Most popular Villas in Agadir
Highlights in Agadir
- Nice beaches
- Delicious food
- Interesting natural sights
- Fantastic parks
- A shopping experience
Most popular amenities for Villas in Agadir
Villas in Agadir
Morocco is a country of contrasts with stunning deserts, beautiful oasis and incredible villages to spend your holidays in. Find luxury villas of traditional Moroccan style in Agadir and enjoy its weather all year round. Whenever you decide to stay in Agadir, awesome beaches, stunning landscapes and a relaxed atmosphere will be waiting for you. In the Swiss Village neighbourhood you will find splendid villas and close to the centre or the beach, there is a wide range of villas ideal for families and groups.Villas with traditional Moroccan style
After a long day of exploration around Agadir, the comfortable lounges are ideal to relax or read a good book. Enjoy a well equipped kitchen and a feast around your table, either indoors or outdoors and admire the surrounding views, the lovely garden and the private swimming pool. Colourful mosaics, traditional Moroccan architecture and open patios are the attractiveness of these properties. Villas are ideal for families and groups but you can also enjoy a romantic getaway with your partner. Start planning your stay in Agadir and enjoy a pleasant time in a magical location where time seems to stop.
Travellers and activities
Life in Agadir revolves around the beach. Agadir is blessed with a six mile long sandy beach well sheltered from the ocean winds. You can relax in the sun lounges, take a swim or try some water sports such as jet-skiing. Beware if you swim far from the shore as there is fierce undertow! Sand-based activities are also on offer for those who want to experience a different beach holiday. Try some quad bikes, dune buggies and camel or horse rides. About 20 minutes from Agadir, there are some family friendly beaches and ideal surf spots. Taghazout Beach is simply beautiful and if you arrive early in the morning, you can buy fresh fish and have a BBQ on the beach. Tamraght Beach has a laid back atmosphere and calm, shallow waters ideal for children.Agadir for animal lovers
Besides the Oued Massa River area in Souss Massa National Park, there are extensive areas of natural landscape and incredible parks surrounding Agadir. You can visit Crocoparc, and admire from a safe point, the armour-plated, prehistoric crocodiles inhabiting these grounds. The Vallée des Oiseaux is another little park where you can see different parrots, flamingos, deer and kangaroos.
Did you know you can enjoy nearly 300 days of sun in Agadir?
Top 7 travel tips in Agadir
One of the beautiful attractions in Agadir are the series of forts perched on the hill, known as Kasbah, built during the first half of the 16th century. This medieval Arabic fortification survived an earthquake and still remains glorious. To get to the top is a challenging hike, especially around the hottest months of the year, but you can alway take a taxi and then walk all the way back down. From the top of the hill you will get mesmerising views of the city.2. Pamper yourself in a hammam
The hammam plays an important role in Moroccan culture. The steam room is where you clean yourself. This practice of cleansing and relaxation became very popular during the Victorian era and it also was a fun way to come together and socialise. In Agadir you can find several to go to and Argan Palace is a recommended one.3. Shop in the souk
Another important part of Moroccan lifestyle are the souks. Souks are a cultural element of Moroccan society and in Agadir, there is Souk El Had. See the locals doing their daily shopping and choosing the fruits and veggies. You can buy local produce and fresh ingredients for your homemade recipes in your villa’s kitchen!4. Walk around the Medina
Outside the city centre of Agadir there is a recreation of Agadir’s former medina. The original one was completely wrecked by the earthquake so in the early 1990s they built this life-size structure with Berber techniques that you can now admire and get an idea of what it was like back then.5. Explore Souss Massa National Park
South of Agadir there is the Souss Massa National Park. This sprawling area, created in 1991, comprises wetlands and sand dunes and it is home to exotic birds and it is one of the only places where you can see the northern bald ibis. To visit the park you can choose from several guided routes.6. Enjoy the Moroccan flavours
The restaurants and eateries abound in Agadir and you can choose from Chinese to Thai, Korean, Mexican, European and Moroccan cuisine. Some of the favourite dishes you can taste are harira and pastilla. Harira is a soup with pulses, cinnamon and coriander. Pastilla contains chicken, spices and almonds wrapped in a parcel or filo pastry. For pudding you can try any sweet made of their delicious dates and take sips of the typical mint tea to wash it all down.7. Visit the Memoire d’Agadir
The Memoire d’Agadir is a small museum a few steps from the beach, nestled in a lovely garden with palms and cacti. The interior walls are covered with photos and newspapers telling the history of the city, including the earthquake in the 1960s.