A fascinating city surrounded by the Antiatlas, the Sahara Desert, natural parks, and secluded beaches
Agadir is a major town in south west Morocco, North Africa. Although much of the old city was destroyed by an earthquake in the 1960s, today Agadir is a vital and bustling modern city.
Just some of the sights that our itineraries cover include an excursion to the ‘pink city’ of Taroudant, full of souks and ancient historical ramparts. Learn more about the history of Agadir with our city tour, which will take you to the heart of the remaining old town - the ‘Kasbah’ - with its attractive streets, squares and intriguing boutiques, where you are sure to pick up great holiday souvenirs.
Port average temperature
Located along the Atlantic Ocean, Agadir has a very temperate climate. The daytime temperature generally stays in the 20°C every day, with the winter highs typically reaching 20.7°C in December-January. The annual temperatures are very similar to Nairobi, Kenya, but with much more rainfall, and the mid-year nights are less chilly than Nairobi.
The temperate figures shown are based on monthly average weather conditions for the selected port. Weather data is not real-time, and sometimes no data is shown for a specific date, month or port in general.