Agadir: October Weather AveragesDaily averages for October
|Sunshine Hours||10 hrs|
|Chance of Sunny Day||25 %|
|Rainfall days||4 days|
|Chance of Rain||8 %|
|Chance of Cloudy Day||7 %|
|Chance of Windy Day||2 %|
Daily averages for October
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Averages for Agadir in October
October sees a drop in the number of tourists as the season draws to a close. The weather though is still very warm so this is a fantastic time of year to visit.
The average morning and evening relative humidity is unchanged from September, but due to a drop in monthly temperatures the dew point becomes a very comfortable average 15°C.
The average temperature during the day is an almost perfect 20°C with highs up to 26°C. You will still see a day or two where it goes above 32°C but over-all the temperature remains fairly constant. Lows at night drop three degrees from September norms to an average of 15°C, cool enough to ensure that you bring a light jacket to take the chill off during evening activities. It has never gotten above 36°C for as long as they have been keeping weather records for Agadir.
The record rainfall in October over the last almost 100 years was 170 mm but that was a once-in-a-lifetime event. The average monthly rain is 25mm or about one inch of drizzle or light showers over a 4 day period.
Plenty of sunshine during the day makes October seem almost like spring. Normally 78% of the days are sunny and 22% cloudy. The sun is up for over 11 hours a day all month. The UV number drops to 5 which is the low end of the high scale, so you will still need to take precautions.
The dew point is well into the comfort zone at 17°C so the air feels very pleasant in the mornings and evenings despite relative humidity averages of 88% in the mornings and 66% at night.
The average sea temperature is a very warm 21°C (that's about 68°F) so while you're relaxing and topping up your golden tan on Agadir Beach, you can take a refreshing dip in the sea or try your hand at some water sports.
Where to Stay
All rooms at the Bo Hotel and Spa contain small kitchens, refrigerators and eat-in areas. The Hotel Timoulay close to city centre is good for families and those wanting something not right on the beach but close by. The rooms have excellent views of the pool or ocean.
Swimming pool at Bo Hotel, Agadir.
Away from the beach and nearer to the souks, the Villa Charaf the small apartments have Moroccan themed décors. Each apartment comes equipped with hotplates, refrigerators and a microwave.
Ten minutes from city centre, the Jacaranda Golf Hotel has various packages available for the golfing enthusiast. Both the East and West courses were given a 4 star rating by Golf Digest.
The Hotel Kamal has a great location near the promenade and golf courses. It has large balconies and a pool. The Studios Jade et Jamila is another hotel with Moroccan furnishing and décor. The rooms are large with eat-in areas and kitchenettes.
Just north of Agadir in Taghzout there is the SunDesk Rooms and Apartments. A water sports and barbecue facility is conveniently on-site and most rooms have gorgeous views of the beach or city.
Things to do
There are many great golfing locations near Agadir. The Golf de L’ Ocean has a beautiful course and outstanding clubhouse. Another great choice is the Golf du Soleil. They have three different fairways and a five star spa right by the ocean and city limits of Agadir.
Massa by Land Rover provides the visitor with the opportunity to experience a unique sort of day trip. South of Agadir, the excursion includes travel by Land Rover, lunch and a walk along the river.
La Medina d’Agadir is an arts and crafts centre by the city. There are a variety of local handicrafts for sale here though the same sort of handicrafts can also be bought at the town’s souk.
The Medina of Essaouira is a UNESCO designated world heritage site along the coast north of Agadir. It is a great place to take a walk or enjoy a coffee and views from one of the many cafes nearby.
Medina of Essaouira, Agadir.
Hit the Beach
Just south of Agadir is the Berber village of Mirleft. The beaches there lack the accoutrements of the busy beaches closer to Agadir but the beauty is just the same. The beaches of Gzira and Imin Turga are great for relaxing alone or with family.
Red Cliff Beach near Tikioute village along the coastal highway is another great beach for just chilling out and getting away from the crowds by the resort areas. Located just south of the city, it is a great place to watch the sunset.
There are many other choices closer to all the action in the city of Agadir. To the north there is tam w-anza beach. Easy to get to and only a few kilometres from the promenade in Agadir, there is even the possibility this time of year you will have the beach to yourself.
Where to Eat and Drink
If you are looking for upscale dining try 33 Yacht Address. Right by the harbour, the location is such that you have fantastic views looking down along the entire beach front.
A more budget friendly place in the middle of the city is 1001 Nights. The menu includes Western and local fare and the prices are some of the cheapest in the city.
Somewhere in between in price is Le Mezzo Mezzo. Close to 1001 Nights, they serve good solid Italian food and efficient service.
There is something for everyone’s taste in Agadir. The Captains Tapa bar has a unique mixture of German, local and continental. They serve tapas, German cuisine and Moroccan fish breakfasts. Easy to find, it is right by the marina.
If the children crave fast food try SOS Poulet & Pizza. Take out is available.
October events in Agadir
13th October 2015
This public holiday is the Islamic New Year. It is celebrated on the first month of the Islamic calendar. Fatih Muharram is a time for Muslims to reflect on their year as well as the Migration made by the prophet Mohamed to the city of Medina.