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Why Fly to Agadir?
Located in the southwest of the country, Agadir is now Morocco’s most modern city, and arguably its most popular resort. The wide beaches are populated with hotels and restaurants and visitors can enjoy Morocco’s authentic cuisine with its French Moroccan fusion. There are many cheap flights to Agadir which can be found on Travelzoo’s SuperSearch.
Flying to Agadir from the UK
Discount flights to Agadir operate from most UK airports including London Heathrow, London Gatwick, Liverpool, Glasgow, Birmingham, Belfast and Manchester. One or more stopovers are required on Royal Air Morocco, Iberia Airlines, British Airways, and KLM, but Ryanair flies direct from Liverpool. Direct flights take around 4 hours but indirect flights can take up to 12 hours so make sure to check before booking your flight.
Popular Flight Routes to Agadir
Which Airlines Fly to Agadir?
Flights to Agadir take off from most of the UK’s airports, including London Heathrow, Manchester, Birmingham, Glasgow, Liverpool, and Belfast. There are a few charter or low-cost services offering direct flights. easyJet flies direct to Agadir from Gatwick, Thomsonfly from Manchester & Gatwick and Ryanir flies direct from Liverpool. Most other flights are indirect and require one or two stopovers at London Heathrow, Amsterdam, Madrid and then Casablanca.Ryanair flies direct to Agadir from Liverpool. Journeys may involve one or more carriers, for example: KLM, Royal Air Morocco, British Airways, Iberia Airlines and Ryanair.
Mini Travel Guide to Agadir
Having been resurrected from a devastating earthquake in the early 1960s, Agadir, the most visited city in Africa, is now one of the finest beach city locations in Morocco, as well as being a major fishing port. The Souk el Had market, just outside the city centre, is a must-see with all the hustle and bustle and fantastic souvenirs, clothes, bags, tajines and exotic foods on offer.Art lovers shouldn’t miss Agadir’s Museum of Berber Art – a significant cultural spot. This small folk-art museum has carpets, costumes, and other traditional 19th Century Moroccan objects on display. And about 10 minutes from the city, there’s the old-style Medina with its cobbled streets and creative workshops where mosaics and glassworks are on show.Agadir has a very temperate climate, with daytime temperatures generally between 20 and 26˚C. Rainfall averages a total of 200 inches in the months of November, December, January and February.
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