In the south of Morocco, Agadir, capital of the Souss, is a famous seaside resort ideal for spending lazy moments. More than 6 km of fine sandy beach and exceptional sunshine (300 days a year) make Agadir a stage above all intended for rest, before (or after) discovering the Deep South. Little more, the inhabitants called Gadiri are most welcoming. Although modern, the Croisette and the marina remain charming with their pretty palm trees. However, the waterfront is sometimes too crowded. For those who want to leave it, the hinterland conceals beautiful wonders to discover, in particular the Route du Miel and the Paradis Valley.