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Be it haggling in the bustle of the souk or ambling in the air-conditioned luxury of the stores in the new town, Agadir will cater to your every shopping need. Whether you're looking for hand-crafted ceramics, leather garments, carved figurines or spices for that tagine you’re going to impress the folks back home with, be sure to have hard cash and never to accept the first price.City CentreOne of the main shopping areas is situated around Boulevard Hassan II and Avenue du Prince Moulay Abdullah. You will find numerous boutiques and department stores selling a range of fashion items, as well as souvenir shops selling all manner of Moroccan trinkets and hand-crafted pieces.
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Souk al-HadFor the authentic Moroccan shopping experience, head for the walled Souk al-Had and wander around the winding alleys, breathe in the sights, sounds and smells of this lively marketplace. Here, you will find farmers selling their freshly grown produce, spices that fill the air and that are finely sculpted into pyramids and metalwork that has been skilfully manipulated into the most ornate lanterns. All this and a myriad of other curiosities and oddities are waiting to be discovered in the secret alleys of the souk.
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Souk Berbere ArtisanalSouk Berbere Artisanal specializes in locally-designed jewelry, but the offer goes well beyond, including lavish rugs and carpets, ornate furniture, such as chests and bureaus, beautifully decorated vases and tea sets, and even bags and tajines, among many others.
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L'Echappee Belle Etape BerbereL'Echappee Belle Etape Berbere is an elegant and modern boutique that showcases contemporary Moroccan design items, ranging from clothing and shoes to accessories, homeware and even some confectionery, jams and oils. Their products are on the cutting edge of design but manage to keep an authentic Moroccan feel.
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Agadir Argan ShopArgan oil is a locally produced oil extracted from the argan tree, native only to Morocco. It is used for many purposes, including for dipping bread and spraying on couscous and other dishes. It is also used in many cosmetic products and is said to have numerous benefits. Agadir Argan Shop offers a huge array of such products, and the staff is always happy to explain each one.
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Ensemble ArtisanalThe Ensemble Artisanal Agadir consists of a multitude of merchant stalls and small shops offering items including traditional Moroccan crafts such as pottery, baskets, ironwork and many others. The market was established in the center of the new city of Agadir after 1960, because the old souk craft was destroyed entirely during an earthquake that shook the city.
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Marché CentralMarché Central is a relatively compact covered market with everything from local produce and fresh fruit to leather and crafts on offer. It's significantly smaller and more tranquil than the city's main souk.
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Librairie Al MouggarIf you're in need of some good reading material while visiting Agadir, head to Librairie Al Mouggar. They have a wide selection of French titles, as well as English-language novels and guide books.
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Marjane AgadirMarjane is a large department store that offers a huge range of products designed to meet all needs. Shoppers can find clothes, homeware, accessories, and of course a large supermarket where it is possible to find many international products, as well as local and regional items.
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Tamara Surfshop and SkateshopIf you're looking to take advantage of the great surfing opportunities that can be found in and around Agadir, Tamara Surf and Skateshop can provide you with everything you might need, from boards to suits and accessories, as well as skate gear and clothes.
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