Agadir day trip from Marrakech

8 Hours
  • Agadir day trip from Marrakech
  • Agadir day trip from Marrakech
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Agadir day trip from Marrakech:  Agadir is considered the “Miami of Morocco”, with its nightlife, restaurants, golf and horse-riding, beach basking and water-based fun, and kasbah views. While named after a 16th-century fortress (agadir) up on the hill to the north of it, Agadir was built as a resort around the sandy bay here. With its modern architecture, wide, tree-lined avenues, open squares, and pedestrian precincts, the Moroccan town contrasts with its narrow streets. The new Marina of Agadir is lined with boutique shops, restaurants and apartments. The focus of downtown is the shopping centre at Place du Prince Sidi Mohammed. Agadir’s splendid beach stretches 10km (6 miles) to the south. There is a wide array of activities available on the beach, including wind-surfing and sailing.


  • View the bustling Marina from the Agadir Kasbah fortress
  • Visit the church, and the Tabourjte Mosque, and walk through the gardens.
  • A walking tour of the city will help you explore the local streets.
  • Option to swim, sunbathe, or go out on a boat
  • Bargain with the merchants selling goods on the local market
DEPARTURE/RETURN LOCATIONYour accommodation in Marrakech
DEPARTURE TIME 07:00 Depart Marrakech.
20:00 Arrive Marrakech
Pick-up/drop-off in Marrakech
Travel in style in private vehicle with air-conditioning and English-speaking driver
Tips and items of a personal nature
Beverages and meals not specified
Local Guide

Marrakech To Agadir in Day Trip Details

The journey from Marrakech to Agadir takes approximately 2 hours and 30 minutes. On arrival, you will visit the city in order to explore its local market where various products such as Argan oil are displayed. In addition, you will explore the port of Agadir, which is the largest in Morocco, as well as its fish market. Next, you will go to the former palace of Kasbah Agadir Oufella, which was constructed by King Mohammad Achaikh in the 16th century. This charming spot offers unparalleled views of the Agadir harbor and the rest of the new city built following the 1960’s earthquake. The visit will conclude at the Mohamed V Mosque, the largest mosque in this area. You will then stop in a number of places around the city. A boat will take you to the heart of the Atlantic Ocean in the afternoon, depending on your personal preferences, while you will be offered drinks. At around 4 pm, you will take the road to Marrakech after this wonderful experience.


Timings are approximate and are subject to change due to weather conditions, interests of the group, and the dates of the tour.


Sun-glasses, comfortable footwear and plenty of sun protection.

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