Every weekend we head into Agadir to let out the party animals inside. Usually we have some pre-party fun at the house and then all load into taxis and party up a storm at a few of the numerous pubs and clubs in Agadir. Karaoke, bongo drums and techno beats combined with Moroccan beer means there’s never a dull (or sober) moment.
Every Friday evening after a hard week of sun, sand and surf, we head to the local hammam. This is a traditional bathhouse where you can go to steam up and scrub down using the special black soap that softens and moisturises the skin. If you have aching muscles from too much paddling, you can get an exfoliating massage for only 50 Dirhams.
Every Wednesday is barbecue night, and when the weather is right and the sunset looks dazzling, we take our BBQ to a nearby beach and have a feast with the sand as our stage and the sunset as our backdrop.
Once a week, we take you into Agadir to the traditional Souk. This is a huge market in the centre of Agadir where you can buy anything from souvenirs like tagines, brass works and rugs to fruit, spices, clothes and shoes. A definite cultural experience.
This is as it says. A little bit of paradise tucked away in the hills behind Taghazout. It is a little oasis with rock pools, waterfalls, jumping rocks and pure fresh water. On a nice sunny day, we can organise a trip to the valley so you can experience this beautiful place.