|Top holiday (Flight+Hotel)||£109|
|Family holiday (Flight+Hotel)||£110|
|Romantic holiday (Flight+Hotel)||£160|
|Luxury holiday (Flight+Hotel)||£140|
|Budget holiday (Flight+Hotel)||£77|
This being Morocco, there is far more to enjoy than just the holiday bars, restaurants and shops you would expect to see at a beach resort. Indeed, Agadir's promenade veritably throngs with an infectious, intoxicating street life that at times gives the whole area a carnival atmosphere. Let's face it, there are few holiday destinations that can offer holidaymakers pizza and couscous, spices and suncream as well as cocktails and hookahs all at the same time and all within easy walking distance. The fact that this city does it with such effortless style and affability is what makes Agadir holidays so very special.
With 300 days of sunshine a year there is never really a bad time to visit Agadir. Unlike other parts of Morocco, Atlantic breezes keep temperatures pretty comfortable here with the mercury in July topping out at around 27°C. Temperatures in the winter typically hover around the low 20's, so it is clear to see why Agadir is seen as being an ideal winter sun destination. Needless to say, the fact that flights to this sunny and exotic destination are relatively cheap and take less than four hours from the UK only adds to the ever increasing, year-round appeal of Agadir holidays.
Whilst the beach, promenade and sparkling white marina are more than enough to keep most holidaymakers happy and content, this is certainly not all Agadir has to offer. For instance, the city's souks and bazaars are well worth exploring as haggling for a locally-made kilim (rug) whilst sipping on mint tea is not something one gets to do that often when holidaying elsewhere in the Med! Eating out is also a genuine pleasure in Agadir so make sure to sample some of the region's delectable dates, meat stews, fresh fish or couscous before heading out after sundown to sample the city's bar and club scene.