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Legzira Beach 1-Day Excursion from Agadir
"We start at 8am from Agadir to Legzira one of the most amazing places in the world new place for you to discover. When you see Legzira the ocean and the opportunity to spend the entire afternoon enjoying the beach and walking along the coastline you will be excited. Lunch in Legzira to spend enough time to enjoy the place you will take hours taking beautiful pictures and enjoying looking at waves. Then go back by tiznit the visit the city and heading back to Agadir."""
From EUR55.00
 
Aït Mansour Gorges and Tafraout Day Trip from Agadir
"Depart from your hotel in Agadir around 7am and continue driving on to the Col de Kerdous to 1100 m! At the village level Jemaa Ida Oussemlal take the detour to the village Izerbi then visit the famous gorges of Ait Mansour! Start with the magnificent pa then continue to the end of the grooves and see extraordinary landscapes!Lunch in Tafraout! (Meals not included in the price - payable directly on site) After lunch cross a spectacular mountain site (exceptional period in January / February when the almond trees are in bloom) there are beautiful unique and picturesque scenery where you will also be entitled to abnormal shapes strange amazing and pretty Granit Rose rounds and hung feet and mountain peaks! Hit the road back to Agadir via the Kasbah Ait Baha Tizorgane and arrive in your hotel around 7pm.""""Ait Mansour Gorges
From EUR60.00
 
Agadir 2-Hour Camel Ride
"Enjoy a 2 hour camel ride around the Amodou Ranch along the 6 kilometre long sandy beach and up the trails into the mountains where you can admire the breathtaking views. In the evening you can linger in your saddle and watch the beautiful sunset.Enjoy galloping along the sand and trekking into the mountains following ancient trails along river banks for a memorable and either on the beach or in the mountains and given the appropriate camel for your level. After the ride you can enjoy mint tea back at the ranch."""
From EUR36.00

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La Milanese Pizzeria

A place busy with locals is always a good giveaway to a place being good! Weve returned here a number of times now and it has been reliably good each time - so this is one of those places that make a...
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El Petit Quai

We tried this restaurant when usually we go to the Milanese next door - the menu we could see was a bit more expensive but we thought not by much so ordered.- The mixed seafood grill that is 55 dirham...
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La Tour De Paris

Lovely little restaurant that shouldnt be missed, the staff where fabulous and the food was amazing, even the wine wasnt bad and thats always a bonus in Agadir lol Try the chiken pastilla, spaghetti...
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Daffys

You just have to go to Daffy's restaurant, Look for the Sud Bahia hotel and its at the back of the hotel, the food is amazing and cheap as chips, the owner is fabulous and nothing is too much trouble...
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Number 26 at the Fishmarket

We love fish and whenever near the sea in Morocco would go have a fish meal - the Agadir fishmarket was a frequented favourite for both fish and as a light on the wallet place to eat.For only 35...
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Nice restaurant

A beautiful restaurant real Moroccan style. But the staff wasnt so poligth because they didn´t know so much english. But the surroundings were really nice and cozy. We orderd pork but I dont know what...
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English Pub

There are so many bars and restaurants in Agadir, that you can't visit them all. Usually I go to the Moroccan ones or at least the ones with a Moroccan touch. But when we visited Agadir in january...
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Beach resturant

International and lokal food, on the beachwalk, wiew over the ocean. We just wanted to refresh ourselvs but when i saw that they have Camel meat, i just had to try it. It tasted like........ I wont...
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'La Fontaine' and 'La Tour de Babel'

Where the Passage Ait Souss (with the municipal museum) connects with the Boulevard Hassan II is a square with a fountain. Here I visited two restaurants 'La Fontaine' and 'La Tour de Babel' (picture...
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La Verandah

Café La Verandah looks like a Parisian style café. It is situated at the corner of a street with a huge covered terrace in front (picture 1 & 2). I had the intention to have my breakfast here or a...
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Several restaurants in New Talborjt

During my last stay in Agadir I stayed in Nouveau Talborjt, a few blocks north-east of the Central Market. They told me it's a good area to eat Morroccan food. There are several restaurants along the...
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Chez Omar

On our way to the Paradise Valley in the mountains nort of Agadir we made a stop by the fruitstall of Chez Oman. Aziz, our guiding friend knew the place, so he took us the narrow path down to the...
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Le Nil Blue

At the corniche at the northwestern part of the beach are several restaurants with terraces looking out at the beach and ocean. During the years I visited several of those terraces for a drink, snack...
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Resto Laayoune

My first day in Agadir my VT-friends said to me, "you havent been in Agadir, if you havent eaten fish". So they took me to one of the open air fish restaurants close to the port. It was a lifely...
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Top Hotels in Agadir

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Boulevard 20 aout, Agadir, BP 808, Morocco
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BP 226, Cite Founty P4, Baie des Palmiers, Commune de Bensergao, Agadir, 80007, Morocco
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Cite Founty - BP No 1039, Agadir, 80 000, Morocco
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Chemin des Dunes, BP 320, Agadir, 80000, Morocco
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Boulevard Mohammed V, BP 339, Agadir, 80000, Morocco
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Lot 3 Founty, PO Box 310, Agadir, 80000, Morocco
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Top Things to Do in Agadir

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Kasbah

Ruins of fortress that lies on a mountain above the city of Agadir. The word KASBAH is in arabic an means fortress. It was built in the 1500-century but was destroyed in the big earthquake in 1960....
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Bird Valley

This park is reasonable to walk through and it has goats and other animals to be seen. The only major draw back for me is the pitiful sight of an adult Barbary Macaque which is now alone since it's...
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Amazighe Heritage Museum

At the groundflour of the Municipal Amazighe heritage museum is a hall for temporary exhibitions of contemporary art. During my visit in summer 2007 there was an exhibition of the work of a local...
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Jardim de Olhao

In the southwest corner of the Jardim de Olhao is a small museum dedicated to the earthquake of 1960. I red that some pictures of old Agadir are displayed here. To visit this museum on my way from the...
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Souq El-Had

If you are a market addict like me, you may have a lot to explore at the stalls of the Souq al-Had. So I found at this marketstall boxes with all kind of different stuff from haberdashery, plastics,...
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Beach

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,...
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