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Perched on Morocco’s Atlantic coast in the foothills of the Anti-Atlas Mountains, Agadir is a sun-soaked town that ticks all the boxes. From sunbathing and shopping to surfing, golfing and watersports, you’re all set for a leisurely getaway.

Fly direct from London Gatwick to Agadir with British Airways for a sunny escape to Morocco. Soft, golden sands stretch for miles along the coastline, so it’s no surprise that visitors flock to Agadir’s palm-lined beaches. Feeling adventurous? Hit the waves at the local beach, or travel further north up the coast to Taghazout, a fishing village turned surfing hotspot. In the evening there’s no better spot to be than the ultra-modern marina, which you’ll find between the beach and busy port. With yachts bobbing in the harbour and a selection of cafes, bars and restaurants to enjoy, you can relax and people-watch while the sun sets over the Atlantic. Book your holiday to Agadir today.

Agadir flight FAQs

How long is a flight to Agadir?

Flights from London Gatwick to Agadir Al-Massira Airport take just under four hours.

What’s the cheapest month to fly to Agadir?

The cheapest months to fly from London to Agadir are usually November to February when the temperatures are slightly cooler. To find the cheapest flights to Agadir, use our low fare finder.

Is Agadir cheap to visit?

Agadir is a great value destination with hotels, restaurants, bars and activities to suit every budget – especially around the northern downtown area that’s popular with visitors.

Around the marina you may find that prices for dining, drinking and shopping are slightly higher. If you want to eat out on a budget, seek out locally owned restaurants for authentic Moroccan food that won’t break the bank. Alternatively, the local markets are perfect for stocking up on local delicacies before retreating to the shade of one of the town’s beautiful gardens, like Jardin d’Olhao.

Is it easy to get around Agadir?

A taxi from the airport to the centre of Agadir takes around 25 minutes.

Once you’re there, you can easily navigate the town on foot or by hailing one of the many taxis available. There are also several bus routes that serve the local neighbourhoods, Souk El Had and the local beaches. Just remember to have cash on hand for the bus fare.

Why visit Agadir?

Perfect for a beach break at any time of the year, Agadir is a popular resort town that offers almost guaranteed sunshine thanks to its hot, dry climate.

Although many of the town’s historic attractions were damaged in the earthquake of 1960, much of Agadir’s original charm remains. For an authentic experience, visit the lively Souk El Had, Morocco's largest market. It’s a treasure trove where you can pick up spices, pottery, rugs and anything else you can think of – just be prepared to haggle.

For a taste of the region’s history, head out of town to Agadir’s Kasbah. Built in 1541, the outer walls remain and although you can’t enter, you’re perfectly positioned to pause and take in the far-reaching views over the marina and beyond.

Why fly British Airways to Agadir?

Discover outstanding service from the moment you book. Fly with just hand baggage and you can carry two bags free of charge. Choose our checked baggage option and you can travel with hand baggage and a 23kg bag checked into the hold, plus enjoy free seat selection 24 hours before you fly. On board you’ll find HEPA-filtered air, quality on-board catering, and a warm, uniquely British welcome.

Simply relax and let us take care of you, every step of the way.

Agadir Travel Essentials

Flight time

4 hours

Time zone

GMT +1

Currency

Moroccan Dirham

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