15 Best Things To Do In Agadir, Morocco

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Believe it or not, Agadir is actually one of Moroccan’s top tourist destinations offering lovely beaches and an amazing range of fun activities to do during the daytime or when the sun goes down. A curious fact about the gorgeous city of Agadir is that it was completely destroyed following a massive earthquake in 1960. Fortunately, the whole city was refurbished, and, actually, we can definitely say that it looks so attractive today that we would not doubt going there for the upcoming summer season. What about you? Are you coming along? To help you plan your trip, here’s a handy list of things to do in Agadir, Morocco.

1. Travel back in time at Memory Agadir Museum

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Your Agadir holiday will not be complete without a visit to the fascinating Memory Agadir Museum. It is a lovely city museum that is found in the beautiful and vibrant area of Jardin d'Olhao. It features exhibits that center on Agadir and the lifestyle in the city before the tragic earthquake that struck it in 1960. It features newspapers that have reports on the devastation that occurred. Besides those, it has old photographs that take visitors back to its past.

Memory Agadir Museum

Address: Avenue Président Kennedy، Ave Des Forces Armees Royales, Agadir 80000, Morocco

Opening hours: Tue - Sun: 9:30am - 5pm (closed on Tue)

Price: 1 USD

2. Take your kids to Agadir Birds Valley

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Visiting the beautiful coastal city of Agadir with your family? If you are bringing the kids along to the Moroccan holiday, be sure to add Agadir Birds Valley to your long list of places to visit. It is a lovely little park that welcomes everyone: locals and tourists. Its main attraction is its wide array of Asian and South American winged animals, but let’s not overlook its fascinating mammals. Agadir Birds Valley’s main centerpiece is its huge aviary fountain where you can see birds resting and enjoying a drink. It has benches where visitors can relax and a play area for kids.

Agadir Birds Valley

Address: Boulevard du 20 Aout, Agadir 80000, Morocco

Opening hours: 11am - 5:30pm (daily)

Price: Free

3. Join a quad biking tour in mini Sahara desert (from USD 49.0)

If you are the type of tourist who is into outdoor activities, especially extreme ones, you will surely be interested in booking this exciting quad biking tour. It includes a convenient hotel pick-up and drop-off. The activity will take place in a suburb in Agadir that has a Sahara-desert characteristic, but a smaller version. Safety equipment is provided by the tour company, and a delicious breakfast is prepared for participants. There’s no need to bring drinks because the agency has it covered.

Quad Biking tour in mini Sahara desert

Duration: 2 hours

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4. Jetski on the Pacific Ocean (from USD 47.0)

If you are more into watersports than adrenaline-boosting land adventures, you might want to check out this jetski tour package by Airbnb. It is an hour-long escapade that will let you experience jet skiing on the waters of the Atlantic Ocean. Equipment and transport services are provided by the travel agency. Before hopping on your jetski, you will be briefed on the dos and don'ts. If it is your first time doing this activity, you will get assistance from a professional, and they will accompany you during the ride.

Memorable JetSki tour on Atlantic Ocean

Duration: 1 hour

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5. Learn how to surf from a local (from USD 32.0)

The coastal city of Agadir has breathtaking beaches, and they are not only perfect for swimming but also for watersports. Besides jet skiing, kayaking, and canoeing, surfing is another exciting water activity you can do in Agadir. If you have no idea how this sport is done, book this package that will surely have you surfing on your own in no time. It is a full-day activity that includes food, drinks, and transport. A professional surfer will teach you the hows and the tricks of the sport until you learn the ropes. The morning will be spent learning, and the afternoon is for showcasing your new talent and playing in the waters by yourself.

Full Day Learn to Surf with a Local

Duration: 6.5 hours

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6. Learn about the local culture at the Museum of Amazigh Culture

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May your long-desired sightseeing tour across Agadir’s top attractions commence right away! Indeed, is there a finer way to kick off your walking tour through the Moroccan City than with a lovely visit to the noteworthy Museum of Amazigh Culture? Probably not. Then come around and dig deep into the city’s unique history enriched with exceptional artifacts and exhibits revealing the city’s cultural development and foundation.

Enter the unique museum: the prominent Berber Museum displays wide collections of Berber objects alongside the curious Islamic art and its origins.

Berber Museum

Address: Rue Yves Saint Laurent, Marrakech, Morocco

Website: Berber Museum

7. Explore Massa River

Source: Photo by Wikimedia Commons user JP.Neri used under CC BY-SA 3.0

Would you like to engage in exclusive river adventures and make the most of your exciting and exotic holiday in Morocco? Don’t be too shy to partake in the thrilling Massa River Tours! Come around and bring a friend along - it’s time to spike up those crazy adrenaline levels and exit the comfort zone! Don’t limit yourself since this is the perfect outdoor activity for you: keep in mind that this memorable experience won’t be that much fun without you.

Have fun: hop on board and make the most of your Moroccan tour thanks to the Massa River trips!

Massa River Tours

Address: Boulevard Mohamed 5, Hotel Transatlantic Fondation Hassan 2, Agadir 80010, Morocco

Website: Massa River Tours

8. Stop by the exceptional Majorelle Garden

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Posted by Le Jardin Majorelle on Thursday, 29 January 2015

Dear travelers, you have no idea how welcome you are at the Majorelle Botanical Garden, located in Rue Yves Saint Laurent, Agadir! With its extraordinary and mind-blowing scenery, the attractive Majorelle Garden will certainly take your breath away upon entering. Considered an exceptional city feature and a wonderful spot for leisure and repose, the magical garden genuinely looks like it was born our of a fairy tale.

