Averages for Agadir in July

Weather Lowdown

July starts the 60 day, hottest-time-of-the-year, countdown in Agadir. July is also when tourists flock to the resort so this may not be the best time of year to travel to Agadir if you dislike excessive heat and busy crowds. 

The average high temperature reaches 25°C during the day and goes no lower than 18°C at night. At least two days a month will see temperatures climb to 32°C so make sure you stay hydrated. The winds won't...

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  • Temperature Temperature 26°C 75°F
  • High Temperature Holiday Weather 30°C 86°F
  • Low Temperature Holiday Weather 18°C 64°F
  • Sunshine Hours Sunshine Hours 12 hrs
  • Rainfall Rainfall 0 mm
  • Rainfall days Rainfall days 0 days
  • Sea Temperature Sea Temperature 21°C 70°F

Daily averages for Agadir

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Day 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31
°C 25 24 23 22 23 23 25 25 25 24 24 25 25 25 24 25 27 24 24 25 27 27 26 23 23 23 23 23 23 24 24
°F 77 75 73 72 73 73 77 77 77 75 75 77 77 77 75 77 81 75 75 77 81 81 79 73 73 73 73 73 73 75 75

Weather Lowdown

July starts the 60 day, hottest-time-of-the-year, countdown in Agadir. July is also when tourists flock to the resort so this may not be the best time of year to travel to Agadir if you dislike excessive heat and busy crowds. 

The average high temperature reaches 25°C during the day and goes no lower than 18°C at night. At least two days a month will see temperatures climb to 32°C so make sure you stay hydrated. The winds won't cool you down much as light breezes blow at most 6mph. The over-all average during the day of 22°C combined with comfortable average nighttime lows ensures weather will not require you need to pack anything but beach and tropical clothing.  You will need to pack plenty of sunscreen and skin lotions though.

Sunshine dominates the landscape in Agadir, especially in July. You will see the sun on average 13 hours each day. Daylight Savings Time though is observed and the hour lost in mid-June is already gained back by mid-July. Hence if you want to see the sunrise, you can do so at about 5:45AM until mid-month when the clocks go forward again and the sun will rise at 6:45AM.

The few clouds around dissipate by late morning. The extreme UV index of 11 though means that even when it is cloudy you need to lather on SPF 30+ sunscreen every 2 hours.

The average sea temperature is a very warm 21°C. The humidity in the mornings normally reaches 92% but drops by evenings to 72% on average. Combined this with the average temperatures and your dew point is 17 which is close to the comfort zone but can still feel a bit sticky.

July is one of the months where there is no measurable rainfall. If you experience any at all it will be at most one day a month and in the form of drizzle that almost immediately dissipates.

Things to do

Relax with a tour of the area in a horse drawn carriage. The Dar Souss Loisir, located on Avenue Hassan downtown, provides guided tours through all the scenic areas of the city.

Dar Souss Loisir Agadir horse carriage

Dar Souss Loisir, Agadir.

Need more exercise but still would like to tour? Then try the Agadir Bike Evasion excursion.  Take one of the maps along with you, which gives you routes to take with all the important stops marked.  Tour the harbour, souk, garden areas and beach areas.

Looking for a massage? Try a Moroccan hammam at the Nat Argan. They offer the traditional Moroccan hammam or steam bath along with fabulous massage treatments.

If you have time you should visit the Port of Essaouira located a short drive to the north of Agadir resort.  Built in 1769 by an English convert to Islam, it is a great place for an amateur photographer to snap some memorable photos.

Need a break from the noise? Then check out the Memoire d'Agadir museum. Small, it is dedicated to victims of the 1960 earthquake and displays mementos of the pre-1960 town of Agadir completely destroyed by the quake.

Hit the Beach

Hotels with direct beach access abound in Agadir. Heading south from the harbour, the Robinson Club just north of the mouth of the Souse River at the southern end of the city is a good choice. The beach is great and if it gets too crowded, there is a pool surrounded by palm trees and sand.

Robinson Club pool Agadir

Robinson Club pool, Agadir.

The beaches north of Agadir are slightly less crowded and just as enjoyable as the main beach destinations by the city. The small Berber town of Sidi Kaouki has great beaches and there is still plenty of activities. Great for families, the beaches are clean and surfing is one of the most popular pastimes. Try the Sidi Kaouki Surf Club, which boasts a great restaurant to hand out in as well as changing rooms and surf lessons.

Where to Eat & Drink

Club Zanzibar, located right on the southern end of the beach in Agadir, has great drinks and a party atmosphere. The young crowd makes it a wonderful place for singles to gather. The Club Salambbo at the Caribbean Village has a central location right by the beach. Le Mauresque Lounge on the north end of the city offers happy hour specials from 4-6 PM nightly.

For dinner, try Le Quai for typical Mediterranean cuisine. Want French? At La Pergola, you find the finest in French cooking and it is located only five minutes from the city centre. Surrounded by attractive gardens, this restaurant is one of the oldest in the area and dates from 1950.

Family eat-on-the-run cafes are everywhere. Try the Café Ibtissam or the Pizza Jardino for great pizza.

Where to Stay


Staying within walking distance of the beach is easy by Agadir. The Africa Spirit Surf House a few kilometres north of Agadir has beach bungalows and great surfing instruction. Nearby the Villa la Vue has scenic balconies, kitchenettes and even free bikes for use by guests.

Villa la Vue exterior and pool Agadir

Villa la Vue, Agadir. 

For the extremely budget conscious, try the Paradise Surf Hostel by Taghazout beach where rooms are only 24 quid per night. Even cheaper, if you are really adventurous and don't mind crashing at night in a dorm, you can stay at the nearby Oufella for 10 pounds sterling.

Less spartan but still reasonably priced, by Taghazout beach you can overnight at the Villa Azur Auberge. Forty minutes from the airport and in the heart of the village, it offers clean rooms and breathtaking views from the terrace.

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