Refinement, modernity, and authenticity overlooking the ocean

Agadir, station balnéaire prisée du Maroc, cumule d’innombrables atouts. Elle déroule plusieurs kilomètres de plage de sable fin, se trouve à proximité de la célèbre baie de Taghazout et jouit de pas moins de 300 jours de soleil par an ! Située sur la côte atlantique sud du Royaume, la ville dévoile bien d’autres attraits. Entre amis, en couple ou même en solo, vivez des séjours tout à fait exceptionnels dans la Perle du Sud. Détente, sport, nature, dépaysement… À vous de choisir ! The View Agadir vous propose une ambiance sereine dans un cadre idyllique. Idéalement situé en front de mer, l’établissement vous offre une expérience hôtelière hors du commun et des vues à couper le souffle avec sa magnifique plage de sable fin et son environnement plein de verdure. Son design chic et élégant fait écho à ce décor : pierres naturelles, tonalités douces, passages en bois, végétation, chambres avec vue sur l’océan… Tout invoque la quiétude. Une quiétude qui vous accompagne tout au long de votre séjour. Quelle que soit l’expérience que vous souhaitez vivre, The View Agadir s’occupe de tout et vous propose des expériences uniques : déjeuner entre amis dans l’un de nos restaurants, hammam traditionnel dans notre luxueux spa, cours de yoga dans notre centre wellness, dîner privé en amoureux dans un endroit insolite, évènements festifs, parcours de golf, kitesurf, sorties en bateau, en quad, à cheval… Faites-nous part de vos envies, nous les réalisons.

How to reach The View Agadir ?
The View Agadir Hotel is situated on the seafront, 500 meters from the center of Agadir, 3 kilometers from the Agadir golf course and the El Had souk, and about twenty kilometers from Taghazout Bay and the Souss Massa National Park.
Contact & Location

The View Agadir

Address : Boulevard 20 août, Agadir - Morocco
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Frequently Asked Questions
(FAQ)
How Many days do I need to visit Agadir ?

You can explore the city in two days if you stay in Agadir itself, but it would be a shame not to discover the beauties of the region. How can you come to the capital of Souss without exploring the Paradise Valley, located just an hour away, to spend a day or at least half a day there? The same goes for Souss Massa National Park and other must-visit attractions. Plus, Agadir offers kilometers of beach, fine sand, and ocean waiting for you to relax and enjoy water sports. Therefore, a duration of five days seems ideal to have time to fully appreciate the beauty and pleasures of the city.

Where to stay in Agadir ?

The hotel offer in Agadir is very diverse. Ideally, choose an establishment located by the sea to fully enjoy the long fine sandy beach, but which is also close to the city. Like The View Agadir. Located on the seafront, this hotel is bordered by the beach and is only 500 meters from the city center. It offers elegant rooms and suites with ocean views, restaurants, swimming pools, a spa, and numerous indoor and outdoor activities.

 

How Many Days to Visit Agadir? You can visit the city in two days if you stay in Agadir itself, but it would be a shame not to discover the beauties of the region. How can you come to the capital of Souss without discovering the Paradise Valley, located just an hour away, to spend a day or at least half a day? The same goes for the Souss Massa National Park as well as the other must-sees to visit. And then, Agadir has kilometers of beach, fine sand, and ocean waiting for you to relax and practice water sports. A duration of five days seems ideal to have time to enjoy the beauty and pleasures of the city.

What to do in Agadir ?

The Cable Car Take advantage of the breathtaking views over Agadir Bay and its 5 km of golden sandy beaches flanked by mountains revealing the expanse of the argan tree groves. Its first line was inaugurated in the summer of 2022, and its departure station heads towards the Kasbah of Agadir Oufella. You can thus admire, over a distance of 1,700 linear meters, aerial views of the city, mountains, argan groves, the bay, and the Atlantic Ocean. Impressive!


Crocoparc 
This park will delight both young and old. You can observe over 300 Nile crocodiles in an environment carefully created to mimic their natural habitat, as well as giant tortoises, iguanas, and white-tufted marmosets. All within a botanical garden, or rather several richly appointed theme gardens with hundreds of species and varieties of exotic plants from all over the world.


Agadir Marina
Enjoy a pleasant seaside stroll in this must-visit spot. You'll find cafes, shops, restaurants, and of course boats and yachts moored at the marina. You can also rent a boat for a day or just a few hours.


Paradise Valley
Just thirty kilometers from the city of Agadir, Paradise Valley takes you to discover the beauty of the Gadiri hinterland. You will find natural pools in the form of rocky basins, numerous small waterfalls, and breathtaking landscapes. The waters of this magnificent valley are said to have therapeutic properties.


