What’s the weather like in Agadir in May?
Sitting on Morocco’s southern coast along the Atlantic Ocean, Agadir has a subtropical climate. With just two seasons, a hot, dry summer and a mild winter, the resort’s popular all year round. The coastal city’s warm and sunny in May, making this the ideal month to enjoy the good weather while avoiding the high season crowds and the intense heat of summer.
In Agadir, the average daytime temperature is 20°C in May, perfect for getting out and about exploring the local sights. With highs of 26°C and a high UV index, you’ll need to find shade between 11am and 3pm, wear high factor sun cream and stay well hydrated. In the evenings temperatures can reach lows of 14°C, so make sure you pack warmer layers to wear on evenings out after dark. With just 5mm of rain expected in the month, showers are very light and infrequent.