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Agadir is Southern Morocco's most visited city and a very popular tourist destination. There are beautiful parks, luscious gardens as well as the Souks and old Medina. The long sandy beach is swept every morning and kept spotlessly clean.Agadir is not your typical city of traditional Morocco, but it is a modern, busy and dynamic town with well maintained beaches and palm-lined boulevards. There is a very western feel about the place with its beach front bars, promenades and long sandy beaches. With a moderate climate with Mediterranean-like weather throughout the year with warm temperatures and plenty of sunshine, the dry summers are the best time to visit Agadir boasts over 300 days of sunshine each year making it an ideal holiday destination at whatever time of the year.
Spring and summer temperatures can see between 20C and 23C's whilst between June and August, reaching 28C. Autumn sees temperatures slightly higher than those in the spring. The winters tend to be mild, with Agadir still experiencing a minimum of 7 hours of sunshine each day.