Destination AgadirDestination Agadir

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Agadir was completely destroyed by an earthquake in 1960. 15,000 people died and another 50,000 people lost their homes. The new city was then built a few kilometres further south of the original Agadir, with a focus on tourism. With sandy beaches, boulevards, parks and hotels, it is a popular destination for Europeans who have to endure long winter months.

Don’t miss these highlights:

  • The fish market: excellent products can be bought at the authentic Thursday market (the souk).
  • The Vallée des Oiseaux: a park-like area with aviaries, a zoo, a waterfall and a play area. Perfect for children!
  • Jardim de Olhao: a Berber-style garden with a small gallery and a charming café-restaurant
  • Talborjt: a district containing the Mohammed V Mosque, the Complexe Artisanal (crafts) and a monument for the victims of the earthquake in 1960.
  • Outside of the city: Marrakech, the most buzzing city in Morocco and Immouzzer, a small village that is not so special on its own, but lies in beautiful, impressive surroundings with mountains, valleys, gorges and vastly varied vegetation.

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