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SURF MOROCCO 
WAVES, CARPETS & SUNSETS

Taghazout Bay - Moroccos surfer village

 

Taghazout, once a small fishing village north of Agadir has become the surf Hotspot of Morocco. You can find loads of surfcamps, surf rentals, coffee shops and of course surfspots around.

The most famous is definitely Anchors point - for advanced surfers only.

 

Your gsurfuides will chose between Banana Beach, K11, K12, Hashpoint, Killer Point, Tamri, Crocs, La Source, Desert Point, Devils Rock and many others. depending on your level and the conditions For those who are lucky, you will get the chance to surf the really long right of Imsouane, approximatly 1 1/2 hours north of Taghazout. It´s great for all levels and works best at low tide

 

With nice temperature around 20C during european winter, Morocco is the perfect getaway with just 3 hours flights to Agadir.

 

My first time in Morocco was in october 2019, and as female solo traveller, I heard a lot of rumors and warnings, but it became one of the best holidays in my entire life. Be aware that you will mostly meet men in the streets and even if Taghazout is used to host western tourism, it´s never a mistake to cover shoulders and knees when not at the beach, in order to respect the local religion.

Image by Louis Hansel @shotsoflouis
Image by Louis Hansel @shotsoflouis

THE SURF

AIRPORT:                                   Agadir

WATER TEMP:                          17 – 22 °C

PEAK SURF SEASON:              Mid October - Mid March

SHOULDER SURF SEASON:   September - Mid October and Mid March-May

SURF EXPERIENCE:                 Beginner to advanced

CROWD FACTOR:                     Don´t expect empty Line Ups, but no comparison to crowded european spots

 

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