Agadir is a noteworthy city in mid-southern Morocco. Agadir is situated on the shore of the Atlantic Ocean close to the foot of the Atlas Mountains, only north of the point where the Sus River streams into the sea. It is 508 km south of Casablanca. It is the capital of the Agadir Ida-U-Tanan Prefecture and of the Sus-Massa monetary locale. A greater part of its occupants speak Tashelhit Berber, one of the assortments of the Berber dialect. Agadir is one of the major urban focuses of Morocco. The region of Agadir recorded a populace of 421,844 in the 2014 Moroccan registration.
As indicated by the 2004 statistics, there were 346,106 occupants in that year and the number of inhabitants in the Prefecture of Agadir-Ida Outanane was 487,954 tenants. Three dialects are talked in the city: Tashelhit first dialect of the dominant part, Moroccan Arabic, and French. The city was devastated by a quake in 1960; it has been totally revamped with required seismic guidelines. It is presently the biggest ocean side resort in Morocco, where outside travelers and numerous occupants are pulled in by a curiously gentle year-round atmosphere.
Since 2010 it has been very much served by minimal effort flights and a motorway from Tangier. The city draws in all kinds of different backgrounds; it has had a yearly development rate of more than 6% every year in lodging request while lodging creation scarcely surpasses 3.4%. The mellow winter atmosphere January normal early afternoon temperature 20.5 °C/69 °F and great shorelines have made it a noteworthy "winter sun" goal for northern Europeans.