Where to book cheap holidays & holiday deals to Agadir
by Paul Joseph | Published February 18, 2018
Situated along Morocco’s southern Atlantic coast, in the foothills of the Anti-Atlas Mountains, the vibrant resort city of Agadir is a magnet for tourists all year round. It boasts world class golf courses, a wide crescent beach and a seaside promenade lined with bars, restaurants and cafes. Meanwhile remnants of the old city walls provide a flavour of Agadir’s rich history.
A view over Agadir Port (isa•bell via Flickr)
There are a huge number of online travel agents offering all inclusive holidays and package holidays to Agadir and other destinations in Morocco – so many, in fact, that navigating them to find the best deal for your preferences and needs can be a bit of a headache. To help ease your pain, we’ve done some research and picked out what we think are the three best options for finding a great value holiday in Agadir.
Love Holidays cater for UK travellers and offer flights to Agadir from London, from Manchester and from the Midlands, among others locations. They are a great choice for those on a tight budget, as they offer several flexible payment options that allow you to spread the cost of your holiday over a long period. They also track millions of prices every day to make sure they provide the lowest price, and they even offer a Price Match Guarantee for further reassurance, meaning if you find the same holiday at a lower rate online, they’ll refund the difference. A Member of ABTA, they also offer financial protection on many of their flights, flight-inclusive holidays and car hire. At the bottom of the homepage they have a link to all of their Feefo reviews, and all search results also come with TripAdvisor hotel reviews.
A behemoth of the online travel agency world, Expedia are a highly reliable option for booking holidays around the globe, including Agadir and other destination in Morocco. Their booking system is intuitive and simply, with the site allowing you can book flights, holiday packages, hotels, cars, cruises and even specific activities. When conducting your search, you’ll be asked to punch in your chosen destination, dates and number of people travelling, and after that you can filter the results for a breakdown of the best hotels, flights and rental cars (selected according to Expedia’s own algorithms). You’re also given other details about your trip, including transfers and layover times. While changes to your booking can be tricky to implement via the website, the good news is that you can usually cancel flights within 24 hours without any charges.
With millions of travellers turning to them to find their dream holiday each year, Thomas Cook have carved out a seriously impressive reputation. They offer a choice of thousands of hotels, with something to suit every taste and budget you can possibly imagine. The sheer scale of the company also allows them to offer a comprehensive customer service line that’s open all day, every day, to help you with any questions about your booking. We didn’t get a chance to test this service, but we did go as far as conducting a number of searches for holidays to Agadir, and the results were as good as we’d hoped, with a wide array of packages available. Another reason for being a fan of Thomas Cook is that all of the hotels listed are automatically linked to the respective reviews on TripAdvisor, so you can peruse them with ease as you’re scouring around the site. To conclude, we find it hard to fault Thomas Cook and we certainly wouldn’t hesitate in recommending them when it comes to finding the right holiday for you.
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