Agadir Holidays 2024/2025

This contemporary resort in Morocco offers modern hotels, a long promenade, an elegant marina and boulevards lined with boutiques, open-air cafes and restaurants. All of this is centred around a fantastic stretch of golden sand that goes on for 10 kilometres with plenty of amenities, making holidays to Agadir the perfect choice for relaxation.

Agadir’s warm temperatures all year round make it a popular choice for a budget break and a place to escape those winter blues. Soak up the atmosphere of a souk, take strolls along the promenade or taste delicious new dishes, however you holiday best, do it without breaking the bank and browse our cheap Agadir holidays.

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Enjoy the atmosphere and attractions

Agadir is a compact city in the foothills of Morocco’s Anti-Atlas Mountains. Its impressive sandy beach, exciting promenade, smart piazzas, and many boutiques and dining opportunities are all within walking distance from each other, making cheap Agadir holidays an ideal choice for all.

It’s not hard to see why Agadir is so popular all year-round with an incredible 360 days of sunshine a year! The summers are hot, at 26°C plus in July, and winter average temperatures only dip down to 15°C. Thanks to the Atlantic breeze tempering the summer heat, it never gets too hot. Imagine lazing on the beach, basking in the sun knowing it’s grey and raining back home, plus, you’re getting a good deal, and avoiding the crowds – pretty good, right?

Holidays in Agadir

A modern Moroccan resort

An earthquake in the 1960s meant Agadir needed to be completely rebuilt, providing an exciting opportunity to turn this area into a place that is dedicated to tourists keen for holidays to Agadir. Contemporary architecture has been used to create a modern and welcoming environment, with clean, elegant buildings centred around the most popular attraction – the stunning bay of Agadir.

The tourist centre is a small area that can be easily explored on foot. Mill around elegant piazzas, along the seafront promenade or the avenues lined with olive and palm trees. This is also where many of the area’s restaurants and shops lie.

Alternatively, there are plenty of open-air cafes, boutiques and dining options at the glamorous marina too. Known as the icon of luxury in Agadir, the marina is a decadent place to be to stroll trhough or dine in, looking out across the beautiful boats and yachts of Morocco’s upper class. One of the most popular restaurants here is 33 Yacht, where diners are invited to take a seat on the large terraced area to watch the world go by, while they tuck into a delicious seafood dish.

Beach life

Agadir is a popular resort that’s most famous for its 10-kilometre golden beach. A range of high-end and family-focused hotels straddle this sandy Atlantic coastline – perfect if you’re planning an All Inclusive holiday in Agadir– as does a promenade brimming with cafes and restaurants. Many of the luxury hotels located along the shore have their own private stretch of beach, but this still leaves plenty of space and amenities for everyone to utilise.

If you’re looking to venture a bit further out, in just a 20 minutes drive you’ll arrive at Taghazout Beach – popular for surfers and yoga enthusiasts. It’s particularly laid back here, just a vast stretch of golden sands where you can soak up the tranquil atmosphere and beach the way you want.

Whichever beach you choose, it’s a dreamy way to spend those low or no spend days, simply pack up a picnic and hit the sand and your cheap holiday to Agadir will be as blissful as can be.

Panoramic views from the Kasbah

On the brow of a hill near the port, sits the ancient ruins of a 16th-century Kasbah – or fortress. Make your way up to the top and explore this historical area. This is a lovely spot from which to enjoy the stunning landscape, with the Atlas mountains on one side and the city and ocean on the other. Head there as dusk begins to fall and you can watch the sun set over the Atlantic. An escorted tour of the area will take in the Kasbah, the port area and Agadir Mosque, plus the town’s bustling souk – the third largest in North Africa. You can find a wide range of tours on offer for your adventures – be sure to shop around for the best deal possible.

You could even see yourself on a 4×4 adventure to and around the Atlas Mountains, or even an excursion into the Sahara Desert. There’s plenty to do in Agadir, for the history buffs, culture vultures and those looking for a good view.

Step back in time at Medina d’Agadir

Just outside of Agadir you’ll find Medina d’Agadir, which is a reproduction of the original Berber Medina. It’s a sprawling area that depicts the lifestyle of the Berber community – one of the oldest in Morocco. Traditional-style buildings made from brick and stone have been sympathetically built here.

This area is also home to many artisans, who you can see at work making and selling their products. It’s worth visiting the Medina on your Agadir holidays for the architecture and atmosphere alone, but perhaps you’ll come away with some unique local goods for your family back home.

Otherwise, enjoy a trip to nearby Taroudant in the Sousse Valley. Also known as Little Marrakech, this walled city is an original Berber town exuding an aura of mysticism. Once there, you can visit the souk, buy some handmade crafts and enjoy a mint tea in a local cafe.

Agadir is a magical place with much alluring charm, so be sure to do your research before you arrive so you can build out the best holiday itinerary possible and make the most of a cheap holiday to Agadir.