Agadir – Weather
Agadir is famous for its year round warm climate to go with its golden beaches. It typically sees hot dry summers and warm winters with a relatively small amount of rainfall. The climate in Agadir is hotter than most cities in North Africa due to its costal location and welcoming sea breeze. Summer starts in May and ends in November with temperatures rising from 20°C and peaking at around 26°C in July and August. The resort sees an impressive average of 11 hours of sunshine. Rainfall is more likely to occur in October and November, which is still fairly moderate. Winter starts in December through to April and is still warm with its highest temperatures ranging between 22°C and 26°C, but do significantly drop in the evenings. Typically winter sees most of the yearly rainfall with December being the wettest and coolest month to travel.