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Agadir is one of Morocco's pearls. Whatever the season, the sun pours its rays and the city enjoys a pleasant climate that the trade winds soften even more. Above all, its 10-kilometre-long seafront offers tourists magnificent views of the blue ocean as well as the opportunity to indulge in idleness in the best conditions.
The country's main seaside resort, the city with 300 days of sunshine a year, is full of activities. At the water's edge, cafés and restaurants open their doors to introduce you to the local gastronomy and submit their specialities to the informed judgement of your taste buds!
Further into the city, the El Had souk spreads across the streets, displaying its stalls: more than 6,000 shops are open to your curiosity and you will enjoy strolling through this atmosphere animated by the merchants' negotiations. Never idle, the city hosts every summer the Timitar festival dedicated to world music and more specifically to Amazigh music. Open to the ocean and the world, Agadir is an active city where it is good to relax.