Agadir is a major city in southwest Morocco, on the Atlantic coast. Blending muslim culture and western architecture and placed on the seaside with beautiful beaches, it is a world-renowned resort. In 1960, most of the city was destroyed by an earthquake, with much loss of life. It was rebuilt and now features wide boulevards, lovely parks, modern buildings and many artisans selling home-made goods.
Built in the 16th century, this famed fortress sits atop a cliff with a commanding view of the bay.
This old walled village features a bustling market and is home to resort hotels lining golden-sand beaches.