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Find a sunny beach respite from city chaos in Agadir and Taghazout

Agadir is one of Morocco's pearls; it is located in the west of the nation and is surrounded by the Atlantic Ocean's waves. No matter the season, the sun shines down, and the city has a comfortable atmosphere that the trade winds continue to mellow. Above all, its 10-kilometer-long seashore provides visitors with stunning views of the azure ocean and the chance to relax in the most ideal surroundings.

The nation's primary beach resort, which boasts 300 days of sunshine annually, is bustling with activity. Cafés and restaurants by the water's edge welcome you inside, show you the local cuisine, and let your taste buds decide which of their specialties are best.

The El Had souk, which is located farther into the city, deploys its stalls across the streets and offers more than 6,000 businesses to pique your interest. You will appreciate strolling in this environment, which is energized by the merchants' negotiations. Never resting, the city welcomes the Timitar festival, which celebrates world music and more notably Amazigh music, every summer.

Agadir is a bustling city with access to the ocean and the rest of the world.

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