Agadir has a very good beach. A wide and long strip of thin white sand, a regular and low surf, no hidden rocks, the only drawback was the persistent fog.
Is it common, or just our bad luck? Anyway, we didn't complain, because staying in the beach was safer than under the burning sun.
Sun tanning was slow, but swimming or playing sports, it was great!
Lovely sandy beach that goes quite a long way along the bay from the Marina - take your own towel and beach umbrella - like we did - or pay 60 dirham a day for a sun lounge to lie on (up in the area near the Marina).
And just lounge around and enjoy the sun and peace on the beach.
When you want you can roam around the Marina and do some shopping, visit the fishmarkets on the other side of the Marina, or grab a coffee at one of the cafes or restaurants that line the road that follows the beachfront until it hits the big hotels that continue on along further.
Agadir has a beautiful broad sandy beach of 10 KM. The beach is very clean. Most of the time there is a nice breeze coming from the Atlantic, so walking along the beach or Rue de la plage is pretty.
At the walking promenade along the beach in the north are many restaurants with terraces and umbrellas. At some places are fenced areas of the beachcafes and hotels. At these places you can hire a deckchair and umbrella.
At some places and some times the beach can be rather crowded. South of Agadir we found almost empty beaches.
If You are in Agadir and you miss the chance to get to the beach, then consider it like you've never been to Agadir. At least, walk along the beach and take a look at the blue Atlantic ocean. If you like water and like to swim, then you are just in the right place. Restaurants and hotels are everywhere near the beach.