Agadir, a city located on the south Atlantic coast of Morocco in the foothills of the Anti-Atlas, is the capital of the province of Agadir Ida-Outanane. This seaside resort is renowned for its golf courses, its wide crescent beach and its seafront promenade lined with cafes, restaurants and bars. Perched on a hill, the Agadir kasbah was destroyed during an earthquake in 1960, but its original walls are still standing.
Taghazout is a fishing village located on the Atlantic coast of Morocco, north of the city of Agadir. It is renowned for its surfing beaches. Killer Point is a break point (surf spot) with powerful waves. To the south, La Source takes its name from the fresh water that gushes from the rocks. The waves of Anchor Point form rolls. Cafes and surf shops line the main street. Inland, the Tamraght River crosses the Paradise Valley, a palm-lined gorge with pools and waterfalls.