FlightNetwork famous website has ranked Morocco’s Agadir beach 37th among the world’s top 50 city beaches.
The website notes that the “golden sands” of the Agadir beach has something for everyone: A gradually sloping shore for non-swimmers, jet-skis for adventure-seekers, a tourist train for children, and vendors selling food for the hungry.
Legzira beach in Tiznit was classified in both Africa’s top 50 beaches, and the world’s top 50 “untouched” beaches worldwide. The beach is perfect for people who desire to spend some quality time alone with mother nature while listening to the waves’ symphony.
FlightNetwork said Tiznit’s “remote stretch of beach makes you feel like you’ve traveled back in time to a long lost land undiscovered by humans.” The website noted the beach’s two magnificent redstone arches that stretch into the ocean.
The Agadir beach is a masterpiece, especially if viewed from Agadir Oufella, a mountain perch that allows the visitor to panoramically admire the city.
The catalogue of the World’s Top 50 Beaches was collated by over 1,200 journalists, editors, bloggers, and agencies’ feedback who have adopted the culture of traveling as lifestyle.