Skip Navigation

Check Prices

The date you selected is invalid.Beds From US$26Private Rooms From US$41


Agadir is a city along the southwestern coastline of Morocco. It's the capital of the Agadir Province and the city has about 250,000 inhabitants. The larger metropolitan has about three times the number of people though.

From the Agadir Travel Guide

Agadir Discussions

  • Agadir to Dakar overland
    Dear friends, I plan to travel from Agadir to Dakar at the start of December. I ve spent loads of time in Morocco already, so that is not the issue. I m wondering about the Western Sahara-Dakar leg. We sleep in the car (a van). What places are safe to park/sleep. How safe is Mauretania? Is there any ...

  • Looking for cheap accomodation in Agadir Morocco...
    does anyone know of any cheap accomodation in Agadir....finding it really hard to find any info on it...travelling from Oz around March next year... any help at all would be awesome Cheers Garrett Oz ...

  • Holiday in Morroco
    Please could anybody help me My wife and i are thinking of going to Agadir or Marakech for our summer holiday, can anybody reccomend a top hotel to which i can have a look at before we book anyware as we have never been to Morroco before. ...

  • More Agadir Discussions from our Africa and The Middle East Travel Forum

Agadir Blog Entries

  • Tuesady 23rd February - Wednesday 24th February
    and complete the final leg of around 300km to Agadir. On our Map there was a motorway still under construction from Marrakech to Agadir and we were told on the campsite that it was now open. So off we headed and followed the motorway signs to Agadir. The signs led us back towards the way we came, until we finally got ...
    Posted in Mark and Lorna's European Adventure by marklorna

  • Tuesday 9th March - Thursday 11th March
    Tuesday 9th March Finally headed out from Agadir and south towards Sidi Ifni. We aimed for a campsite on the edge of a natural Park, in a village along the coast called Sidi Ouassai. We turned off the main road, following a sign towards the campsite and passed a herd of camels. It is bizarre and amazing ...
    Posted in Mark and Lorna's European Adventure by marklorna

    Agadir is our final port city on the massive African continent. We are here on Palm/Passion Sunday – with a day to see a bit of Morocco before returning to the ship to lead the Protestant worship service. Beautiful bougainvillea lined the road as we drove out to see the walled city Taroudant ...
    Posted in Serenity 5 by Swenigale

  • More Agadir Blog Entries
  • List View
  • Map View
  • Quick Compare

What's more important to you?

Price Popularity