On the Atlantic coast, in southwest Morocco, is the city of Agadir. A tiny fishing community that was developed there in the 15th century was completely destroyed by an earthquake in 1960. The 1960s saw the reconstruction of the city, which has since grown to be a popular tourist destination noted for its markets, beaches, and cultural attractions. The Agadir Oufella, a hilltop stronghold with panoramic city views, and the Souk El Had, a traditional Moroccan market with a range of goods like spices, textiles, and jewelry, are two of the city's most well-liked tourist attractions. In addition, the city is a well-liked spot for water sports including windsurfing and surfing.