Popular Lettings in Agadir
Highlights in Agadir
- Beaches on the Atlantic Ocean
- Close to the Sahara and Marrakesh
- Fabulous Moroccan restaurants
Most popular in Agadir
Prices and availability
Holiday rentals and lettings in Agadir
Agadir is Morocco’s prime holiday resort and a city of palm-shaded promenades and top-class shops and restaurants arranged along a fabulous bay of golden sand. Whilst being the most modern of the country’s cities, it still retains a sense of its glorious past. Most visitors choose to find a holiday rental in Agadir right in the centre of town at the northern end of Agadir beach, right next to its many diverse restaurants, bars, and nightclubs.Ritzy lettings at wonderful prices
Agadir offers a wide range of stylish, luxurious houses to rent in its peaceful, leafy suburbs. Expect a detached property with a private swimming pool and a spacious terrace equipped with sunbeds for relaxation. Or why not rent a flat in the centre of town? Some of which are located in deluxe residences with pools, fitness centres and lovely views over the shimmering Atlas mountains.
Holidays in Agadir
The area and getting around
Agadir, in the south of Morocco, boasts an international airport with direct flights coming from major cities across Europe. Many people choose to combine a holiday in Agadir with a trip to Marrakesh, with its mystical allure and time-honoured attractions, just 3 hours’ drive away. Agadir is located on the Atlantic Ocean, and it’s just an hours’ drive to get to the staggering dunes of the world’s biggest desert – the prodigious Sahara.Visit Agadir’s various neighbourhoods
North of the centre of Agadir, Anza beach offers fabulous surfing and sunbathing. Enjoy the public art installations dotted along the beachfront and the fine selection of places to eat, drink, and shop. Marina Agadir is the place to be seen for the town’s wealthy youth, and you’ll spot a multitude of luxury cars and sailing vessels around the marina. Head here for boutique shops, posh restaurants, charming cafés, and ice cream parlours. Talborjt Talborjt is a vibrant area that is popular with both tourists and locals, home to the huge Mohammed V Mosque, and the Memorial d’Agadir Museum. It’s a great place to get a glimpse of how the locals live and for well-priced, authentic restaurants.
Travellers and activities
As Morocco's prime beach resort, life in Agadir is all about the beach, which is huge and well sheltered from the ocean winds. Its 8 kilometres of gorgeous sandy beach offer a great place to walk, relax, or take part in water sports such as kite surfing and jet skiing, all available to rent at great prices. The area is constantly patrolled by the police and is completely clean and safe. If you are lucky you may even get a visit from a camel casually strolling down the beach!Agadir for foodies
Moroccan food is a very important part of Moroccan culture and in recent years has become world famous. Agadir is home to swathes of exquisite restaurants serving traditional Moroccan and international cuisine to suit all budgets, such as Tapis Rouge, located just off the back of the beach, which offers ethereal couscous, pastilla, tajine, and harira dishes.
Sardine lovers listen up! Morocco is recognized as the world’s largest producer and exporter of sardines!
Top 5 travel tips in Agadir
Kasbah is located atop a hill in the city’s oldest district. It is a set of fortifications built in 1540, an impressive example of medieval Arabic architecture from where you can enjoy expansive vistas over the city.2. Spend a relaxing afternoon in a spa
The hammam plays a pivotal role in Moroccan culture, and the place to go if you fancy being properly pampered. Taghazout Golden spa is the highest rated in the town and a truly amazing experience3. Discover the city’s history
The Memoire d’Agadir sports a generous collection of photos showing the city before and after the famous earthquake of 1960, which razed the city to the ground. The museum is located in in a tranquil garden filled with palms and cacti.4. Mosey around La Médina d’Agadir
A short taxi drive from the city centre, La Médina d’Agadir is a full-size, open-air recreation of Agadir’s former medina, which was destroyed by the earthquake. Essentially part museum and part work of art, it is a must-see for history buffs. Don’t miss its lively cafe and antique shop.5. Hang out with the crocs
This park, located 15 minutes’ drive from Agadir, is devoted to safeguarding crocodiles. You can see and learn about these formidable beasts up close, in an environment that has been carefully created to imitate their natural habitat.
FAQ: Frequently asked questions about holiday rentals in Agadir
Judging by our data in 2019, Agadir is the cheapest city in Morocco, with an average annual price of £124.98 per night.When are holiday rentals cheaper in Agadir?
If you would like to save as much as posisble during your visit to Agadir, you should travel in February (£94.8 per night on average), December (£100.93), or January (£101.88) to find the lowest prices for the whole year.When does the price of holiday rentals in Agadir go up the most?
When it comes to looking for a holiday rental in Agadir, the months when it is most expensive are, in descending order, August, July and September with average prices per night of £202.93, £171, and £152.05, respectively.Are there usually many holiday rentals available in Agadir?
When visiting Agadir, it is not necessary to plan long before your trip, as the percentage of rentals booked is only 23%.Which months offer the highest availability?
The months when it's the easiest to find free accommodation in Agadir are May (the average amount of properties that are free reached 89.25% of the total in 2019), June (88.4%), and April (82.75%).Which months is it more difficult to find available rentals?
The months with the lowest propereties available in Agadir are, in order, August, February and January, with respective average availability figures of 56.4%, 71.75%, and 73.5%, based on data collected in 2019.Are there many holiday lettings in Agadir?
In Agadir we offer you a comprehensive catalogue of approximately 520 properties, with options of all kinds, thanks to our 16 local and international partners.