AGADIR warps your sense of time.
When rose-colored sunsets illuminate its urban sprawl compound of brick fortifications and powder-white coastline and these all are placed under the rocky cliffs that overhang the High Atlas Mountains, you will feel Agadir pushed you out of direct time-line.
Agadir demands you stay to enjoy its spectacular environment. Be it a room in cheap hotel in Agadir to luxury one all available at Booked.net. Our listings include maps, photos and secure forms.
Whether you've come to Agadir for its natural beauty, cultural splendor or just to slip into another lifestyle, you need to prove you are adaptable to its ardent sun and scorching sand. In fact, its beach strip is a point around which life in Agadir revolves. The beaches in Agadir are very spacious and well-maintained being sheltered from harsh winds compared to other North African Atlantic destinations.
Along with basic activity like tanning your skin lying on sunloungers, at Agadir's coastline you are going to bump into the very heart of the city life from cafes, shops and a set of activities like jet-skis, quad bikes, dune buggies, horse and camel rides and so on.
With stunning beach vistas, palm-lined boulevards and world-class hotels along luxury arranged coastline, Agadir hardly reminds of when it was left in ruins in the 1960s when devastating earthquake smashed the city. Agadir recovered in the late 20th century and today has evolved into a showpiece of progressive Moroccan lifestyle.
After the long recovery the city is open to touring, so its attractions include;
Agadir Kasbah, a great experience to walk straight up to the top from Marina Agadir
Taghazout beach, the most popular sand beach in Agadir
Musée de l’Argan, an introduction to the Eastern lifestyle and traditions
Taff's Diving, a scuba diving center
Before the earthquake Agadir served as a fishing community of 700,000 people on the Atlantic shore. Even centuries after Agadir is still sustained by fishing in the area. Earlier, Agadir faced crisis in 1911 when France took over Morocco and lasted till Morocco won its independence in 1956.
Today Agadir embodies a progressive lifestyle, but its true essence is still traditional. It means that the city is immersed in a very conservative feel, so female travelers are not allowed to wear shorts in the city and non-Muslims can't enter the mosques. On the other hand, Agadir is a very polite city and locals are always ready to hep if you are in trouble.
From its traditional heart to modern appearance, Agadir is a memorable experience with Booked.net.