Agadir is a city in the south of Morocco located north of the mouth of the river Suz (Souss), on the coast of the Atlantic Ocean. The city was rebuilt with modern features and noted a strong demographic surge that has transformed into one of the most important tourist centers in the country. Agadir is an important commercial port and fishing harbor, the world’s largest exporter of sardines. The tall buildings, the broad avenues, the modern hotels and cafes and european style gives it a modern, contrasting with the typical landscape of a Moroccan city.