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On the coast of Morocco, Agadir is an absolute treasure. It is a city designed with the visitor in mind, with wide streets, palm-lined boulevards, and bright white buildings. One of the best vacation spots in Morocco is Agadir, where visitors come from all over the world to enjoy the 300 days of sunshine and beautiful beaches. The coastal breezes that...

Agadir Golf Holidays

On the coast of Morocco, Agadir is an absolute treasure. It is a city designed with the visitor in mind, with wide streets, palm-lined boulevards, and bright white buildings. One of the best vacation spots in Morocco is Agadir, where visitors come from all over the world to enjoy the 300 days of sunshine and beautiful beaches. The coastal breezes that blow off the Atlantic in the summer help to cool down the heat, and it rarely gets cold enough in the winter to require long sleeves.

Agadir has long been a popular beach vacation spot because it is located along the beautiful Atlantic coast. However, the quality of the golf courses in this area has increased the demand for Agadir golf vacations, which now rival Marrakech as Morocco's top golfing destination. Some of Morocco's best golf courses include Golf Les Dunes, Golf Du Soleil, Taghazout Bay, and Golf de l'Ocean. Since direct flights to Agadir are now easily accessible, this region absolutely needs to be considered when traveling to Morocco.

As previously stated, Agadir is a hidden golfing gem in Morocco, and golfers can anticipate playing quality courses without any delays. However, the quiet fairways make Agadir golf truly exceptional. Besides, the district's fame has implied there are a lot of top inns to pick from which just reinforces Agadir's place as a top decision for a Moroccan golf occasion.

Popular Golf Courses in Agadir

For those looking to stay and play on-site, the Taghazout Bay Resort just north of Agadir is home to a fantastic Kyle Phillips designed golf course, which meanders through the natural Argan landscape. The course offers spectacular clifftop views and with the 5* resort just a stone’s throw from the first tee, there’s ample opportunity to play as much as you’d like on your golf holiday to Morocco.

Golfers will be hard-pressed to find a better spot than the aptly named Golf Du Soleil. This golf club is peppered with large and strategically placed bunkers, protecting the immaculately conditioned green complexes. In addition to the Championship 18-holes, the additional 9-holes loop has been designed in a Floridian style, with the course hugging the site’s impressive water features.
 
Elsewhere in Agadir, Golf de l’Ocean is also home to 27-holes and is the regions newest course. The fantastic clubhouse allows guests to enjoy a post-round beverage, soaking up the panoramic views offered up by the bar’s sun terrace. The main course here isn’t long by modern standards, measuring just 6,786 off the very back tees, however, the hazards here come in the shape of perfectly placed pine trees and sculpted sand dunes. Make sure you add this course to your next golf trip to Agadir, with it only going to improve in standing and stature over the coming years.
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Completing Your Agadir Golf Break
We at findagolfbreak.com offer a broad selection of 4 and 5-star accommodation. Which range from B&B to all-inclusive. Combining Arabian and Moorish architecture within its spacious rooms featuring quality fabrics and individual balconies, this hotel emits a truly balanced feel.
 
For any further information on any of the lavish and luxurious Hotels mentioned. Or to delve deeper into our fantastic collection of accommodation, visit our Morocco Golf Holidays section.
 
Whilst you can immerse yourself in traditional Moroccan cuisine. Many hotels and restaurants offer international dishes from Italy to Asia. French cuisine is also extremely popular in countless Marrakech Hotels. With endless diversity, you can indulge on flavourful dishes from all over the globe.
 
To add to an already perfect package, here at findagolfbreak.com we will arrange all transfers to and from the airport and golf courses. Meaning you can relax and enjoy your golf break, without needing to ever worry about planning your transport.
Popular Accommodations In Agadir:

There are lots of great accommodations in Agadir for your next golf break in Morocco, here are just a selection:

  • Hyatt Place Hotel
  • Fairmont Taghazout Bay
  • Hyatt Regency
  • Iberostar Founty Beach
  • Kenzi Europa
  • Riad Villa Blance
  • Tikida Palace
  • White Beach Resort
After The Golf:
Souk el Had
 
Also written Souq al Had, Souk el Had is Agadir’s main market, a cavernous warehouse of around 6,000 stalls selling everything from spices, fruit, and vegetables through to clothes, perfume, carpets, pottery, shisha pipes, and electronics. Tailors around the market can alter garments or make them to your specifications.
 
Argan Palace
 
Those looking to be pampered Moroccan-style will find everything they need at the Argan Palace, one of Agadir’s most luxurious spas. As well as enjoying a steam, scrub and soap massage in the traditional hammam, a range of massages and treatments are available, from a typical Berber massage to relaxing oil massages and reflexology. Alongside the spa and hammam, the Argan Palace runs a shop selling its top quality, organic cosmetics and perfumes, enriched with the region’s famous argan oil.
 
Crocoparc
 
Just southeast of Agadir, Crocoparc is one of Morocco’s most unusual and popular attractions—a botanical park that’s home to more than 300 Nile crocodiles. After entering the park through a huge, artificial crocodile mouth, visitors roam the five thematic gardens to see the crocodiles in pools and admire the park’s flora.
 

 

Travelling To Agadir:
Low-cost airlines and the new airline AirArabia Maroc will offer year-round direct flights from London Gatwick, Stansted, and Manchester, lowering the cost of getting to this wonderful destination.
Agadir - Weather Guide:

Agadir has a semi-arid steppe climate with only two seasons: warm, dry summers and mild, little-to-no-rainfall winters. The temperature typically fluctuates between 8°C and 31°C throughout the year, rarely falling below 4°C or exceeding 37°C.The temperatures here are much more manageable than those in most of northern Africa. This is mostly because it is on the coast, where the cool sea breeze helps keep temperatures down. The climate gets more extreme the further you go inland.

Between May and November, Agadir experiences summer, with an average temperature of 22.5°C.May's average temperature is a cool 20°C, but July and August are the hottest months of the year, reaching 26°C.After that, temperatures begin to fall as summer turns into winter.If you find the heat of the day to be too much, you always know that the evenings will bring some relief because there is a significant difference between average highs during the day and average lows in the middle of the night.
Temperatures range from 14°C to 18°C on average for highs and 25°C to 30°C for lows.Even though you'll be fine in beach clothes during the day, you might need a light jacket or a jumper in the evening to keep warm.
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