Once you've spotted Havana's bright yellow American vintage car parked outside, you'll have found this fun bar that has live music most nights. The food – Moroccan flavours and international snack food – is only OK,…
The hippest club in Agadir and one of the most expensive, laid out on several levels with features including champagne and vodka bars, a live-music stage and a restaurant. Local players save this one for the climax …
Come to this Union Jack–festooned bar for Stella Artois, all-day breakfasts and karaoke. A bevy of TV screens and resourceful bar staff usually means you can watch pretty well any live football game from across Euro…
This cool little courtyard cafe, with chilled Arabic electronica on the stereo and a fountain gurgling away, serves coffee and light meals (Dh25 to Dh35).
Hip young locals of both sexes come here to smoke sheesha beneath flat-screen TVs.
A popular spot for a seafront sundowner. The newer of the two neighbouring branches has a panoramic terrace with brilliant views of the beach.
This meeting point offers strong coffee and light meals on its glassed-in verandah. Snacks cost around Dh20 to Dh45.
One of Agadir’s most popular nightclubs, attracting international DJs. Dance the night away and chill on the beach.
The outside tables are a prime spot for people-watching around one of Agadir's busiest intersections.
Mainly house and techno feature at this nightclub at the Royal Atlas.