Give in to the laid back vibe of Agadir, the most popular destination in southern Morocco. This city has much to offer the beach lover! Laze around on its clean sun-kissed sands, a drink in hand from one of the sea-facing bars. If you choose to step away from the beaches, visit the Souk el-had – a sprawling marketplace where you can find pretty much anything, including spices, jewelry, souvenirs and Morocco’s famous argan oil. Also make time for the Agadir Kasbah – comprising of the ruins of an old fortress atop a hill – for a splendid view of the city. You could also take a camel ride in the vicinity of the Kasbah, or even near the beach. Agadir is known for its moderate climate and attracts plenty of visitors during winter.

 Agadir, the regional capital of the South beyond the Atlas, draws thousands of visitors a year. Its gentle climate, sheltered beach and many hotels make it Morocco’s second tourist city after Marrakech. Having been completely rebuilt in the 1960s after the terrible earthquake that destroyed the city, its wide-open spaces and modernity appeal to many holiday-makers.