Agadir, Morocco Climate & Weather
Near the foothills of the Atlas Mountains, on the shore of the Atlantic Ocean, lies the city of Agadir. It's one of Southern Morocco's more modern cities and an important fishing port. Its mild climate and sandy beaches
have helped make it a popular seaside resort
Agadir is poised just on the Atlantic Ocean's coast on the western edge of north Africa, slightly north of the point where the Souss River flows into the ocean.
Moroccan climate varies according to season and region, but coastal cities like Agadir enjoy a warm Mediterranean climate throughout most of the year.
Summer & Winter Average Temperatures
During the summer months, daytime temperatures are around 79 degrees Fahrenheit, with pleasant nights averaging 64.4.
Fall and Spring Average Temperatures
Fall remains a temperate time of year with average highs in the upper 70's and lows in the upper 50's (Fahrenheit). Spring continues to be moderate with highs in the low 70's and lows in the mid 50's.
Heaviest rainfall generally occurs during December and January. However, Agadir boasts over 300 days of sun-shinning rays each year.
Southwest trade winds blow along the coastline, helping keep a moderate climate. That helps create excellent surfing conditions.
Keren Schiffman spent nearly a decade as a producer with CNN. She has been published in "Travel + Leisure" and continues to write travel articles while plotting her next great adventure. Schiffman earned a Bachelor of Arts in English from Tulane University.