Had the feel of the posh part of town with nice cafes and places to eat very well kept and modern, enjoyable to have a walk around.
The marina in agadir is beautiful and very European! If just placed there u would never guess you were in morocco !!! Lots of cafe and restaurants - very good quality. Place does just emphasise the financial divide in morocco were the waiters will earn less than €300 per month !! Great shows of wealth here with some amazing cars... More
Walked up here one afternoon. Construction work still going on & not a great deal was open when we visited. The usual trappings of a marina anywhere in the world - overpriced shops & restaurants,western shops such as Zara & various small - mid sized yachts. The working fishing port a bit further along was far more interesting in my... More
Best part of Agadir, but not quite fully opened yet. more classy and we had no hassling in the area. A few shops and bars labelled "opening soon". Worth it just to be free of people trying to get you to buy something from them.
The marina was a short walk from our hotel! Lovely to sit and watch the day go by with a drink. Also some shops such as Mango etc
I absolutely loved this place, very refined, small marina with yachts and private beach. Café bars with ice cream and patisseries, small shops, duty free shopping, le coste , zara, and nice little restaurants. Nice people very secure.
Took a look around here to look at shops and take a stroll from promenade and see if there was any food shops that Iiked. Went very quickly nice to do as the sunsets lovely views of everything. Would go back if necessary refreshing walk and cool.
nice place to walk and watch birds, boats, fish (you can feed fat sticks from the embankment) and people. quite and peaceful. watch out scummers who handout cards with nearby fishport restaurants ads. that is nightmare!
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