Internet le Quartier
Located close to Agadir’s beach, Internet le Quartier offers photocopying services as well as internet. The seating is arranged to afford privacy, with screens between the desks. The shop also sells mobile top-up credit for data roaming and call packages with Moroccan telecom providers. This is one of the closest internet cafes to the main tourist area.
Close to Agadir’s Ohoud Mosque, Cyber Lfranet can be found just off the major Avenue Moulay Hassan I. It is a regular internet café with several PCs in decent working order. Printing services are available too.
Cyber Ismail is centrally located in Agadir, close to the large Souk el Had and a mosque. You can access the internet from several computers, and locals sometimes come here with their friends to play games.
Téléboutique & Cyber
As the name suggests, Téléboutique & Cyber offers both internet and calling services. Located on the fringes of the city, it’s a few blocks from the airport in the Cite el Houda area. The store also performs computer and phone repairs and sells accessories and hardware for PCs, laptops, and mobile phones.
Cyber Hanane is a fairly popular place for local youths, with both computers and PS3s. Visitors can either surf the internet or play video and online games, making it an ideal choice for both business and leisure. The shop is located next to Al Fath Mosque.
Cyber K-Net is a one-stop shop for all computer-related needs. Services provided include computer repairs and the sale of second-hand machines, mobile top-up credit, computer games sales, scanning, photocopying, faxing, and printing in both colour and black and white.
Cybercafe Boufiker is located outside of Agadir city, close to Inezgane. It’s a good choice for getting online and staying connected for people visiting the nearby Taraste Stadium, Royal Golf, and Golf Club Med les Dunes.
More of an online gaming shop than a true internet cafe, Paradis Station has a selection of machines where gamers can have fun for relatively low prices. It could be an option for younger travellers looking to relax for a few hours or parents seeking something different to keep the kids occupied.
Cyber Jawhara is a standard internet cafe located close to Agadir’s main post office and several campuses of Agadir University. It’s not uncommon to find students here working hard. There are plenty of regular cafes in the vicinity where you can grab a drink and a bite to eat.
AlMajd.Net can be found in the heart of Agadir city, close to Al Khayr Mosque. While not particularly close to the main tourist area, it is one of the nearest public internet cafes to the beach and main hotel strip. The beach is around four kilometres away, and Agadir Marjane, a busy department store/supermarket, is just 1.5 kilometres away.
Most hotels and guest houses in Agadir offer free Wi-Fi to guests. Of course, this does though rely on you having your own device in order to get online. The larger resorts, of which there are many, may also have business centres where you can fax, print, photocopy, and use the internet from their machines.