Unmissable Attractions in Agadir

Camel surveys the scenery in Agadir | © libargutxi / Flickr
Camel surveys the scenery in Agadir | © libargutxi / Flickr
Photo of Bryony Hatherley
4 September 2021

Located in southern Morocco, Agadir is a popular summer playground. There are plenty of excellent places to eat, drink and sleep in this seaside resort with a decidedly European feel.

Want to sit back and let someone else do all the planning for you? Then book Culture Trip’s six-day group adventure where you’ll get to hike the Atlas Mountains and stop off at a traditional Berber village.

Agadir Medina

Museum
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n the medina of the african port city of agadir
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Also referred to as the New Medina, Agadir Medina was created by Coco Pollizi, a Moroccan-born Italian artist. Be transported back to times gone by as you stroll through the alleyways of the reconstructed medina along the tall walls built from sand-coloured stone. Shopkeepers sell an array of wares and you can watch artisans at work.

Paradise Valley

Natural Feature
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Ravine in the lower Atlas Mountains near Agadir, known as, and marketed under the name, Paradise Valley, Morocco, North West Africa.
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Located just a short distance from the heart of Agadir, the scenic Paradise Valley is a top place for hiking, sunbathing, swimming and relaxing. Emerald-coloured waters sparkle beneath dramatic red-orange rocks and small Berber villages dot the surrounding countryside.

These recommendations were updated on September 4, 2021 to keep your travel plans fresh.

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