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Make a holiday rental, home, or cottage in Aourir, Morocco your home away from home

Holidaymakers looking to get away to a warm exotic destination can turn to the North African country of Morocco for an affordable vacation. Aourir in Western Morocco is a beautiful destination with a lot of fun and interesting things to do in and around this village. Here visitors will find numerous different places to stay including self catering accommodation, villas, cottages and apartments.

Things to do on holiday to Aourir, Morocco

Aourir has a good stretch of sandy beaches that are ideal for relaxing ad soaking up the sunshine. As it is situated on the North Atlantic coast there are some nice places to swim as well as try some windsurfing, sailing and other watersports. Surfing is especially popular here with tuition provided to people of all levels. The area is well suited to fishing with various trips offered along this coast. Visitors can take some pleasant scenic walks in and around this coastal village. In nearby Agadir there is also the option of night time horseback tours or holidaymakers might like to take an excursion on the back of a camel. There are several golf clubs in Morocco including four in Agadir; The Royal Golf Club, The Dunes Golf Club, Golf De l’Ocean and Soleil Golf Club. There are many places to dine in and around Aourir with traditional Moroccan eateries and seafood restaurants, while more options are available in nearby Agadir. Gifts and souvenirs can be found in the village souk. Self catering holidaymakers can purchase food and drinks from the souk or the local supermarket.

Places to visit on holiday to Aourir, Morocco

There are some interesting places to visit in Agadir including historic building and museums. Good examples are La Medina d’Agadir and Musee du Patrimoine Amazigh. Guided tours of other cities in Morocco such as Marrakech or Casablanca can be arranged as well as camel treks across the Sahara and taking in views of the Atlas Mountains. Other impressive places nearby include Paradise Valley, which is an area of outstanding natural beauty and the wonderful waterfalls at Immouzer. The Souss-Massa River National Park is 40 kilometres south of Agadir and is another beautiful place to visit.

Weather in Aourir, Morocco

The hottest time of the year in Aourir is usually July and August when the average maximum high temperature is about 28 to 29 degrees centigrade. These two months also average about nine hours of sunshine per day. There is hardly any rain between June and August. January and December see an average of six rainy days per month.

Travel to Aourir, Morocco

There are many flights to Agadir Al Massira Airport (AGA) from major European cities such as Amsterdam, Berlin, Brussels, Dublin, London, Milan and Paris amongst others. Aourir is approximately seven kilometres north of Agadir. Easycar and Europcar are the only car rental companies operating at the airport but there are taxis available outside the terminal building as well.

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Great Family Gathering & Retreat

5 of 5
Our family met here for our annual holiday. We age from 10 years to 89..and from all over the globe so we needed somewhere we could all enjoy..and this ws definately it! The Villa is beautiful, nicely spread out and many rooms to choose to relax in..from inside to outside..We did spend most of our time outside by the Pool..but also had wonderful evenings on the upstairs terrace and about the house. The staff were so hospitable; Nadia ensured we had what we needed, and was about if we had questions..without feeling they were on top of us. We had a choice of excursions..and decided to alternate days out with the villa..as hard to leave the place..We got a guided tour of the Market, drove out to Beduin House as well as Richard Bransons Retreat for lunch (a greta scenic drive of the area..in the Atlas Mountains)..some also went Dune Buggy driving..and thoroughly enjoyed. A truly wonderful family break in a gorgeous place ..made it very hard to leave....
  • Review Submitted: Jul 18, 2017
  • Date of Stay: Jul 2017

Tthe best place we have found in Morocco, at last!

5 of 5
Having spent years going to Morocco and exploring, we have finally found the perfect place nestled between the Marrakesh and the mountains, and finally our search is over, we will not be staying anywhere else, it's perfect. We both agreed that it would have been as perfect for us in our twenties as it will be in our 40's. Al-Limuna is the oasis we have been looking for, far from the madding crowd but close enough to nip in to the bustle of the souks, the bars and the entertainment. The house is surrounded by calm and the blanket of snow rests on the mountains providing a dramatic backdrop on which to gaze from the roof top, the bedroom balconies, the pool, the breakfast table, the garden, the verandah, the terrace, anywhere all day but especially when the colours change, either at sunset with a negroni or sunrise with fresh juices. The staff are immaculate. One is barely conscious of them until just before you realise you need something. Latifa surprised us daily with exceptionally good fresh food, so that we felt thoroughly restored by the time we had to go. Sa'ed was a huge help for everything we needed and Zoubeida served us beautifullly, and always had a smile or a laugh for us. There are several different eating areas, three of which are out doors, and enough space for everyone to have privacy. The interior has been very well laid out, the rooms are all stylish, spacious, airy with good hot water and walk-in showers. We enjoyed log fires in the evening when it was cooler, even after swimming in the pool in the sun that same morning, in January! The pool has some protection for small children, and camels were laid on for us to go for a ride. Getting around is easy and there is plenty to explore up in the Atlas Mountains as well as the city. We and gone to switch off and read, but found there was so much to enjoy and explore, that we can't wait to go back again, to sit still and read.
  • Review Submitted: Nov 17, 2016
  • Date of Stay: Jan 2016