Agadir is the largest seaside resort in -and has the premier fishing port of Morocco. Agadir was destroyed by an earthquake in 1960 and the city has been completely rebuilt. The old casbah still stands and is worth a visit: the view is exceptional over the bay of Agadir and the ports.
Agadir is a short distance away (19 km) from Taghazout and in easy reach by car or bus. If you prefer to travel independently, then you can journey by bus from Taghazout directly to the Souk, and then take a petit taxi from the Souk to the boulevard.
If you wish we can organise a guide to show you around the best that Agadir has to offer.
In the stunning Souk to explore everything from spices to gifts. Get into the action and haggle yourself a bargain. On request a guide can assist you and help you with making purchasing and showing directions. When you’re done then find a shady café and sip on a refreshing mint tea.
Visit the new Medina and take a stroll along the boulevard. In the evening find a great restaurant (of which there are plenty) and sample some authentic cuisine. Maybe check out some of the crazy nightlife that Agadir has to offer. If you fancy a spot of nightlife, then there is plenty to be found along the Boulevard du 20 Aout.
East of Agadir you’ll find the ancient mud walled town of Taroudant, in case you wish to stretch your trip a bit further.