Agadir (Photo: Maciej Czekajewski/Shutterstock.com)
4.0 / 5.0
Cruise Critic Editor Rating

Cruise Critic Staff

Port of Agadir

The Moroccan port of Agadir feels much like many of the Western world's most popular resort towns with its palm-tree lined beaches, golf courses, beach bars and cafes. Though the availability of camel rides and excursions to the ruins of Agadir Kasbah -- a citadel that was destroyed by an earthquake in 1960 -- differentiates it. For those looking to venture beyond the beach, there's an expansive open-air food market, a botanical garden and a number of hammam spas.

--By Shayne Thompson, Cruise Critic contributor

Shore Excursions

Agadir features shore excursions that cover an array of landmarks, activities and experience.

About Agadir


Pro

A classic resort town with gorgeous beaches and a number of relaxing activity options

Con

For travelers hoping for cultural immersion, Agadir may seem overly touristy

Bottom Line

Agadir is a picturesque beach town with plenty of diversions well suited for sun seekers


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