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welcom to Agadir in any time.Agadir is a major city in Morocco, located on the shore of the Atlantic Ocean near the foot of the Atlas Mountains, just north of the point where the Sous River flows into the ocean. It is 508 km south of Casablanca. It...more
All reviews lovely walk exercise equipment street sellers sea front evening stroll pizza hut lots of restaurants big wheel selling things locals and tourists felt very safe lovely beach hotel police mcdonalds jog hassle
Agadir seafront and promenade is a clean, well maintained, block paved walk of a few miles.
From our hotel we used to walk along it most days and most evenings after dinner.
It is a pleasant walk but you do get hassled by sellers and...More
A fantastic flat promenade great for wheelchair users. Lovely views and often entertainers along it. We enjoyed walking from our hotel the Kenzi Europa toward the marina as there were more resturants, shops etc. After breakfast a stroll to the marina and a coffee at...More
The whole area is very pleasant and the street traders are very friendly. Make sure you have small change to pay for thing as there are groups of kids (not sure if they are being controlled bay an adult) who will pounce on you if...More
We walked along the seafront, lots of shops and restaurants
But also lots of racist and rude lookie lookie men.
As me and my partner walked along talking to each other you get interrupted along the way with people selling rubbish.
Two of them were...More
Perfect for a leisurely stroll along the bay. We walked up on the roadside from our hotel initially, then cut on to the promenade. Very wide, so fully accessible for all. Would be easy & safe for kids also.
Response from vdavidkov | Reviewed this property |
Morocco is a secular country, so you can wear usual resort attires and staff.. However i would recommend you to stay close to local dress code traditions if you do not want to offend locals or look like a visitor from... More
Morocco is a secular country, so you can wear usual resort attires and staff.. However i would recommend you to stay close to local dress code traditions if you do not want to offend locals or look like a visitor from another world in some certain places.. Plus you would skip the men starring on you.. So, some women. Staying close to local attitude you can also feel the soul of this very world which is mix between islam and secular state system. In the resort don't worry to wear what you feel like according climate and so..! I wish you a pleasant holiday in Morocco!
Sorry for late reply I take my small 4ml scooter with me I found it a must for me as I can't walk long distances,and the prom is stunning goes on for miles so if you have anyone who has walking issues possible try... More
Sorry for late reply I take my small 4ml scooter with me I found it a must for me as I can't walk long distances,and the prom is stunning goes on for miles so if you have anyone who has walking issues possible try take a wheelchair or scooter like me. As I seen a lot of older pep,e struggling .there is no were to hire scooters or wheelchairs.
Hope this helps
I am returning for my 3rd and final visit at Xmas .