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Cheap Flights to Agadir Airport

The Agadir Al Massira Airport (AGA) is a busy place. More than 1.5 million passengers travel through its doors each year. You can be one of them. Using the Skyscanner online flight search program, find the cheapest airfare from departure points around the globe. Book your hotel accommodations and find information on car rates as well. Before you know it, you'll be dipping your toes in the warm waters of the eastern Atlantic.

Best Time to Book a Flight to Agadir Airport

Summer is high season in Agadir, with visitors flocking to the area to surf, golf and explore. July is the warmest month, with temperatures averaging 20 degrees Celsius. Head inland into Marrakesh and that average temperature goes up to 27 degrees Celsius. It's less crowded in April and May, and again from September through November and the weather is a tad cooler. To get a great air rate, your strategy should be to book early and be flexible with your travel dates. Midweek fares tend to be less expensive. Use the Skyscanner Whole Month Search program to compare an entire month's worth of prices at once. Then book that bargain fare ASAP.

Airlines That Fly to Agadir Airport

Agadir International welcomes carriers from throughout the Middle East and Europe. Passengers from other parts of the world connect to major airports in London, Paris or Berlin to reach Agadir. Middle Eastern carriers include Air Arabia Maroc and Royal Air Maroc, both of which also offer service from Europe on a seasonal basis. European based carriers include Air France, British Airways, Brussels Airlines, EasyJet, RyanAir, TAP Air and Wizz Air, a seasonal carrier out of Poland. Transavia provides service from Amsterdam.

What to Expect When Arriving at the Airport

Agadir Airport has one large terminal with separate sections for international and domestic flights. Passenger services are available in both pre and post security areas. You'll find shops, cafes, ATMs, a VIP lounge, and a tourist help desk. Free Wi-Fi is available. Car rental desks are outside baggage claim, but depending on the company, the cars could be at the airport or offsite. In most cases, you'll need an international drivers license to rent. Canadians don't need a travelers visa if staying in Morocco less than 90 days.

Taxi stands are just outside baggage claim. The fare for the 13-kilometre ride into downtown Agadir is a legally set rate of $27.00 CAD, not including the tip. The Moroccan Dirham is the legal tender, but Euros are usually accepted. You'll get a better exchange rate if you visit an ATM for some Dirhams before you leave the airport.

What to See and Do in Agadir

Golfing is a big deal in Agadir. Three courses, Ocean Golf, Golf du Soleil and Golf Club Med Les Dunes are closest to the ocean and known for their water views. The Royal Golf Club in Agadir is more inland but also gets top marks for play and architectural aesthetics. If you'd like to visit a traditional palace, check out the 19th century Bahia Palace with its 160 rooms and eight acres of gardens. The remains of the El Badi Palace, a royal residence from the 16th century, is also worth a look. Visit the Majorelle Garden, filled with exotic plants, fountains and architecture painted a distinctive, bold blue. A museum featuring the Berber culture is on site. For a look at the local wildlife check out the Souss-Massa National Park that borders the northern end of Agadir. Love to shop? Visit the Sunday Market, a long-standing bazaar featuring local crafts and foods.

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