First discovered as a surfing paradise by Jimi Hendrix in the '70, Morocco is a true surfing destination now. With a beautiful long stretched coastline and a longer summer than any other Mediterranean place, Morocco's is a great place to surf from December to the beginning of March. The most popular places to surf in Morocco are Taghazout and Agadir. On a surf camp in Morocco, you can learn how to surf or find waves suitable for intermediate and advanced surfers - it's great for anyone! Get rid of muscle aches in a traditional Moroccan hammam, and with a cup of fresh mint tea after surfing.
Having been pinned on the surf map in the 1950s, Morocco is a preferred surfing destination for Europeans looking to escape the cold winters back home, but its legendary waves also attract surfers from far and wide.
You haven’t truly had a complete surfing experience if you haven’t dipped your surfboard in the Atlantic Ocean on Morocco’ beaches.
Have you been dreaming of surfing the legendary waves that Morocco is so famous for? If you’ve been intimated by their notoriety before, no need to be anymore. Morocco is one of the best places on earth to progress and improve your technique in record time.