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- Large sandy beach
Silky soft sand
Good restaurants surrounding it
Busy promenade/path surrounding it pro or con depending on taste , good for access to stuff but bad for hassle especially if you’re an English female, we found walking this street a nightmare .Written 15 July 2022This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- I highly recommend a trip to Crocoparc. It`s not everyday one gets a chance to get so close to crocodiles! There is a small selection of other animals also including monkeys, lizards, snakes and turtles etc. It was July during temperatures too hot for an Irish lady (40degrees) but the amazing views and watching the crocodiles eat was so interesting. I honestly thought the crocodiles looked fake because they would stay still for so long with their jaws wide open. There was ample time and loads of opportunities to capture amazing pictures. A fantastic day out with friends that I would do again if ever back in Morocco!Written 1 August 2022This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- The Souk was a great experience, I would recommend everyone visits it. The only thing was, they spot tourists at the entrance and try to send a ‘guide’ to show you around. You need to be firm and direct at the start and tell them that you are not interested, that you will walk around yourself, without a guide. He will try to persist, but pay no attention and walk at your own pace, and he will eventually give up.Written 31 July 2022This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- Long prom that stretches for quite a way. Clean. Busy especially at night. People singing and trying to sell but no real problem. Annoying when large groups walk 5 abreast and won't move.Written 15 August 2022
- Drove here with my mum on a mother and daughter trip in middle July 2022.
Due to lack of rainfall there was less water in the valley then anticipated or sufficient for cliff diving. However, we still enjoyed the journey. It was a short 15 minute walk from car park to the first oasis where we had traditional mint tea in the oasis. We survived the trip with normal gear including flip flops however supportive shoes could be helpful. Some cash for the small cafe and restaurant is helpful too.
However, as we drove there and walked ourselves we avoided any extortionate tour prices, which could have altered our opinion.
We were happy with our trip. It was an exciting car journey from Agadir through interesting desert type landscape. Finding the oasis then really did feel like a paradise.Written 19 July 2022
- Is actually a ruin of the 1960s earth-quake, approximately 300 meters high, providing a beautifully scenic 360 view of Agadir.
Is inscribed with the words GOD KING COUNTRY (in Arabic) on the side of the hill, which can be seen from the whole of Agadir ... day & night!Written 9 May 2022
- Enjoyable place to visit as part of your walk along the promenade. Full of atmosphere. Plenty of restaurants and coffee houses against a backdrop of the mountain above.Written 18 June 2020
- Great beach, was really impressed by taghazout beach and its calm, all the way from Taghazout to Imm Ouadar you have a a splendid view, perched in the mountain with a magnificent beach, i enjoyed this period of they year with less population and great weatherWritten 21 February 2022
- must visit place in agadir, we plan to take walk from our gh but finally, we take bus to here easily. 1st we take bus#31 from Souk El Had to El Hassania for museum visit then do an hour seafront & beach wandering then, take again bus#31 to Port De Peche, at there take walk to Pied Agadir Oufela station(just 8min), at there you could find the shuttle bus to the top of Oufella.
the view of Oufella not bad, and the ruins also good for taking picture esp fit for doing at sunset view. ruin out getting some biz man but you could ignore them as what you always do in morocco that is totally ok.
after sunset, take bus back to downhill and going back to catching bus#31. shuttle and bus#31 is frequent scheudle with cheap price(dh 4 per trip). no need to take taxi for this point.Written 23 February 2020
- Beautiful architecture and some nice small artisans are the synoosis. Actually this is the best example od medina archtecture I have seen , and have seen a few. Normally they are built over centuries and have that patched/repaired/kmproviswd construction style. Thanks to architect Polissi and the big earthquake he was able to rebuild it as it was made in a single run, and with traditional materials and the result is impressve. The gial would be to fill its slace with more artisans as it is half empty but you will find good products at good prices. Especially the rock carver that had awesome pieces. It is not a zouk it is an architectural beauty in which uou can buy goodies.Written 7 June 2022
- I visited La Grande Roue Agadir twice during my one day visit to Agadir. The first time was in the afternoon and it was not running :(. I went back that evening and it was too crowded for me to get on in a reasonable time. I did get several pictures. I have been told I should have arranged for tickets before I went.
While this what I consider a "mid sized" wheel, it is well sized to Agadir's seaside architecture.Written 20 May 2020
- First of all, the location of Kasbat Souss on the Tripadvisor map is wrong, very much so. We spent some time looking for it. The location on the map is a smaller souk with a very smelly fish market in front of it..
To find it: stay on the Mohamed V Avenue or N10 Southbound and you will pass it. Normally when coming Northbound from the airfield you will pass it too (on your left)
The Kasbat Souss is worth a visit if you’re interested in how stuff is made. They like to sell you stuff but not too pushy. Friendly people.
We liked it.Written 11 May 2019
- A modern museum explaining and showing aspects of the Berber tradition of the Agadir area. Beautifully displayed but sadly very under-visited. We were nearly the only people there. Particularly spectacular Berber jewellery.Written 12 February 2020
- Fantastic Spa! I had one of the best manicure and pedicures, many thanks to Hanan ! She is kind, professional and beautiful.Written 18 May 2022
- A great place to visot. Lots of activity and lots of fish being landed from ships/ boats of all sizes. Most of it is sold on the quayside. Can be rather smelly in the heat as gutting takes place on the quayside and there is not alot of ice around ! There are some great looking shacks and restaurants that offer freshly bbq'd fish with salad but pricing is erratic and most places tend to get as much as they can out of you rather than a set price?! Always agree a price before eating as menus not always available ! Worth visiting but the restaurants need to be regulated / controlled!!!Written 24 July 2019
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