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About Agadir

Morocco’s largest city Agadir is located in the south and it also the capital of the Souss-Massa-Draa region. Situated on the shores of the Atlantic Ocean, at the foot of the Atlas Mountains, just north of where the Souss River meets the ocean, this city is an important fishing and commercial port.

Agadir is famous for its wealth of seafood and agricultural products and is also the world’s number one sardine port. Agadir is a great tourist destination with attractions such as its fun nightlife, Souss-Massa National Park, Bird Valley, Agadir Castle and Souk al Had. Tourism is spread to every part of Agadir throughout the whole year.

In addition to the surrounding Anti-Atlas Mountains, the Sahara, and the natural parks, Agadir features pristine beaches, each more magnificent than the next. Even during the winter the temperature during the day is around 20 degrees. One of the most important features of the city’s easily accessible, beautiful beaches is their quality and the calm and quiet environment. In addition, there are many more places to visit and things to do in this city. With large buildings, modern hotels, European-esque cafes, and wide roads, Agadir doesn’t resemble a traditional Moroccan city. It is a modern, vibrant, and busy city with many effervescent ‘souqs’ where you can go shopping. Especially Souk al Had, which is Morocco’s largest traditional market, even though it isn’t in a very cool structure. In addition, the souq in Inezgane, famous for its silver, fruits, and spices, and the souq in Taroudant, famous for its carpets and jeweler are worth seeing.

You can reach Agadir by plane using the Agadir-Al Massira Airport, located 25 km from the city center with different route options to reach the city center. Istanbul – Agadir flights have at least 1 layover or more and take at least 7 hours and 20 minutes. 

Transportation to Agadir City Center from Airport

 

Agadir – Al Massira Airport

You can easily reach the center of Agadir from Agadir-Al Massira Airport by a taxi. If you require a means of transportation to accompany you throughout your entire trip, it is also possible to rent a car at the airport. There are no airport shuttle service offered, but you can reach until Agadir by transferring with public buses.

Taxi

You can reach the city center from Agadir-Al Massira Airport with a taxi in half an hour. You would need to pay on average 200 Moroccan Dirham.

Car Rental

Easycar and Europcar are offering car rental options at the airport.  You can reach the center of Agadir on average in 30-40 minutes by driving in the southeast direction on N1 or N10 highway.

Bus

There is a bus top on the main road at the exit of the arrival terminal at a walking distance. There is no direct line going to the center of Agadir. However, you can go to Inezgane by bus number 22 and transfer to lines 20, 24 and 28 to get to the center of Agadir.  While the ticket for the bus number 22 costs 4 Moroccan Dirham, it costs 3 Moroccan Dirham for lines 20, 24 and 28.

Weather in Agadir

DayMin - Max
SundayMin 19ºC - Max 24ºC
MondayMin 20ºC - Max 24ºC
TuesdayMin 20ºC - Max 25ºC
WednesdayMin 21ºC - Max 27ºC
ThursdayMin 20ºC - Max 26ºC

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