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When is the best time to surf in Taghazout

Best time to go

The best time of the year to go surfing in Taghazout is usually from late September to April, when the North Atlantic hits 20 point break spots or more. Because of its 300 sunshine days a year, it stays warm most of the year. Taghazout has been famous for escaping the winter blues, and for its great pointbreaks around Anchor Point. Regardless of the warm land temperatures, you’ll need a wetsuit in the water year-round, as the Atlantic remains cold.

Best time to go

The best time of the year to go surfing in Taghazout is usually from late September to April, when the North Atlantic hits 20 point break spots or more. Because of its 300 sunshine days a year, it stays warm most of the year. Taghazout has been famous for escaping the winter blues, and for its great pointbreaks around Anchor Point. Regardless of the warm land temperatures, you’ll need a wetsuit in the water year-round, as the Atlantic remains cold.

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What kind of food & nightlife is Taghazout known for?

Going out in Taghazout

Food

The best way to experience local Moroccan food in Taghazout is along the beach. With many restaurants along the shore, there’s plenty of option to try local dishes as tajines (stews), couscous, or freshly caught seafood. Also, don’t forget to have a typical Moroccan Tea after your surf!

Nightlife

With limited servings of alcohol in Morocco, coffee and juices are the main drinks in Taghazout. Find occasional music and cinema nights at Cafe Mouja along the main beach or visit the trendy hotspot (and the only licensed) Amouage Bar, that is overlooking the ocean with a perfect sunset.

Taghazout at a glance
Taghazout is well-known for its perfect right-hands and plenty of surf spots around.
Point breaks
Killer point and Anchor point are great point breaks in Taghazout, while still close to beach breaks in Tamraght
Best Time to Surf
Visit Taghazout in the months September to April for the best surf conditions
Wear a Wetsuit
In Morocco you always need a wetsuit for surfing, either a shorty in the summer or a long one in winter
Airport Arrival
Book your flight to Agadir and take a bus or taxi to get to Taghazout (19 km north of Agadir)
No ATM
Get plenty of cash out as there are no ATMs in surf spot Taghazout (nearest one is in Aourir) and not all machines accept Maestro
Agadir Souk
Visit the traditional market in Agadir called the Souk el Had where locals shop to get their fruits, vegetables, and spices
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