Agadir, the Souss-Massa-Draa and the Anti-Atlas regions

The largest hotel park of Morocco owes its popularity to the sandy beaches, sunny all year-round. Agadir, due to its strategic location on the Atlantic Ocean has always stirred ambitions.
The Santa Cruz Cap de Gue, Portuguese fort, built in 1505 and the ancient port of Agadir, built in 1541, by Mohamed Sheikh Saad under the reign of the Saadian, are early testimonials.

The Marina Bay and the no1 sardine harbor in the world

A huge variety of fish and seafood to eat in or take away. Gastronomic restaurants, some with view on the Marina Bay and the Atlantic

The Ahad Souk

An immense enclosure, in which countless shops offer a huge selection of fruits, vegetables, spices, natural health products, clothing and other items or souvenirs you may need. Very cheap!

Within 200 km of Agadir

The Medina of Agadir

A wonderful craft and cultural village in the tradition, the closest to medieval authenticity.
Entrance fee: 40 dh

Kasbat Souss

All regional handicrafts under one roof. More than 40 stores.
Carved wood, marble and glass mosaics, embroidery, jewelers, tanning, pottery, brassware ... etc.

Taghazout 15 km

Most visited village in Morocco. Breathtaking panorama of the Atlantic.
Beautiful beaches, world-famous for surfing.

Imouzzer 60 km

Small town perched at 1160 meters above the sea, known for its beautiful waterfalls. It is the centre of the Amazigh tribes.

Taroudant 70 km

One of the oldest cities of Morocco, protected by 6 km of walls which overlap in 130 towers and 19 corner bastions.
It was an outpost of the Roman army and the capital of the Saadian dynasty.
Taroudant Province which has on its territory, the highest mountain in North Africa, the Jebel Toubkal, 4167 m, is famous for its citrus, argan and olive oil production.

Win-Timdouine 70 km

"The Cave of the Lakes, is the largest cavity of the African continent with more than 19 km of galleries and a 9 km long underground river below the Tasroukht plateau, whose summit rises to 1789 m.

Tiznit 80 km

Strategic crossroads between the mountains, the Atlantic Coast and the Moroccan Sahara, Tiznit has acquired an international reputation for its unique jewelers of semiprecious stones and enamels. It is protected by a 8 meters high enclosure of 7 km, with 66 watchtowers.
The National Park Souss-Massa lies north of the city.

Mirleft 140 km

The paradise for fishermen and surfers is nestled between a fortified hill and the cliffs overlooking the ocean, from which are fished Sar and huge croakers weighing up to 70kg.
From the beaches, dorado, perches, marbles, breams …etc. can also be fished.

Tafraout 170 km

Small Berber town settled in the middle of a circle of pink granite rocks, overlooking a valley colonized with almond trees, offering a magnificent sight, when in bloom.

Essaouira and the Purpuraires islands 175 km

Already a Phoenician presence in the middle of the seventh century BC. Subsequently, a Roman province. In the fourteenth century, Essaouira becomes an important Portuguese trading counter, hence why the archaeological remains and cannons. The port city is also famous for windsurfing and kite surfing, thanks to its powerful winds blowing almost constantly in the bay.

Guelmin 200 km

Gateway to the Sahara, Guelmin is a hub for trade and exchange with the desert nomads. The city hosts the largest camel market of Morocco. Spa in the region of Abaynou and the "White Beach" 30 km away.

Marrakech and the High Atlas region

Marrakech 230 km from Agadir
Imperial City founded in 1062 and capital of various dynasties, Marrakech, surrounded by a 19 km long wall, hosts awesome palaces and mosques, monumental gates, beautiful gardens and magnificent places. More than 40,000 potters, copperware traders, leather workers and other craftsmen practise their talent in 18 different souks.
On the renown Jemaa el Fna place: great atmosphere: musicians, dancers, storytellers, snake charmers… etc.