It’s not uncommon to spot camels wandering across the golden sands of this expansive beach. Sitting in front of many of the resorts, restaurants, and shops of Agadir, this beach exemplifies the Moroccan urban style. The shore gradually slopes into the sea so it’s safe to wade into the shallow waters no matter your swimming proficiency. Adventure-seeking visitors will enjoy jet skis, quad bikes, dune buggies, and camel rentals. Families with young children can get their thrills at the nearby tourist train. When you’re in need of refreshment, it’s easy to find a vendor selling fragrant mint tea, a local specialty, on the beach.
North Americans, Europeans, Australians and travelers from around the globe can fly to Casablanca. From here, you can take a flight, bus, train or a car to Agadir. Agadir is a major city in Morocco, located on the shore of the Atlantic Ocean near the foot of the Atlas Mountains, just north of the point where the Sous River flows into the ocean. It is at a distance of 508 km to the south of Casablanca.