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Cheap Flights to Agadir

Agadir Airport is located about 12 and a half miles from Agadir, Morocco, a premier resort destination on the coast of the Atlantic Ocean. Its growing popularity means there’s much for travelers to see and do in this warm and exotic city.

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Best time to book a flight to Agadir Airport

Agadir boasts pleasant temperatures year-round, although July to October tend to be on the warm side. A popular time to visit is during the dry season, which runs from May through August. This is a great time to hit up the many famous beaches in the area.

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Airlines that fly to Agadir Airport

This is a busy airport with dozens of airlines available, including the following:

  • Royal Air Maroc
  • TUI Fly
  • easyJet
  • Norwegian Air Shuttle
  • Condor

What to expect when arriving at Agadir Airport

Bus 22 can take you from the airport to Inezgane, a suburb of Agadir. From there buses 20, 24 or 28 travel into the city proper. There are also shared and solo taxis available, as well as the car rental services Easycar and Europcar.

Facilities at Agadir Airport

Agadir Airport has free Wi-Fi and a cafeteria. There’s also a currency exchange so travelers can grab the all-important Moroccan Dirham, a currency normally only obtained within Morocco itself.

What to see and do in Agadir

There are a wide variety of activities for travelers to partake in when visiting the beautiful city of Agadir. Festivals occur year-round, including the exciting Noiz Makerz urban music event and Breaking South, a renowned break-dancing competition. The Concert for Tolerance and Festival of Laughter are other notable events in Agadir.

Agadir is also known for its premier beaches perfectly situated for surfing and playing in the cobalt blue Atlantic Ocean. When you’ve soaked up enough rays, head into the city for a look at the Souk El Had, a humongous market featuring shops selling all manner of spices, foodstuffs, textiles and handicrafts. After your shopping trip you can discover unforgettable views of the city and sea at The Casbah, the oldest district of Agadir.

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