Terminal Drop-Off Charge

From 1 November 2021, a £5 charge will apply for vehicles dropping off passengers at the designated drop-off zones, located directly outside the terminals. Discounts and exemptions will apply. Free drop-off will be available at the Long Stay car parks.

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Changes to entering the UK using EU ID cards

From 1 October 2021, most EU, EEA and Swiss nationals will need to use a valid passport to travel to the UK. ID cards will no longer be accepted as a valid travel document to enter the UK, though some exemptions will apply. 

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    The modern city of Agadir is a popular midway point for cruises heading to the Canary Islands. Completely rebuilt since a devastating earthquake in 1960, the busy port draws thousands of tourists with its pretty, sandy beaches and 300 annual days of sunshine.

    Located just south of Marrakech, Agadir is a good starting point for cultural excursions to more traditional towns such as Taroudannt. It is also a good base for enjoying the wild landscape with desert safaris and camel treks. Popular outdoor activities include bird-watching and hiking in Souss-Massa River National Park, soaking up the sun on the beach in Taghazout, and jet-skiing in Agadir Bay. Agadir is also fast becoming Morocco's most popular coastal resort and is a modern, thriving town with much to see and do. The primary attractions of Agadir are its lovely beaches, which are perfect for sunbathing and swimming, as there tends to be little wind. There are other sights though, including the remains of a fortress and a small zoo.

    There is also a municipal market that has a number of shops selling popular souvenirs, though travellers won't find quite the same culture of spirited haggling of other parts of Morocco. There are also many popular spa and wellness centres offering treatments and locally made spa products, with those made from the argan tree particularly popular.

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    Agadir-Al Massira Airport
    Location: 15 miles (25km) from Agadir city centre.
    Time: GMT
    Transfer Between Terminals: There is one terminal for all domestic and international passengers.
    Getting to the city: Most passengers catch taxis to and from the airport, for a fixed price of about MAD 200. There is however a cheap local bus that leaves from the main road, a short walk outside the airport terminal. It travels to Inezgane, a suburb of Agadir, and the main transport hub in the area. Buses leave from the airport throughout the day until 8.30pm. At Inezgane, either catch bus 20, 24 or 28, or find a shared taxi to the centre of Agadir.
    Car Rental: Easycar and Europcar have rental desks at the airport.
    Airport Taxis: Taxis are available directly outside the arrivals hall. There is a fixed charge to the city centre of Agadir MAD 200. Journey time is approximately 20 minutes.
    Facilities: The airport has a post office, currency exchange, ATMs, cafeterias, shops, a VIP Lounge, WiFi access, disabled access and facilities, and a tourist information desk.
    Parking Ample parking is available outside the airport.
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