Cruises to Agadir, Morocco

Visit the town of Agadir with MSC Cruises. Agadir is a major town in south west Morocco, North Africa. Find the perfect Mediterranean Cruise to Agadir with MSC Cruises.

A fascinating city surrounded by the Antiatlas, the Sahara Desert, natural parks, and secluded beaches

Agadir is a major town in south west Morocco, North Africa. Although much of the old city was destroyed by an earthquake in the 1960s, today Agadir is a vital and bustling modern city.

Use Agadir as a base from which to explore this fascinating region of Morocco. Leave your luxury MSC cruise ship in Agadir port and come away from the ship for the day.

Our excursions packages offer an easy and relaxing way to view the local sights and ensure you benefit from the best deals on the attractions.

Just some of the sights that our itineraries cover include an excursion to the ‘pink city’ of Taroudant, full of souks and ancient historical ramparts. Learn more about the history of Agadir with our city tour, which will take you to the heart of the remaining old town - the ‘Kasbah’ - with its attractive streets, squares and intriguing boutiques, where you are sure to pick up great holiday souvenirs.

Travelling with children? They can let off steam on family-friendly Palm Beach, equipped with a dedicated children’s play area. Young and old will like the ‘Vallée des Oiseaux’, a shady playground with aviary and zoo.

Infuse your vacation with a real flavor of Morocco during our special evening show, a folkloric display of traditional music and dance accompanied with authentic Moroccan mint tea and honey pastries.

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Cruise to Agadir - Morocco - Mediterranean - MSC Cruises

Directions


The cruise terminal lies at the northwest tip of Agadir’s main attraction: the 8 km long crescent-shaped, very clean beach. The central stretch is the best part and is a 5-minute taxi ride or a 15-20 minute walk along the coast road. The town and the souk lie behind the central beach.

Port average temperature

Located along the Atlantic Ocean, Agadir has a very temperate climate. The daytime temperature generally stays in the 20°C every day, with the winter highs typically reaching 20.7°C in December-January. The annual temperatures are very similar to Nairobi, Kenya, but with much more rainfall, and the mid-year nights are less chilly than Nairobi.

The temperate figures shown are based on monthly average weather conditions for the selected port. Weather data is not real-time, and sometimes no data is shown for a specific date, month or port in general.

AGADIR Months
Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec
Average high °C (°F) 20
(68)
20
(69)
22
(72)
21
(71)
22
(73)
23
(75)
25
(78)
26
(79)
26
(80)
24
(76)
23
(74)
20
(69)
Averagelow °C (°F) 8
(47)
10
(50)
11
(53)
12
(55)
15
(59)
16
(62)
18
(65)
18
(66)
18
(65)
15
(60)
12
(55)
9
(49)
 
 AGA01 - TAROUDANT (approx. 5 hours) - 2014
Difficulty level: moderate - May involve inclines, steps, uneven surfaces and/or extended periods of standing  Panoramic tour  Drink included  Shopping  Leave the port and enjoy a 1.5-hour coach drive across the Sous Valley, lined with citrus plantation, to reach the pink city of Taroudant. Often referred as the “Grandmother of Marrakech” as it looks like a smaller Marrakech with its ramparts, Taroudant was briefly used as a capital by the Saadians. Today almost the entire city is located inside its pink earthen walls; a photo stop is scheduled for picture-taking. Next you will enjoy a shopping stop at its colourful souk with some free time at “Place Assarag” – the favourite meeting place for the inhabitants of the city. Enjoy a stop for a refreshing drink before returning to Agadir and to your cruise ship.

Price per person $66.00 Adults $46.00 Children

   


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 AGA02 - MELTING POT OF OLD AND NEW: AGADIR CITY (approx. 4 hours) - 2014
Difficulty level: easy - May involve a limited quantity of steps, uneven surfaces and/or periods of standing  Panoramic tour  Tasting included  Only a short distance from the shifting sands of the Sahara Desert and the imposing Anti-Atlas mountains lies the Moroccan port of Agadir, a city of many contrasts. A chance to soak up the unique old-world atmosphere of the amazing Kasbah, a former stronghold situated at approx. 236 m above mean sea level, begins your tour. On account of two earthquakes – one that shook the city in 1731 and the other in 1960 – the Kasbah is not only one of Agadir’s few surviving historical buildings, but also forms a winning counterpoint to the port’s predominantly modern architecture. As the heart of Agadir’s social life, the bustling city centre is both a vibrant hub of restaurants, shops, bars and cafés as well as home to key sights such as the central post office, the new city hall and the court of law. To round off your exploration of Agadir, you can also look forward to an authentic taste of Berber life in the shape of the “Fantasia” folklore show, along with some delicious mint tea and Moroccan pastries. You will then begin to head back to your ship with fresh memories of special moments shared.

Price per person $59.00 Adults $41.00 Children

   


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Shore Excursions programs and Itineraries may vary depending on local conditions and/or any unforeseen events in relation to the timing on the day of the tour. Some excursions are very popular and therefore availability cannot always be guaranteed, It is advisable to book in advance to avoid disappointment.