All Inclusive Agadir holidays give you Morocco's most beautiful bay
The fact that a direct UK flight has you here in three and a half hours helps Agadir’s appeal even more, while an All Inclusive package ensures that all the modern comforts can be yours.
The town itself is thoughtfully laid out, with a seafront promenade that offers sublime sunset strolls among towering palm trees. Much of the original Agadir was erased during an earthquake several decades ago, yet remnants still remain, a great example being the Kasbah, a 16th century fortress affording splendid views of your surroundings. Those surroundings have plenty to offer too, since Agadir comprises 10 kilometres of almost untouched beach to savour.
Agadir Beach is a great place to start, being both vast and flanked on all sides by cafes and bars. Sunloungers grace the sands at thoughtful interludes, leaving plenty of unspoilt space for some barefoot strolling. While it’s relaxing, you’ll also find areas along the beach that are active, with waterskiing and surfing at sea complemented by camel riding and quad-biking on land.
South of Agadir is Souss Massa National Park, which also contains a gorgeous coastline. Birdwatching here is a must, and the rock formations and great stone arches give a sense of scale that will leave you in awe.
What's included in your holiday
Your All Inclusive break will have you settling into your Agadir adventure with plenty of perks. Meals come as part of your deal, and quite often you’ll get free transfers from the airport to your hotel. You’ll have different perks depending on where and when you’ve booked, so be sure to read the holiday information. As a general rule, you can expect a fair few drinks, both alcoholic and otherwise, as well as perks like gym or spa access to be included in your All Inclusive package.
Other popular holidays in Morocco
If your perspective on Morocco leans more towards exotic spires, bustling souk markets and the fragrance of spices, the old quarter of Marrakech might suit you well. There’s certainly much to appreciate about Agadir though, so check out our Agadir travel guide to help you make your All Inclusive decision, and take a look at our top hotels in the town.
With the beach less than a 10-minute walk away and a stroll to the shops closer to five minutes' walk, this hotel strikes a fine balance between keeping you close to the action and superbly secluded. The colourful pool and its selection of slides makes it a big hit for family breaks, with excellent All Inclusive perks to boot. The restaurant dishes up the finest of international flavours, while the stylish bar has a great selection of beers, cocktails, spirits and wines.
A sprawling hotel complex with its own private access beach on the doorstep, this All Inclusive treat lays on the luxuries. The hotel frequently runs buses to the nearby Golf du Soleil course, while on-site perks include live shows both night and day, together with a great selection of drinks, snacks and ice creams. An immense outdoor pool, as well as one inside, are great for relaxing or splashing around, and the four restaurants mix up Moroccan favourites and Italian classics for diverse flavours.
Exotic style defines every inch of this hotel, whose four pools and beachfront location mean its blue hues complement its abundant greenery. Agadir's town centre is a 10-minute walk away, although the hotel's All Inclusive benefits are plentiful enough that you may never want to leave. Basketball, volleyball and tennis can be enjoyed on a number of sports courts, while massages, spa treatments and gym equipment keep you in peak condition. Competitions and themed evenings let you socialise with your fellow guests, while bicycle hire or horse riding allow you to see the sights in style.