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    Agadir weather June

    What's the weather like in Agadir in June?

    With its arid desert climate, the Moroccan coastal city of Agadir is warm and sunny all year round. In June temperatures are warm but not unbearably hot, so this is a great time of year to relax on the beaches, soak up the sun and explore the city without overheating. The days in June are long and beautifully sunny, and the resort’s less busy than during the peak season.


    If you visit Agadir in June, you’ll be greeted by an average temperature of 23°C, with highs of 27°C in the afternoons. Although it’s not swelteringly hot, UV levels are still very high so make sure you cover up in the direct sunshine and wear plenty of sun cream. The Atlantic waters are a refreshing 20°C at this time of year, so it’s nice to take a dip in the sea during the hottest part of the day. After dark temperatures drop to a low of 17°C, so it’s worth packing some extra layers for evenings out.

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