This town, located on Morocco’s southern Atlantic coast is a very popular destination, although it does get very warm during the summer months.
A lot of locals stroll around the long walkway that is the promenade of Agadir beach as there many are cafes and restaurants, some of which stay open late. This spot is especially popular during the summer when it can get very hot and the locals like to come to enjoy the cooler sea breezes, before and after dinner. In August there is a music festival that will bring even more people to enjoy the promenade at night.
Traditional Music and Dancing
Every evening you can go to a restaurant or bar with a terrace for dinner or a drink. Many places also host live music, especially around the Boulevard du 20 Aout. In several hotels, such as the Hotel Igoudar, they offer traditional dances and music one or more evenings a week. The women wear very colorful dresses as they perform traditional dances accompanied by Moroccan music.
Atlas Amadil Beach Hotel
Visitors have the option to sit inside in the atrium, near the bar, or outside with a view of the ocean and Kasbah Hill in the background.
Later in the evening there is live music in the atrium. A visit the beach and ocean area is very nice and peaceful at night, and you can walk on the sand of the beach or along the corniche. The Atlas Amadil has a beach bar, as do many of the neighboring hotels, where you can enjoy a drink on the beach or one of the terraces.
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