Souss Massa National Park
Located along the Moroccan Atlantic coast about sixty kilometers south of Agadir, the park covers 33,000 hectares of wetlands, unique in combining dunes, greenery, and water. At the mouth of the Massa River, numerous migratory birds can be observed since it is their breeding area. There are gulls, cormorants, herons, and even falcons. Saharan mammals also inhabit the park, such as gazelles, jackals, and wild boars.
 

 

 

 


 

How to get around in Agadir?

The city center is easily accessible on foot, as the topography is relatively flat. You can rent a car, with or without a driver, for your explorations of the hinterland. The hotel can assist you and/or guide you in the process. There is also an abundance of taxis available. For those who prefer two wheels, there are several bike and scooter rental options.

What to see in Agadir ?

The famous Agadir Oufella kasbah This is one of the most emblematic historical sites of the city, dating back to the 16th century and situated at the top of a mountain more than 236 meters above the sea. This fortress was built in 1540 under the reign of Mohamed Ech-Cheikh of the Saadian dynasty to counter the attacks of the Portuguese colonists. The earthquake of 1960 left only ruins, but restoration and rehabilitation works are underway to restore its former glory. The enclosure walls and the defense borj are already completed. The kasbah is once again open to the public who can enjoy the exceptional panoramic view of the bay, the city, and the hinterland.


Anza Beach and dinosaur footprints Anza Beach, just a few kilometers north of Agadir, is worth the detour and its name has gone around the world. It was in 2017 that the footprints, already noticed for years by the inhabitants, were officially identified by scientists as dinosaur footprints dating back 85 million years. Go hunt for traces of these prehistoric reptiles at low tide. For history, for culture, or just to relive the "Jurassic Park" spirit of our childhood!


Souk El Had This authentic traditional market is one of the largest souks in Morocco. You will find more than 6000 shops of spices, clothing, fruits, vegetables, fine leather goods, and much more. Its many treasures attract crowds of national and international visitors. You can purchase argan oil, buy souvenirs for your family and friends, or enjoy a delicious mint tea.

 

The Amazigh Heritage Municipal Museum This museum dedicated to the memory of the Berber heritage allows you to discover Amazigh culture in immersion. You will find more than 200 handcrafted masterpieces, including jewelry, clothing, and traditional rugs. You will also discover many traditional tools, typical works of regional architecture, and contemporary art exhibitions.

 

Coco Polizzi's Medina This is a somewhat special medina since it is located outside of Agadir, about fifteen minutes away, and is not the historic medina of the city. It is located a few kilometers from the city center and is more like a museum or an artistic creation. Indeed, it is the work of the Italian artist Coco Polizzi, who set out in the early 1990s to reconstruct the medina of Agadir that had been destroyed during the earthquake of 1960. He did so by respecting traditional construction techniques and architectural codes of the Souss Massa region. Result: the new medina immerses you in the magical atmosphere of an ancient medina. Perfect for finding handicraft products. Shuttles regularly travel there from Agadir. The hotel can provide information.

Where to eat in Agadir ?

The capital of Souss is full of restaurants and cafes, both by the sea and in the city. The View Agadir offers you six unique culinary experiences to meet your desires:


Le V, To start your day right, Le V offers a varied range of fresh and authentic breakfast stations, catering to various preferences. We present freshly prepared bakery products, a selection of pure honeys and homemade jams, a variety of meats, cheeses, cereals, fresh juices, and healthy options. In addition, we serve hot dishes made to order and a range of innovative food choices, while staying local, guaranteeing a delicious breakfast experience.


Mima Kitchen unveils a contemporary Moroccan cuisine. The chef honors the culinary combinations of Morocco and the treasures of its terroir, thus creating fusion plates with world cuisines.


Le Sensya offers reimagined Italian dishes with flavors, textures, and colors that awaken your senses. Its creative menu takes you on a journey through a new Italy.


Le Chay Lounge invites you for a timeless moment, to experience the Moroccan tea ritual, in a delicate and refined setting. Here, you will discover a rich selection of teas, to be enjoyed with some sweets.


LeDielli welcomes you by the pool in a chill-out ambiance. On the menu: salad bar, premium burgers, cocktails, and relaxation.
The Cedar lounge, open from 9:00 am to midnight, transitions from a co-working space during the day to a lively place in the evening where the atmosphere is relaxed and festive.


The city center is easily walkable, particularly as the terrain is quite flat. You can rent a car, with or without a driver, for your excursions into the hinterland. The hotel can assist and/or guide you in the process. Taxis are also abundantly available. For those who prefer two wheels, there are a few bicycle and scooter rental services available.