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I visited Agadir in March 2018, staying at a hotel just a few yards from the beach and with side sea views. The sand here is very clean with hardly a pebble to be seen and the sea has no hidden depths to stumble into...More
No lifeguards a Man drowned outside riu tikka dunas 29/11/2018 a lady was rescued at the same time the sea looks wonderful but there is a massive undertow for the first 25 metres be aware be very aware
My wife and I visited the beach in late November it was quite but we like walking so it was great for us it’s a lovely beach quite long, a couple of miles at least with a promenade full of restaurants and hotels. Highly recommended
I took a late afternoon stroll along this beach en route to the Sofitel and there were sun rays shining through the clouds and very colorful rocks along the shore. There is a lively boardwalk area along the beach (Plage) including a ferris wheel and...More
A expansive sandy beach which stretches from Sofitel all the way to the Marina. A great alternative to walking along the promenade as you won't get hassled by beggars and sellers, although plenty camels if you want a ride. There was a local guy selling...More
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Hi, we spent 3 nights in Agadir, as a base to visit other near by towns and attractions. We spent a full day in Agadir and were completely safe. The locals are friendly when approached, but generally keep themselves to... More
Hi, we spent 3 nights in Agadir, as a base to visit other near by towns and attractions. We spent a full day in Agadir and were completely safe. The locals are friendly when approached, but generally keep themselves to themselves. We will be travelling to Agadir again in late June to visit other places such as Tagahzout and Taroudant. I hope you have a good trip.