Agadir boasts of sunshine all the year around and of six miles of glittering beaches. The city is often termed as the Miami of Morocco and features wonderful restaurants, golf courses, beaches and several water sports. The city has been named after the 16th century fortress located on the hilltop on the northern end of the city. The city has wide streets lined with trees and buildings with modern architecture. A walk through the central city gives visitors an insight into the everyday life of the locals.
The Museum Municipal Amazighfeatures artifacts depicting the culture and traditions of the Berbers. The Agadir Beach is the main attraction in the city. The beach is crescent-shaped and has several spots good for surfing like Devils Rock, Imesouane Bay and Ankhor Point. The Kasbah has fortified walls and was built during the 16th century. Located on a hilltop the Kasbah makes an excellent place to visit.
There is a big souk in the city which is good for shopping. The Marché central has several shops where visitors can find some traditional items. The best things to buy in Agadir are leather goods, ceramics, hand crafted items, etc.
Agadir is served by the Agadir-Al Massira Airport. The airport caters to domestic as well as international flights. Visitors can get taxis and buses from the airport to the city. A one-way taxi to the city costs around 200dh during the day and 300dh during the night.
Finding halal food in Agadir is not difficult. There are numerous halal restaurants in Agadir where visitors can dine. Some good halal restaurants in Agadir include Mezzo Mezzo, Chiche Kebab, Restaurant Côté Court, Mimi La Brochette, the Fish Stalls, etc.
There are several mosques in Agadir. The best known mosques in Agadir include Mosquée Omar Ibno Alkhatab, Mosquée Mohamed V, Mosquee Al Fath, Mosquée du Liban, Al Masjid Al Kabir, Masjid Al Qods, etc.