Historic Site in Agadir


Offering superb views and 7km northwest of the centre, the hilltop kasbah is a rare survivor of the 1960 earthquake. Built in 1541 and restored in the 1740s, the area once housed 300 people. All that remains is the …
Area in Agadir


The city’s most modern attraction is a billion-dirham pleasure port between the beach and commercial port. As well as mooring for your floating gin palace, the complex of faux white kasbahs has holiday apartments, s…
Park in Agadir

Vallée des Oiseaux

A leafy city-centre retreat in the dry riverbed running down from Blvd Hassan II to Blvd du 20 Août, with a shaded children’s playground, an aviary and a small zoo. It's also a handy – and more scenic – way to walk …
Museum in Agadir

Mémoire d’Agadir

This small museum in the southwest corner of Jardin de Olhão, entered from outside the park, is dedicated to the 1960 earthquake. Displays include interesting photos of Agadir since the 1920s, while others show the …
Museum in Agadir

Musée du Patrimoine Amazigh

With an excellent display of Berber artefacts, especially jewellery, the museum is a great place to learn about the traditional life and culture of the region's Berber people.
Historic Site in Agadir

Ancienne Talborjt

The grassy area below the kasbah covers the remains of old Agadir town and constitutes a mass grave for all those who died in the 1960 earthquake.
Park in Agadir

Jardin de Olhão

A cool, relaxing garden created in 1992 to mark the twinning of Agadir with the Portuguese town of Olhão.