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Fly from Nice to Agadir

dive into the culture of the Berbers

Take off to the Atlantic

A flight from Nice to Agadir will take you to one of Morocco’s most beautiful destinations. Bordered by the sea, bathed in sun, joyous and natural, picturesque but modern, the southern-most of the kingdom’s large cities has it all. More family-friendly than Tangier, more exotic than Casablanca, more laid-back than its main rival Marrakesh, the “pearl of Morocco” as it's often called is the perfect setting for a beach holiday. So don't wait! Hop on a non-stop flight from Nice to Agadir and take off for the ultimate relaxing holiday.

  • currency

    Dirham marocain

  • language

    Arabe

Temperatures

Ideal For

  • Family
  • Couple
  • Beaches
  • Party
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    The formalities for travelling to Agadir

    • Entry requirements: no need for a visa to visit the kingdom of Mohammed VI if you’re a European citizen. A valid passport is all you’ll need.
    • Currency: in Agadir, as in the rest of Morocco, you’ll be using dirhams. A bit more than 10 are equal to 1 Euro. Avoid unpleasant surprises and pick some up to have on hand upon arrival by heading to the Interchange counter. Our currency exchange partner can be found in both terminals at Nice Côte d’Azur Airport.

    Your Nice-Agadir direct flight

    To get to the Pearl of Morocco non-stop, you’ll need to take the easyJet flight from Nice to Agadir. You’ll find it waiting for you in Terminal 2.

    Holidays are serious stuff! At least until you arrive in Agadir! You don’t want to start them off with a bout of stress by arriving at the airport last minute. Security screenings and customs take time to go through, especially as you’re unlikely to be the only person travelling. So be sure to arrive at your terminal at least 1 hour early, and add an additional 15 minutes should you need to go to the easyJet counter to collect your boarding pass or check bags.

    Arriving in Agadir

    The Agadir-Al-Massira Airport is 25 kilometres to the south of the city. To get there, you have several options:

    • Take the bus: the airport offers a mini-shuttle service that will take you to the city centre and main hotels in Agadir. Also note that you can use public transport buses: Line 37 will take you to Inezgane, where you can hop on bus 20, 24, or 28 to get to Agadir.
    • Take a taxi: the stand can be found as you exit the terminal. The trip will take around 40 minutes and cost around 150 dirhams during the day, or a little less than €15.
    • Hire a car: several international agencies have counters at the airport.

What to do in
Agadir ?

1960: An earthquake devastates Agadir. 2020: Renovated, reinvented, expanded and open to the world, the city sparkles, finding its place among the crown jewels of Morocco. The sun, the sea, joyful nights, the natural beauty of the region and Morocco’s exotic culture make this city of 400,000 inhabitants a fantastic destination for tourists. Agadir is an “elsewhere” that makes you forget, if only for a moment, the hustle and bustle of your daily life. Selfish? Perhaps, but sometimes that’s exactly what you need!

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Agadir

  • A pleasure best shared

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    To get to the Pearl of Morocco non-stop, you’ll need to take the easyJet flight from Nice to Agadir. You’ll find it waiting for you in Terminal 2.

    Holidays are serious stuff! At least until you arrive in Agadir! You don’t want to start them off with a bout of stress by arriving at the airport last minute. Security screenings and customs take time to go through, especially as you’re unlikely to be the only person travelling. So be sure to arrive at your terminal at least 1 hour early, and add an additional 15 minutes should you need to go to the easyJet counter to collect your boarding pass or check bags.

  • The top 10 things to do in and around Agadir

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    • Put on your swimsuit and sunglasses, smear on some sunscreen, and throw yourself into the cresting Atlantic waves on one of Agadir’s many beaches. You can even learn to surf near Taghazoute, where the sport reigns.
    • Conquer the Kasbah Agadir Oufella (“Agadir from above”, in the Berber language). This citadel has long been the heart of the city. Today only ramparts remain, and they drop over the coast from 200 metres up guaranteeing an unforgettable panoramic view.
    • Bargain your way to great deals on spices, argan oil, handicrafts, jewellery, traditional clothing, or more contemporary creations with the 3,000 merchants in the largest souk in Morocco: the Souk El Had. A city within a city!
    • Visit the Agadir Medina. The old city is gone, destroyed by the 1960 earthquake. But 30 years ago the Italian artist Coco Polizzi had the idea to construct a new one, modest but charming. It’s a village of artisans, colourful and gay. A real success.
    • Nightingales aren’t the only birds in Agadir; at Birds Valley you’ll find a pleasant, shady animal park with hundreds of birds from around the world, as well as a few regional mammals.
    • And of course there’s Agadir’s other celebrity beast: crocodiles! Crocoparc, the only Moroccan zoo dedicated to reptiles, has more than 300 of them (including a few particularly impressive specimens), in a setting that’s as meticulous as it is spectacular.
    • Go on a little tour of paradise. More specifically to Paradise Valley, a breathtaking natural site just 30 or so kilometres from Agadir. Nestled in between the last slopes of the Atlas mountains, it will blow you away with its lush vegetation and rich turquoise natural pools.
    • Be fearless! Dive into one of the pools in the Win-timdouine caves. The drive there is superb, the setting as severe as it is fascinating, and the waters, emerging from deep within the Atlas mountains at more than 1,600 metres altitude are...fresh!
    • Wake the sleeping Bedouin by visiting the Massa desert, a nature reserve that will take your breath away with its wadi, dunes, and small villages such as Tiznit, which is known for its silver jewellery, or Tifnit, a fishing village of cave-houses.
    • Hit the road and head for Taroudant, the “petite Marrakesh”, just an hour and a half from Agadir. This fortified city is vibrant, picturesque, and authentic. Prolong your happiness by a visit to the Tiout oasis, a superb palm grove guarded by an ancient and proud Berber kasbah.

Regular flights Nice - Agadir AGA

Nice → Agadir AGA

from 255

FLIGHTS EASYJET
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Flights per week, All year

Flights per day :

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  • Wed 1
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Frequently asked questions

  • How long does a Nice-Agadir flight take?

    The average flight time between Nice and Agadir is 3 hours 10 minutes.

  • Which airlines provide Nice-Agadir direct flights?

    EasyJet is the only airline that offers non-stop service to the south of Morocco from the French Riviera.

  • How many Nice-Agadir flights are there per week?

    In autumn and winter, the British airline offers 2 flights per week to Agadir, on Wednesdays and Saturdays. In spring and when school starts up again, the offer expands to 3 weekly flights, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays. In July and August, there’s a flight every Tuesday and Thursday.

  • How much does a Nice-Agadir flight cost?

    The lowest price for a Nice-Agadir return ticket based on prices from the last 90 days is 255

  • What is the time difference between Nice and Agadir?

    There is no time difference.

  • What is the best time of year to visit Agadir?

    With 300 days of sun per year, Agadir enjoys a paradisiacal climate most of the year. Winter is mild, making sightseeing and hiking pleasant. But to sun yourself half-naked on a beach, wait for the weather to heat up. From April to May, the weather is consistently good and average temperatures get close to or pass 30°. Note also that the city plays host to a number of festivals: from Timitar, the major event for Berber culture at the beginning of July, to the famous Concert for Tolerance, which brings together more than 150,000 people on the beach in early October to cheer on both local talent and international stars.

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