Agadir city, the Pearl of the South and Argan land. Located in a beautiful bay, it’s the capital and the port of the most fertile region of Morocco.
Lot of things to see and to do in this magical city around the year not only in this period. Agadir, the city of 300 days of sunshine a year, it’s the best place to spend a quiet holiday under the sun of Morocco.
The Benefits of Visiting Agadir in October, November, or December
Spending your holiday instead of summer sounds a little bit weird and out of usual for some people. But choosing the right destination to visit, according to weather and prices can make your vacation the best one ever.
Agadir Weather Averages in October, November, and December
Most of the days you can enjoy the sunshine in this period of year in Agadir. As declared by National Centers for Environmental Information The climate is generally dry year-round.
- The average in October is (Max 29°C / 84.2°F) (Min 15°C / 59°F)
- The average in November is (Max 28°C / 82.4°F) (Min 13°C / 55.4°F)
- The average in December is (Max 26°C / 78.8°F) (Min 11°C / 51.8°F)
The Flight is Cheap To Agadir
The round trip costs less on average when departing in October or November, comparing other months when you may pay your plane ticket tripled more expensive than this specific duration.
Just avoid the last 10 days in December because of the New year and Christmas time.
Hotels and Rentals are Cheap in Agadir
Just like the flight cost. Hotels, rentals, car rentals, and even tour agencies are cheap at this quiet time in Agadir. because of the big competition between them, since a decrease in demand and an increase in supply.
Things to do in Agadir in October, November, or December
Surf in Taghazout
Taghazout is a very small fishing village 20km north of Agadir on the road to Essaouira. It turns out that this village is located right in the middle of many famous waves (Anchor Point, Killer Point, Boiler, Devil’s Rock .. among others) making it an ideal landmark for surfing. where you can find fantastic surf camps. Actually it’s one of the best places to surf in Africa.
Visit Souk el Had
If you are going to visit Agadir, spending time in Souk is a must. The modern stamp of Souk el Had differentiates it a little from other Moroccan souks, but it remains nonetheless authentic! More than 3,000 shops in an area of 11 hectares. You will discover here an authentic universe, alive, all in colors, where the scent of spices will enchant your senses. Undeniably one of the most pleasant and lively places in Agadir!
Vallée des Oiseaux
“Vallée des Oiseaux” is a small zoological garden Zoo open to the public free of charge from 9 am to 18 hours. It is in the north center of Agadir at the end of Boulevard Hassan II. Enjoys a refreshing waterfall that covers the noise of vehicles. Not far from the main beach of Agadir where there is a second entrance. Games for children are offered. It is a place where you can stroll among aviaries, to see also the African mouflon, goats, and llamas. It’s an ideal place for families.
Fantastic place to observe 300 crocodiles in a beautiful botanical garden. The brand new cactus garden brings together species over 50 years old! The restaurant is very nice with a panoramic view of the crocodiles!
Visit Massa Desert
A true treasure of nature located in the region of Massa 60km from Agadir, the desert of Massa offers a breathtaking spectacle. There, majestic argan trees and flora plants in this natural reserve … 33 800 hectares! From the Souss Massa National Park to the Youssef Ben Tachfine water dam to the dunes called “Little Sahara”: the region promises an immersive experience. To take full advantage, opt for the day tours that will allow you to enjoy the trip in due form.Follow my blog with Bloglovin