Agadir is a beach town that rose from the rubble after a 1960 earthquake. Because of the massive rebuilding, Agadir is one of the most modern Moroccan cities and a very popular tourist spot. Your Agadir flights will land at Agadir al Massa Airport. There you will find a post office, cafeteria, currency exchange and a tourist help desk among other amenities. There are taxis right outside the arrivals area. Bus 22 leaves from the road just outside the terminal and takes you to a suburb of Agadir, requiring a transfer to a second bus. You may also rent a car from Easycar or Europecar.
The city is too large to walk everywhere. You can rent a scooter or motorbike. There are two different types of taxis: petit and grand. Petit taxis are plentiful and relatively cheap and can take you just about anywhere you need to go inside Agadir. Inezgane is a suburb of Agadir and the main transportation hub. You will need to take a bus or a grand taxi to get there. If you rent a car when your cheap flights to Agadir landed, you can drive wherever you wish to go.
Cheap flights to Agadir lead you to a beach city; the number one attraction is the beach. Visit SurfTownMorocco for surfing. They provide instruction if you have never surfed before. Continuing with the beach theme, go to Taff's Diving for scuba or snorkeling. Spas make up a large part of the attraction of Agadir - try Argan Palace or the Argan Phyto House. If you'd like to see all of the city and surrounding areas, Sky Tours will take you up and away over the desert. Go to the Kasbah - the Agadir Kasbah, that is. It's a lovely walk ending with a spectacular sunset.
Tourist shops are everywhere in Agadir, so you really want to get to the Agadir Souk. You'll find all the same things at better prices and a more genuine part of the city. You'll be glad you saved money on cheap airfare to Agadir so you can shop here. You should also visit the Center of Arts which sells all things Moroccan. Moroccan food is wonderful and flavorful and you'll find a good meal at almost any cafe. Le Jazz has the biggest mix of cuisines and L'etoile d'Agadir is the best bargain. Nightlife in Agadir is seasonal: plenty to do in the summer but very little in the winter. You can find live music, nightclubs, and little bars all along the city but they do seem to close down in the winter.