Agadir: Attractions and more...
Not much is left of the old city, thought a trip to the Kasbah offers a stunning view of Agadir. The Souq-Rue ben Brahim is a walled marketplace, where you can catch some traditional African market action.
Ancienne Talborjt is a memorial for those killed in the 1960 earthquake. A small mosque and a memorial garden provide a sombre setting.
You can enjoy a bit of bird spotting at The Valley of the Birds. The Jardim de Olhao is a landscaped garden and playground.
Drenched in sunshine all year, the city offers activities like sailing, wind surfing, horse-riding, tennis, and golf.
The Honey Festival in Agadir at Argana is a yearly event. These historic beehives are said to be the largest collective site in the world.
The annual Timitar Festival is a lively and colourful celebration of Berber culture.
Those interested in some local Moroccan cuisine should head to the Nouvelle Talbortj and indulge in the local delicacies.