Central Market: the Souk (also called Souk Elhed) is one of the largest in the Maghreb and is a spectacle of colours, aromas and flavours. Fruit, vegetables, meat, fish but also decorative items, souvenirs and clothes. Don't forget that haggling is almost obligatory.
Town Hall and surroundings: Agadir's Town Hall is a modern building built in the 1960s. A terrible earthquake completely destroyed the historic centre of the city at the beginning of that decade and the government decided to build a new city oriented, as mentioned above, to leisure and tourism. The Wall of Remembrance was built to commemorate the tragedy, in front of the Town Hall.
Mohammed V Mosque: You can't visit the interior but it is still worth a visit to the Nouveau Talborjt neighbourhood to see it. It is the largest mosque in the city.
Olhao Garden: a green lung in the heart of the city centre. It is very pleasant to stroll in the shade of its trees and have lunch in the restaurant that occupies a privileged corner of the garden.
Agadir Beach: Its more than six kilometres of fine sand and practically still waters make it one of the obligatory stops. It has all kinds of services such as boat hire, jet skis and activities for children. From the beach you can take a short walk to the Loubnane Mosque. The marina is at the northern end of the beach.
Port of Agadir: being the first sardine port in the world, we don't need to tell you what the star dish served in its taverns and restaurants is.
The Kasbah: Situated on top of a hill, it houses the remains of the old 16th century fortress that protected the town. From here the views are excellent. Although you are told that it is possible to get there on foot, we recommend that you save yourself the 45-minute climb and go by car.
Valley of the Birds: the last stop on this walk through the centre of Agadir is the Valley of the Birds, a small zoo of two and a half hectares.
Outside the city: the Agadir Medina, the old town, is about 10 minutes from the centre by car. Further north of the city is Paradise Valley, with its beautiful palm grove surrounded by olive, almond and argan trees. The Asif Tamraght Gorge is one of the biggest surprises of the trip: natural pools where you can take a refreshing dip after visiting the Wadi Tinkert Waterfall, a beautiful waterfall that slides down walls whitened by calcium deposits and known as "the bride's veil". You should go there in winter, otherwise you won't find any water. Cape Rhir is 40 km from our destination, a high bluff overlooking the ocean with a view that will leave you speechless.