate is pretty good year-round. In May it should be nice too, certainly not much rain. Precipitation is more likely in Marrakech. Marrakech is a must-see when you are in Morocco. Agadir is great for a beach vacation and is also a good starting point to explore Southern Morocco. I'm sure you'll enjoy your trip.

See also:

go to the 'weather history' section

Re: Re: beaches

by pumpkinn_juice

Hi thanks for that. Do you pethaps also know of a train or bus service (preferably train) from agadir to marrakech, how much this costs and whether it is prebookable?
Sorry about all the questions...



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