The bus stop is a short walk from the airport terminal
Bus number 22 runs from the airport to Inezgane, a suburb of Agadir and the main transport hub.
This bus does not run to Agadir itself.
Buses depart about every 20 minutes, and the last bus leaves at 20.30.
The fare for a single journey is 4 dirham.
Bus numbers 20, 24 and 28 run from Inezgane to the centre of Agadir.
The fare for a single journey is 3 dirham.
The fare for a taxi journey from Inezgane to Agadir is also 3 dirham.
Taxis are available from outside the arrivals hall.
The journey from the airport to Agadir takes about 20 minutes.
The fare is fixed at 150 dirham during the day and 200 dirham after 19.00.
It is recommended that you agree the taxi fare before departure.
The airport is close to several main roads.
The N10 is the easiest way to reach Agadir’s city centre from the airport.
The journey time takes about 20 minutes.
A short and long term car park is available at the airport.
It costs 3 dirham for 1 hour, 4 dirham for 3 hours and 10 dirham for 24 hours.
Car hire is available at the airport.
Flights to Agadir Airport
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There’s no doubt about it – flights to Agadir are all about the beach. This six-mile stretch skirts a wide bay on the Atlantic coast, with plenty of plush hotels and restaurants lining the way. And because it basks in sunshine, it’s popular all year round. As for the city itself, it feels a world away from your classic picture of Morocco. Flattened by an earthquake over half a century ago, Agadir has been given a modern makeover so everything’s really fresh. Think wide, palm-fringed streets and sleek whitewashed houses. Plus, flights to Agadir put places like Paradise Valley and the Massa Lagoon within day-tripping distance, so you can tick off some must-see sights while you’re here.