Golf Accommodation and Hotels
Owned by the King of Morocco and recently restored, this hotel combines modernity with intricate design detail and boasts good restaurants and its own casino. The gardens, huge focal-point pool, heavy accent on local craftsmen and culture will impress and relax you. The Atlantic views, 277 elegant …From £59.00 Per Person
Iberostar Founty Beach4 star
The IBEROSTAR Founty Beach is an all-inclusive 4-star hotel in Morocco, on the Atlantic Ocean. Located very close to a beach of fine sand and less than a half mile from the centre of Agadir, Morocco's main tourist centre, the IBEROSTAR Founty Beach hotel is the ideal accommodation for enjoying the …
From £55.00 Per Person
Ten minutes’ drive from the resort is the Golf Les Dunes, beautifully landscaped to international standards by architect Cabell Robinson. Covering 107 hectares, there are three loops of nine and a great practice range and impressive clubhouse. The Blue nine is very pretty and …
From £48.00 Per Person
The Golf du Soleil is a club of 36 holes (6200 and 6600 Yards, Par72) which opened in 2000 and is just five miles south of Agadir, located between the Atlantic Ocean and the Atlas Mountains. It’s a great holiday course with some tough challenges and some very pretty hotels, spread out …
From £48.00 Per Person
The newest course in Agadir, it’s arguably the best and provides a very pretty and enjoyable 27-hole challenge with mostly wide fairways, smallish greens, attractive copses and a few approaches over water to make you concentrate. Golf de l’Ocean is fun and nice to look at – …
Agadir Golf Breaks
The old Kasbah - this elevated site has a complete view of the bay, the port and the new town. It is enchanting at sundown, when the light is flecked with gold.
The new medina - Slightly to the south of the city centre, the new medina was reconstructed from the 1990’s onwards by Italian architect Coco Polizzi. Full of craftsmen and restaurants, you can sense the soul of Morocco.
Art and memory -The amazing heritage museum is devoted to Agadir's Berber culture.
The port - Stop at the port entrance for a quick bite of grilled fish or a small lobster. From 8am until noon, you can watch the auction from a specially built balcony in the market. If you get there early, watch the sailors unload gigantic tuna fish, groupers and hammerhead sharks.
El Had souk – a vast market where the inhabitants of Agadir buy their food. Look at the ingredients used in local cooking, buy some fresh fruit or cold drinks, and then head 70km due east to visit the 7km long Taroudant ramparts.
Camel Ride to the Souss Estuary - Enjoy a memorable camel ride through the picturesque desert of Agadir to the Souss Estuary, a bird watchers paradise. This is a delightful way to spend either an early morning or an afternoon astride a dromedary along the sand dunes and on into the surrounding forest. You’ll be picked up from your hotel and taken by minibus to the Ranch Club d’Equitation, where you are greeted with a delicious glass of Soussi mint tea. After a short period of getting to know your mount you set out, accompanied by a qualified guide and animal handler, to ride alongside the ocean, across the dunes and the Oued Souss river, catching sight of pink flamingos and white egrets, through Berber hamlets and then onto the National Park – home to many varieties of migratory birds.
Agadir Beach – A beautiful golden, sandy beach, almost deserted in winter but very animated in summer. It is clean, long and wide and there is a continuous soft breeze coming in from the Atlantic. The only drawbacks are the undercurrents which can be strong and dangerous. The resort hotels each have their own private beach with parasols and sun beds.
Fish Market – Ask your Hotel Concierge to book one of the best restaurants (they are all very simple) and take a cab and eat “al fresco” amid the catch and the cats looking for a treat! This is a basic but real experience and always rewarding.
Tiznit - Every Thursday is ‘souk day’ in Tiznit and is the largest market within miles. Such markets are exotic to visitors, but they are part of everyday life for the locals. As with most Moroccan cities Tiznit consists of two parts: the newer part, outside the city walls and the original city inside. Tiznit is a huge group of salmon red houses with blue iron doors. With its main sits being the spring of Lalla Tiznit and the mosque.
Surfing - The coastline around Agadir offers excellent conditions for surfing, thanks to the trade winds and the warm sheltered waters. There are spots up and down the coast which offer facilities for all level of surfer, with the fishing village of Taghazout being one of the most popular surfing centres.
Agadir Golf Breaks
Roulette and blackjack - Once night has fallen, the day is far from over in Agadir. Dress to kill and take your chances in the casinos which are open until the small hours. Le Mirage and Shem are the two casinos in Agadir.
Alhambra Cabaret – This is a nice place to enjoy a relaxed and entertaining evening with good staff and mix of Western and authentic acts. The dress code is smart.
Club Salam - This bar plays the latest hits and Arab music. Good fun.
Disco Papagayo – This is the largest discotheque in Agadir and popular with tourists.
Hotels - The premium hotels like Sofitel, Ramada and Coralia Club have smart bars and nightclubs.