Agadir and around

Atlantic Agadir, at the mouth of the Souss Valley, is named after a Berber fortified granary. But simple rural life is long forgotten in today's city of nearly 850,000 people that has grown up along the sweeping 9 -km beach. A microclimate of year-round sun and swimming ensures that Agadir receives the largest number of tourists in all Morocco. And while a packaged tourist enclave may not be to everybody's taste, the city does have the advantage of being near some interesting villages and natural sights - as well as having good onward connections.

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