Riu Tikida Dunas
You can enjoy much of the beautiful scenery directly from your terrace or balcony at the Riu Tikida Dunas. With its own private beach area, this All Inclusive hotel provides a retreat that is both luxurious and fun. It won’t be long before your cares drift away as you lounge around its large swimming pools, with an array of bars for all-day snacks.
Take a break and enjoy an art workshop, a spa treatment or a spot of tennis on the courts, plus there’s lots of sports to try, from beach volleyball to water polo. Even the children will be entertained with their own kids’ club. In the evening, there’s delicious international, Asian or Moroccan cuisine from four restaurants with live shows that everyone can enjoy.
Overview of Agadir
One of the larger cities in Morocco, Agadir is a modern resort surrounded by the Little Atlas Mountains, the Sahara Desert and national parks. Home to chic marina restaurants, the Kasbah Mosque and traditional Berber villages, you’ll find Agadir also has beautiful beaches and a rich history.
Wandering around the spacious streets, palm-lined boulevards and bright white buildings of Agadir, you’ll soon realise why many head here for their holiday to Morocco.
It has warm sunshine practically all year, and everyone enjoys its huge, golden sweep of a beach, range of golf courses and lively, atmospheric promenade. Being so close to the Anti-Atlas Mountains and the Sahara, Agadir is also a great base for exploring some of Morocco’s outstanding natural landscapes.
Things to do in Agadir
If you fancy finding out more about the city’s art and history, check out Musée d’Art Berbère. Musée Municipal de Agadir has art exhibits that showcase the region’s culture, heritage and history.
Not far along the coast, the fishing village of Taghazout has a great bo-ho feel and world-famous surfing. Explore the coast’s beaches at Tamaounza, Imouran, Bouyirdn and Aghroud.
For an exciting family day out, visit the Valée des Oiseaux, a charming bird park, or have a picnic at one of Agadir’s peaceful inner-city parks like Jardin Olhao or the Jardin Ibn Zaidoun.
Agadir is ideal for experiencing true Moroccan culture. Unlike Marrakech and Casablanca, it’s less crowded, and its golden sands and buzzing souks make it a fantastic holiday escape.