What’s the weather like in Agadir in July?
Located on the coast of Morocco, the city of Agadir has a dry desert climate bringing warm temperatures and plenty of sunshine to the resort all year round. In July, the city’s especially hot and dry, making this the ideal time of year to relax on the beach, take a dip in the cool Atlantic waters, or try out some new water sports.
At this time of year the average temperature in Agadir is a hot 26°C, reaching highs of 30°C in the peak of the afternoon. With high UV levels, make sure you apply sun cream regularly, seek shade and stay hydrated by drinking plenty of water. In the evenings, temperatures drop to a low of 18°C, so you may need a few warm layers for nights out. No rain’s expected in Agadir this month, while the sea’s a refreshing 21°C, perfect for cooling off in the heat of the afternoon.