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Getting from Agadir Airport to Agadir City Centre

One of Morocco’s most popular holiday destinations, Agadir is the perfect place for those seeking sunshine, culture, and adventure. Located at the foot of the Atlas Mountains along the Atlantic coast, you’ll be able to relax and unwind on Agadir Beach and promenade or enjoy watersports such as surfing and jet skiing. To escape the heat – and the hustle and bustle – head to Vallee des Oiseaux to immerse yourself amongst exotic plant and bird life. In the evening, wander through the lively Souk El Had and pick up some hand-made local handicrafts.

The main transfer options from Agadir Airport to the city centre are taxi, private transfer, or bus. A private transfer or taxi from Agadir Airport to your hotel or the city centre takes around 34 minutes in good traffic conditions and costs €18.50 (MAD 200) for 4 to 6 people, which can often work out cheaper than the bus. The public shared shuttle bus from Agadir airport to the city centre takes around 50 minutes and costs €4.60 (MAD 50) for a single ticket.

Welcome Pickups offers meet and greet services and a friendly introduction to Agadir at the same price as a regular taxi. Click here to see the cost.

Comparison of the options

Welcome Pickups €22 34min 24/7
Taxi €18.50 34min 24/7
Bus €9.20 50min 08:00–01:00

How to get from Agadir Airport to the city centre by taxi

The quickest and easiest way to transfer from Agadir Airport to your hotel is to take an airport taxi. Taxis are readily available and the journey takes around 35 minutes in light traffic.

Taxi fare from Agadir Airport to the city centre

When taking a taxi in Agadir from the airport to the city centre, you’ll be charged a flat rate fee of €18.50 (MAD 200) for the entire taxi which will either seat 4 or 6 passengers, depending on the size of the vehicle. Be prepared to pay for the fare with cash and if you have luggage, this will be charged on top.



Trip Duration

34 Min.

*Prices will vary unless booked in advance.

Value for Money

Taxis are available 24/7 from Agadir Al-Massira Airport (AGA).

Where do I take a taxi from?

Taxis are available at Agadir Airport from the designated taxi rank as you exit the Arrivals Hall. Look for a white vehicle with a blue stripe.


Taking a taxi from Agadir Airport to your hotel or apartment in the city centre is the most convenient transport option since it drops you directly at your door and is available at any time of day or night. Drivers typically want their vehicles to be filled before departing, so you may make some new friends on the drive. 

If you prefer a private vehicle without added stops, we recommend pre-booking a private transfer with Welcome Pickups. Our professional, English-speaking drivers offer personalised service and air-conditioned vehicles.

Editor’s Note

It is customary to leave a 10% tip for good service when travelling by taxi in Agadir. Alternatively, you can choose to round up the fare.

Useful Tips

You can withdraw local dirhams from an ATM upon arrival at the airport.
Ask your hotel to forward the address to you in Arabic since a lot of taxi drivers in Agadir don't speak English.

How to get from Agadir Airport to the city centre by bus

The cheapest transport option for this journey is to take a bus from Agadir Airport to the city centre. Run by ALSA, the AeroBus takes 50 minutes, making several stops along the way before terminating at the Valley of Birds transportation hub.

If you are under any time constraints or after a long day travelling simply want to get to your destination, booking a private transfer in advance will provide a much faster and more reliable alternative.

How much is the bus from Agadir Airport to the city centre?

A one-way ticket from Agadir Airport to Agadir on the bus costs €4.60 (MAD 50) per person. Tickets can be purchased from the ticket counter inside the airport terminal or on the bus with cash.



Trip Duration

50 Min.

The bus departs hourly during operating hours. The only exception is on Saturdays between 20:00 and 00:00 when there is a 4-hour wait period.

Value for Money

The bus operates between 08:00 and 01:00 every day of the week.

Where do I take the bus from?

Once you exit the airport, walk across the road to the designated airport bus stop where the ALSA service collects passengers heading toward the city.


Travelling by public bus from Agadir Airport to Agadir city centre is a very affordable way to travel, especially if you’re travelling on your own. Keep in mind, however, that the bus only operates once an hour so you may need to wait around. Furthermore, while the bus makes several stops along the way, you will still need to walk or travel by taxi to get to your final destination, which isn’t very convenient, especially on hot days or if you’re carrying luggage.

Editor’s Note

If you're travelling with a group of 3 people or more, a taxi or private transfer will likely be more cost-effective.

Useful Tips

If you need a return ticket as well, you can buy a roundtrip fare for €7.40 (MAD 80) which is cheaper than two one-way journeys and the ticket is valid for 15 days.
You'll need smaller notes or coins to pay for your bus ticket as the driver may not have change.
Be mindful if you're travelling with lots of luggage that buses can become hot and crowded.

Welcome Pickups transfer

Welcome Pickups

Book a trained, English-speaking taxi driver to pick you up at the same price as a regular cab from the line

If you feel more relaxed knowing that somebody is waiting for you, you may as well book a Welcome Pickups transfer. As soon as you arrive at the airport you will be greeted by your driver. He will be waiting for you at the terminal of your arrival with a sign that has your name on it. Your driver will help you out with your luggage and together you will make your way to the vehicle. While he is driving you to your accommodation, the driver can give you some tips and recommendations on what to do during your holidays in Agadir. Our drivers are hand-picked and speak fluent English. No need to worry about miscommunication issues that you may face with the local taxi drivers regarding your destination. Relax and enjoy your ride.

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Frequently asked questions

How do I get from Agadir Airport to the city centre? 

The main options to get from Agadir Airport to the city centre are by taxi, private transfer, or bus. Taxis and private transfers take between 34 and 50 minutes, depending on traffic. Taxi drivers typically fill their vehicles with passengers from various parties, so if you prefer a private transfer, you can book one in advance for added comfort and eliminate the wait time. The shared bus takes between 50 and 110 minutes, depending on traffic and how many stops it needs to make along the way.

What’s the cost of a taxi from Agadir Airport to the city centre? 

You’ll need to take a grand taxi from Agadir Airport to the city centre. These taxis charge a flat rate fee of €18.50 (MAD 200) for up to 4-6 people, with luggage fees added on top. 

How far is Agadir city centre from Agadir Airport?

The city centre of Agadir is located 25 km from Agadir Airport. To cover this distance, we recommend pre-booking a private transfer from Agadir Airport to your hotel for a quick and reliable transport option that takes 34 minutes in light traffic.

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