Agadir Beaches and more, Morocco
A Moroccan life guard monitoring the beach near Sidi Kaouki, between Essouaira and Agadir.
Agadir beaches facts
Agadir beaches are blessed with almost guaranteed sunshine (even in winter only 5 days a month see some rainfall; in summer it’s one day a month); no shortage of sand (albeit a bit harsh and busy); good value beach resort accommodation, especially all-inclusive beach holidays; warm waters; direct flights from many European airports including cheap flights from London Heathrow, Gatwick, Manchester and others.
The journey from Almassira Airport to Agadir takes about 20 minutes by taxi, bus or rental car. The distance is 26 kms.
There is a Casablanca-Marrakech-Agadir toll expressway. The full length is 453 kms (281 miles) and the Casablanca-Marrakech section is 219 kms (137 miles).
Agadir bay and beach resorts.
Agadir has an arid climate with warm summers and mild winters. The daytime temperature is almost always in the 20Cs (70Fs), with the winter highs about 21C (70F) and night lows of about 8C (47F); mid summer highs average around 26C (79F) and lows 18C (64F).
May – September gets almost no rainfall while other months see about 5 days a month including the wettest, December, at 2. 3 inches over 5. 6 days.