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Arranging your car hire online prior to the actual trip appeals for a number of reasons

- It guarantees that you get the model of car that you request
- It's faster at the car rental desk (although you won't believe that if you've stood in the huge queues at Alamo in Miami)
- The full online booking is done at your own pace rather than at the arrival airport where you are likely to be accompanied by a hassled partner and a small herd of unruly children
- The all-inclusive cost is fixed

Start planning your holiday in Agadir by booking car rental using two of our leading car hire companies. We offer online bookings with discounted car rental at Agadir airport. Both of our car rental suppliers employ specialist telephone support specialists on hand waiting to answer any extra queries that you may have before or after renting your car.

Clicking on the link below will allow you to obtain car hire quotes from our suppliers for cheap Agadir airport car hire. The airport is 28 km from the city of Agadir.

Astounding Agadir is a city in the south west of Morocco and is the capital of the region of Souss Massa Dra.

Not a typical Moroccan city, Agadir is adored for its long sandy beach, hot climate and cosmopolitan way of life. A coastal city, Agadir is situated on the Atlantic coast. Once a tiny fishing village, the port of Agadir is probably the largest sardine fishing port in the world. Not only a principle commercial port, the city is an excellent holiday destination complete with seaside.

Agadir lost a lot of its early character and a lot more besides when it endured an almighty earthquake in 1960. Important architecture including the Kasbah was destroyed along with thousands of the city�s population. What you see around you today is the result of a major reconstruction programme.

Agadir is a colourful city with much to do and see. A great spot for bargain hunting, you can buy anything in the city�s bazaars from gold to leather goods. Perfect, if you are looking for a fantastic souvenir. The magical Souks of Agadir sell traditional wear with superb craftsmanship which always proves ideal for all those future trips down �memory lane�. Delighting the senses further, the aromas that follow you around the city tend to be little short of sensational! This is a cosmopolitan city which offers variety as well as vitality where traditional and local cuisine can be enjoyed as well as whatever international cuisine takes your fancy.

Entertaining as it is during the day, Agadir, truly comes alive during the evening. Take your pick from a variety of nightclubs, the casino and an array of venues offering cabaret and live music. All the benefits of a top resort are found here and at that some of the best you are likely to encounter anywhere in Morocco.

After your wild night out on the town, there is no other Moroccan experience that can compete with the sights, sounds and smells of the regular camel market. The one here in Agadir is famous in that it is the largest dromedary market that you will encounter anywhere in Morocco. You will need to have an early breakfast for this traditional affair begins at dawn on a Saturday.

Taking a scenic drive down to the Souss Massa National Park will take less than an hour from Agadir. Fifty one kilometres from the centre of the city, the park is rated for its bird sanctuary and is the exclusive home of the balding Ibis. Additionally you will find in plentiful supply stunning pink flamingos, doves, heron and gazelles.

The reserve, a protected site, stretches along the coast for 65 kilometres and is approximately five kilometres wide. The best time of the year to visit is during the Autumn months as well as in April which is when the mating season comes into full effect.

For exciting scenery, take a trip over to the Berber city of Tafraout. This is the pink city, packed with brilliant architecture, art and a thriving cultural scene.

For sticky moments, Agadir takes some beating. Don�t leave Morocco without tasting the delicious locally produced honey. Uniquely flavoured with thyme, Agadir honey can be especially relished for it is traditionally gathered in the foothills of the High Atlas.

When in Agadir, you might consider a two hundred and seventy three kilometre journey across to the Red City, Marrakech. The Moroccan city of Marrakech is a magical place packed with breathtaking colours, sounds and flavours that as a package never fail to stir all the senses. With a magnificent view of the Atlas Mountains behind it, if you seek a destination that mixes the very old with the strikingly new and offers a colourful urban atmosphere to equal its naturally stunning environment, Marrakech is the place for you!

Packed to bursting with the spires of mosques and courtyards that have been carefully tiled with exotic designs, this ancient but cosmopolitan city never ceases to miss an opportunity to show the best of what its got. A symbol of the Morocco that once was, no traffic is allowed in the city centre which helps to preserve its structures. Unlike many tourist hotspots in the world, no heavy influx of tourists has been able to change Marrakech. The people of the �Red City� are very proud of their home town.

Medina�s main square sits in the shadow of the stunning twelfth century Koutoubia Mosque. Although it�s exterior invites further inspection, you need to be Muslim to be allowed access.

Hiring a tour guide is a very good idea while adjusting to life in Marrakech. They don�t cost a fortune but are worth their weight in gold especially for lone visitors. Prices for a tour guide are usually around �22 (32 euros)for a whole day. Last but not least, why not end a hot, sweaty day of sight seeing with a visit to a steam bath. There are a number of these Hamman baths about and you can enjoy a choice of the single sex variety or the communal type.

Agadir Airport

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Agadir (Al Massira) Airport is situated twenty eight kilometres from Agadir.

Transfers can be arranged at the Arrivals Hall.

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