One can love Paris, Rome and Berlin with a bit of history, but there are regions in the world to which one succumbs almost instinctively. Agadir, this Moroccan city, whose charm was shattered by the earthquake of February 1960, is one of the most beautiful tourist destinations in the world. To the delight of driving enthusiasts, it is good to drive there, in a private or rental car, to discover its hinterland and the Amazigh hospitality.
The city of Agadir is a seaside resort par excellence and has built up, over the years and thanks to tourist infrastructure that strives to align permanently with international standards, a worldwide reputation. If the visitors of passage are satisfied with its beaches and the practice of the water sports, the assiduous travelers, them, withdraw in vehicle in the heat of the Berber contact between the sublime landscapes at the edge of the splendid south.
For example, a drive to Immouzer, between imposing hills, valleys full of life and spectacular gorges and plateaus, provides a sense of escape. And, even if the access to some villages is to be negotiated with patience at the wheel, the pleasure of driving is all the more pronounced.
From Agadir, you can embark on an excursion in the direction of Tafraout. Barley and almond trees are in the spotlight under the shade of the pink granite mountains of the Anti-Atlas. By the way, a break in Tiznit is worth it to appreciate all the splendor and the authenticity of the Amazigh jewel.
If you are more in a dynamic of sustainable tourism, the 13 000 ha of the Souss Massa national park will certainly delight you by the richness of the fauna they shelter. Protected species and others endangered throughout the world find there one of the last refuges where they can still thrive.
Years, even decades, cannot claim to be exhaustive to tell all the beauty of Agadir. Don’t hesitate to discover it, and even better, to dare to drive it, so that you can stray willingly on the paths of its charm.