Fall in love with its beauty: Note that the Jardin Majorelle Botanical Garden is a creation by a talented French painter - it took him about 40 years to come up with the lustrous image of one of the most famous recreational areas in Morocco.

Majorelle Garden

Address: Rue Yves Saint Laurent، Marrakesh 40090, Morocco

Website: Majorelle Garden

9. Visit the historic site of Kasbah

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Posted by La Kasbah - Agadir on Friday, 10 April 2015

Referred to as a great symbolical tourist spot in and around the shiny Moroccan City, Kasbah is indeed a significant landmark that’s certainly worth exploring, at least once in a lifetime. Situated about 7 km (4.3 miles) away from the city center, the historic site of Kasbah offers compelling stories and curious facts about its grand past. Its area used to house more than 300 people back in the day and we can definitely point at Kasbah as a survivor of the massive earthquake back in 1960, which led to catastrophic results.

Explore Kasbah: apart from its epic history, the site of Kasbah features quite superb views which couldn’t be seen anywhere else.


Address: Agadir, Morocco

10. Tour the unique Crocopark

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Posted by CrocoParc Agadir on Friday, 19 May 2017

Well, Crocopark can only be depicted as a unique experience which will totally make you want to return to the lovely city of Agadir over and over again. Frankly, exploring Crocopark is nothing but a memorable adventure that any tourist will remember all their life. Originally founded as a conservation project, the lovely Crocopark houses a wide variety of Nile crocodiles you’d certainly want to see while being around.

Meet Nile crocodiles: don’t be afraid, Crocopark may be quite different and exceptional but it’s totally safe for visitors. Have fun meeting numerous Nile crocodiles!


Address: 80046 Drarga, Agadir, Morocco

Website: Crocopark

11. Wander around Agadir City Center

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While jumping from one attraction to another in the gorgeous and exotic city of Agadir, don’t miss the chance to explore the city center itself! Keep in mind that the Agadir City center is an essential core where tourists may explore the exceptional destination at great length. Alongside its modern central parts, Agadir also excites with its numerous monuments of significant symbolical and cultural importance to all locals.

Welcome to the city center: don’t forget to stroll along the city’s streets and stop by the modern central core of the city. Enjoy it!

Agadir City center

Address: Agadir, Morocco

Website: Agadir City center

12. Stroll along the Seafront Promenade

Beach, Agadir, Morocco
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Oh, the gorgeous Seafront Promenade in Agadir! Have you gotten the chance to take a lovely walk along the shiny beach line? No? Then what are you waiting for? Call your best pal and hop on board for an amazing stroll which will help you forget about all your daily problems and worries. While enjoying your Seafront Promenade experience, you may notice that it has a striking resemblance of the Canary Islands which actually served as a source of inspiration for its creation.

Inspired by Canary Islands: generally, Agadir makes you feel like you’ve hit two birds with one stone: you get to see a bit of the Canary Islands and the fabulous Moroccan City. Nice, huh?

Seafront Promenade

Address: Agadir 80001, Morocco

Website: Seafront Promenade

13. Enjoy the sun at Agadir Beach

Kasbah Agadir
Source: Photo by Wikimedia Commons user Haakon S. Krohn used under CC BY-SA 3.0

If you ask around, you’d certainly hear nothing but praiseful words about the gorgeous beaches within the shiny city of Agadir, Morocco. After all, this lovely Moroccan City is no stranger to exotic experiences combined with refreshing maritime adventures as well! The Moroccan coastal resort houses some of the cleanest and most spacious beaches in general. So why not come along and enjoy surfing the waves?

Explore Agadir’s beaches: the city’s beaches are surf-friendly, and honestly, the Moroccan life revolves around the beach experiences to a great extent. Enjoy it!

Agadir Beach

Address: Agadir Maroc, Agadir 80090, Morocco

14. Go shopping at Souk El Had d'Agadir

Hats in Marrakesh market
Source: Photo by Wikimedia Commons user Feliciano Guimarães used under CC BY 2.0

Do you love shopping? Well, just in case you’re a shopping maniac, ironically said, then you’d definitely adore our next idea for your sightseeing tour. While jumping from one landmark to another, make sure to stop by the locally famous shopping center, which is actually a traditional Arabic market place. Indeed, you can buy many curious and symbolical souvenirs alongside fresh homegrown veggies and fruits at the Souk El Had d'Agadir

Shopping is nice: It’s like the marketplace of organic and bio products! Besides, it’s much cheaper around here!

Souk El Had d'Agadir

Address: Rue 2 Mars, Agadir 80090, Morocco

15. Venture into Paradise Valley

Agadir Paradise Valley
Source: Photo by Wikimedia Commons user Oussama Lahbari used under CC BY-SA 4.0

Dear travelers, you’ve just entered the doors to Heaven itself! The Paradise Valley does really look like a part of heaven has been stolen and put right into the Tamraght River Valley in Agadir! Roaming about such a splendid area definitely feels like the most exciting experience ever! Come around and lose yourself in its greatness and charismatic nature!

Agadir’s Paradise Valley: With this in mind, Agadir has certainly become our top favorite place for any summer vacation! What about you?

Paradise Valley

Address: Tamraght River Valley, Agadir, Morocco

Fall in love with the splendid Agadir

With so many gorgeous and mysterious spots in and around the charismatic city of Agadir, there’s absolutely no way to feel bored or displeased with it under any circumstances! From symbolic landmarks and museums, to lovely walk promenades and exotic valleys, Agadir, Morocco has totally proved itself as a pretty stunning place and a wonderful tourist resort. Do you agree?

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