Tours From Agadir

Tours from Agadir

Allow yourself to be swept away by the welcoming atmosphere of our tours from Agadir, the most popular resort in southern Morocco. This city has a lot to offer beachgoers! Relax on its pristine, sun-kissed beaches with a drink from one of the sea-facing bars. If you want to get away from the beaches, go to the Souk el-had, a large market where you can get almost everything, including spices, jewelry, souvenirs, and Morocco’s famed argan oil.

Make time to see the Agadir Kasbah, which consists of the remnants of an ancient stronghold atop a hill and offers a spectacular perspective of the city. You might even go on a camel ride near the Kasbah or even near the shore. Agadir is well-known for its mild temperature, which draws a large number of people throughout the winter.

Best Morocco Tours From Agadir

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Desert Tour from Agadir to Merzouga – 4 Days

Tour the country by seeing Berber culture, the famed Kasbah Ait Ben Haddou, and the Erg Chebbi dunes for a camel ride, a night in a nomad tent, and a night under the stars.

Desert Trip from Agadir to the Erg Chebbi Dunes – 5 days

Explore the famed gorges and rock formations of Dades, take a camel ride through the Erg Chebbi dunes, visit the two famous High Atlas Mountain Kasbahs Telouet and Ait ben Haddou, and take in the sights of Marrakech.

7-day trip from Agadir to the Sahara Desert via Legzira Beach.

Travel over the Sahara desert and visit some of Morocco’s most beautiful beaches. This Agadir-based 7-day itinerary was designed for those who want to spend more time on the beach while still seeing the sights of the Sahara.

Morocco 7 days Itinerary – from Agadir to Fes tour

Discover the greatest of Morocco’s cities on a fascinating 7-day journey that begins in Agadir and ends in Fes. Discover Essaouira and Casablanca. Take a guided tour of two royal towns, Marrakech and Fes, through Atlas Coast. Spend the night in the blue city of Chefchaouen.

9 days Morocco Agadir desert tours start in Agadir and end in Marrakech

Feel the pulse of the Sahara Desert on this once-in-a-lifetime trip. Admire the northern Sahara’s best landscape, get lost in the wilderness, and ride a camel through the dunes at sunset.

Highlights of Agadir Tours

Spend a delightful holiday in Agadir desert excursions that we plan, and take in the most unique views and places. Notable examples are Essaouira, Marrakech, Fes, and the Sahara desert.

Discover Agadir's Beach Town

Agadir, a coastal tourist town, has a small number of visitors. Agadir lacks traditional Moroccan features such as a picturesque medina with souks and classic architecture due to a 1960s earthquake that devastated the city’s historic attributes. The city is the greatest beach town in the country, with a long stretch of sandy coastline filled with hotels, restaurants, international shopping, golf courses, and other attractions.

Climb the Kasbah Oufella in Agadir

The Kasbah Oufella in Agadir provides some of the city’s greatest panoramic vistas. Many people are unaware that Agadir is a new city, as the old city was virtually devastated in the 1960 Agadir earthquake. The epicenter was in the city’s centre, and the depth was fairly shallow, despite being a mild earthquake (5.8 on the Richter scale). The earthquake devastated the city, flattening most structures over one storey and killing or wounding more than two-thirds of the population.

Stay in Cliffside Caves in Agadir

Staying at Agadir’s cliffside caves allows you to completely detach when traveling around Morocco. These intriguing cottages have an extra dose of history because they were initially used as housing by local fishermen.

Explore the Cinematic Desert Town of Ouarzazate

Enjoy some free time to explore Ouarzazate, well known as the “Gateway to the Sahara.” Begin your journey at the 19th-century Taourirt Kasbah. You may get panoramic views of the surrounding environment from the summit. On a clear day, the red-mud city of At Benhaddou, the green Draa Valley, and the rust-colored Todra Gorge may all be seen!

Shop at Souk Al Had in Agadir

Souk Al Had is the region’s largest and one of Africa’s most extensive souks. It’s fairly easy to navigate, despite having over 6,000 booths, and you’ll find anything from pajamas to melons here! Pottery, footwear, and rugs, as well as other crafts, musical instruments, jewelry, and home furnishings, are popular items to bring home.

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