Road network

Linking the North of Morocco to its South, Souss-Massa is an important crossroads for the exchange of goods and the movement of people. It is therefore equipped with an important road infrastructure. Capital of the Region, Agadir is served by the A3 motorway which runs along the N8, and is the meeting point of two important national roads: The N1 which crosses the Region vertically to the West from the coast bypassing Taghazout, and continues to Tiznit on the expressway; and the N10 which leads to Taroudannt and continues east. The Region is also crossed to the south by the N12, coming from Drâa-Tafilalet, which passes through Tissint, Tata, Akka and Fam El Hisn. That is a total of 1,019 km of national roads, in addition to 1,245 km of regional roads and 2,987 km of provincial roads.

Aerial Transport

The Region has only one international airport, Agadir Al Massira (AGA), which remains the third nationally in terms of traffic with (1,929,230) passengers in 2018. It has an airstrip of a length of (3200m), a terminal with an area of ​​(26550m²), with a capacity of 3 million passengers per year and a car park of 2.5 ha. It is managed by ONDA.

Maritime transport

The Souss-Massa Region is equipped with port infrastructures allowing the transport and transit of passengers and goods in the best conditions. The port of Agadir is one of the important sites of Morocco, especially in terms of foreign trade, it recorded a traffic of loaded goods in 2017 of 2M tons of goods.

Land transportation

The Souss-Massa Region has 4 bus stations located in Agadir, Taroudannt, Tiznit and Tata. There are more than 221 departures and 614 transit coaches. Also, about thirty grand taxi places are distributed between the main cities and the urban and rural municipalities, some 130 car rental agencies offer their services, ranging from the rental of a simple city car to an off-road vehicle with a professional driver.

Tourism infrastructure

With its strong tourism potential, Souss-Massa is ranked as the second tourism pole of the Kingdom, with a predominant share of the city of Agadir which totals nearly (73%) of the tourism offer. The Region has a wide range of accommodation establishments, including 250 classified hotels, and thousands of inns, guest houses, cottages and tourist residences.


In 2018, the Region has 2 specialized hospitals and 7 General hospitals with a total capacity of 1538 beds, including 530 beds in Agadir. It is also home to 50 urban health centers and 250 rural and communal health centers. The region also has 23 private medical institutions and 431 medical clinics.