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The Memoire d'Agadir museum in the southwest corner of the Jardin de Olhão showcases the progress of Agadir since the 1920s, with a special focus on the aftermath of the devastating earthquake of 1960..
The Memoire d'Agadir museum in the southwest corner of the Jardin de Olhão showcases the progress of Agadir since the 1920s, with a special focus on the aftermath of the devastating earthquake of 1960.
Avenue Mohammed V, أگادير 80000, Morocco
Agadir's lovely seafront promenade along the Atlantic counts among its main draws
The Museum Municipal du Patrimoine Amazigh exhibits a collection of Berber objects from 18th and 19th centuries, including clothing, jewellery, coins, music instruments, pottery and carpets as well as civil documents
Clean and picturesque, Agadir beach stretches 10 km along the Atlantic coast and offers a good spot for watching the sunset
Ensemble Artisanal is a good place to pick up co-operative craftwork and souvenirs made by local skilled artisans
The lovely Agadir Marina is lined with high-end restaurants and cafes where you can relax and watch the boats line up
Souk El Had is a busy market with about 6000 shops where you can buy everything, from everyday items such as produce and meat to furniture, traditional handicrafts and souvenirs
La Medina d'Agadir is a replacement of the old medina that was destroyed in the earthquake of 1960
The remnants of the original Kasbah or fortress lie at the top of the hill