Exploring Agadir: Sun, Sand And Sightseeing In Morocco’s City By The Sea

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Written by James Bainbridge

Fifty years after Agadir was levelled by an earthquake, the dependably sunny resort is moving upmarket, with luxurious beachfront hotels and a gleaming marina. Its concrete boulevards and tacky Irish pubs remain, but the sandy crescent beach, excellent facilities and regular flights from Europe make it a great base for families in particular. The following are Agadir’s best sights, activities, hotels, restaurants and day trips, from the 16th-century Kasbah to the Berber souk.

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