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Cheap flights to Agadir

Why You Should Visit Agadir

The beautiful city of Agadir overlooks the Atlantic Ocean and offers much more than just beautiful beaches and sunny weather for travelers. The city has a vibrant cultural scene which includes many exciting festivals over the course of the year such as the Festival of Laughter and the Concert for Tolerance, while you can also visit one of the city’s museums and art galleries to better understand its heritage. The main beach in the city extends over several kilometers and is overlooked by the corniche walkway where you will find many cafés, restaurants and bars open both day and night. There are also many things to do for active travelers in Agadir and the surrounding area including hiking and walking the mountainous terrain or enjoying water-based activities such as surfing.

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Arriving In Agadir

Agadir Airport, known in full as Agadir-Al Massira Airport, is located around 20 km away from the city of Agadir and is housed within a single passenger terminal complex. Although there are public buses available just outside the airport for those on a budget, you may prefer the convenience of a taxi to get to your destination. Inside the airport you can find a couple of restaurants and cafés to satisfy your appetite, while there are also plenty of shops alongside duty-free shopping available. In addition to this, you can connect to Wi-Fi at the airport for a fee if you need to get online.

If you are looking to catch flights from the UAE to Agadir you will need to make a transfer somewhere as there are no direct flights available. Agadir Airport has regular connections to a few airports handling direct flights from the UAE, so travelers in the UAE can make the trip with just a single transfer.

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Agadir Travel Information

Many nationals including those from the UAE will be able to enter Morocco on a visa free basis for a period of up to 90 days. The weather in Agadir is relatively warm for most of the year, with the hottest period falling between July and September when you can expect average highs of around 26 degrees. There are a couple of car rental agencies operating at Agadir airport, so it is straightforward to rent your own vehicle as soon as you have arrived.

* This information is correct as of November 2017

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