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Join this surf camp and enhance your surfing skills with yoga practice in Tamraght, Morocco! This package is suitable for guests who would like to combine learning to surf with gentle, surf-focused yoga sessions where the two perfectly complement each other. No experience of surfing or yoga is required and tuition can be tailored to your level and requirements. Just come with a willingness to learn and a desire to have fun.
Azul Guesthouse is characterized by its relaxed atmosphere and the unique accommodation style. It combines the charm of a Moroccan house with the comfort and amenities of a hotel, which distinguishes it from all other accommodations of the area.
Located just steps away from the best surf spots in Morocco, Azul Guesthouse is your new, extraordinary “home away from home” in Taghazout Bay, a spacious welcoming guest house that offers budget accommodation with many services. Azul Guesthouse offers a friendly and great ambiance, good food, cozy areas for chill out, and a great atmosphere. Azul Guesthouse prides themselves in providing affordable, comfortable accommodation and many of the guests return regularly.
The views from Azul Guesthouse’s terrace are generally agreed to be stunning, overlooking the entire Bay of Taghazout. From the comfort of a Moroccan armchair, one can begin to enjoy beautiful panoramic viewpoints and appreciate beautiful sunsets. At Azul Guesthouse, you will make discoveries and an unforgettable stay.
The restaurant is also open to non-guests (reservation required). Azul Guesthouse's staff does their best to provide the best food and the best service. Please feel free to call or to contact Azul Guesthouse to reserve your table, they look forward to welcoming you. The menu changes throughout the year and is based on seasonal produce and availability from local suppliers. Living a few meters from the ocean, fresh fish is often a favorite and sometimes the catch of the day is courtesy of the guesthouse owner, Bouhcine, a keen fisherman. They’re happiest when the table is full of home-cooked tagines, couscous dishes, and Moroccan-inspired salads. Wholesome and colorful meals, the perfect accompaniment to a long day of play in the waves!
All of the ten spacious rooms are equipped with your comfort in mind. They all have a separate living room, bedroom and kitchen / dining areas, with a unique blend of traditional and modern styling, offering everything you would expect to make your stay enjoyable. The rooms range from four-bed bunk rooms, double / twin rooms to spacious one and two-bed apartments, with accommodation options to suit all budgets and traveler type, from solo travelers to families. The hand-carved wooden finishings and furniture are courtesy of the guesthouse’s owner, Bohcine, ensuring unique, characterful interiors. All of the suites are fully equipped with flat screen TV, refrigerator, gas hob, kettle, high-speed Wi-Fi connection, and storage space.
The bunk bed room can sleep up to four people in two bunk beds with a shared bathroom.
The triple rooms sleep three people in three single beds. They can be either as part of a separate one-bedroom unit, or a two-bedroom unit. Please let Azul know your preferences. The latter means a triple room can be combined with a twin / double room to accommodate five adults comfortably.
The deluxe double rooms are spacious bedrooms separated from the dining/ sitting room areas. Beds can be configured as double or two single beds. Ideal for solo travelers, couples, and small families.
The two bedroom suites are spacious apartment-style suites with two bedrooms separated from the large dining/ sitting room areas.
The royal suite is a spacious 130 square meters two-bedroom apartment with its own private roof terrace. Sleeping four adults in one double bedroom and one twin bedroom. There are two bathrooms, one en-suite with the double bedroom, and one off the main living area. The sitting and dining area can comfortably accommodate eight people. There is a large kitchen with kettle, fridge / freezer and gas hob.
Azul Guesthouse's instructors will organize the classes so that beginners, intermediates, and experienced surfers feel comfortable and are in waves suitable to your level of experience as you want you to feel safe, continue to learn, and have fun! For experienced surfers, you can book a surf guide to take you to the many spots available along Morocco’s south coast.
Yoga classes can be held either on Azul Guesthouse's roof terrace, on the beach, or at a nearby yoga studio. For surfers, the classes will be geared towards poses to aide your pre / post surfing sessions. The morning class is a dynamic, energizing work out. The afternoon is a more gentle, restorative class. Classes can be tailored to all levels of yoga practice from total beginners to more advanced. The beachfront location, ocean air, and sunsets make for a very special yoga practice.
From lifeguard to mechanical engineer to surf instructor, Hucine has a similarly colorful CV to his older brother. The youngest of the seven brothers, Hucine has the can-do attitude, enthusiasm, and energy that can make anything happen. Having worked at a few surf camps in the area over the years, it was a natural step in the ocean to work with his brother in opening their own surf house. He shares his passion for surfing and home country freely, and is a patient and encouraging teacher. His big smile, love of people, and musical talents draw a loyal following of clients.
A pro surfer, currently sponsored by O’Neill, Tarik is one of Morocco’s most talented surfers. His home break at Imourane is just a few minutes walk from the beach house. He leads the surf classes with confidence and a wonderful sense of humor. Suitable for all levels, his teaching can be adjusted to both first-time surfers and experienced surfers alike, he will happily show you his favorite local spots. Few can resist his infectious laugh!
Hucine and Bohcine’s nephew, Mohamed, is an avid surfer, on hand to help out with pushes and encouragement in the waves, and his can-do attitude means he is a well-received extra pair of hands around the guesthouse.
Born in the UK, raised in Africa, Sally brings a wealth of experience in travel to the continent. Sally is a host, writer, marketer, yogi, lover of creativity, people, play, and the ocean. Her artwork and writing can be enjoyed via Azul Guesthouse's blog, social media, and at the guesthouse. New to surfing and life in Morocco, she’s learning to master the art of balancing cultural and language differences with a big smile and open heart.
The guesthouse is located close to Morocco's best surf spots for all levels from beginners to advanced surfers. There are many breaks within five minutes' walk to choose from. At Azul Guesthouse, you are also suggested with many other activities to enjoy in Taghazout bay.
Azul Guesthouse is next door to Babakoul, a Moroccan inspired cafe / restaurant, which is open all day and serves mint teas, coffees, pizzas, lassis, and waffles. There’s also a new vegetarian / vegan café, Let’s Be, within a few minutes' walk offering colorful and vibrant dishes. And many others in Tamraght, Aourir, and Taghazout, the neighboring villages.
Sand bottom beach break. Just a 10-minute walk from Azul Guesthouse, this is the local break and it’s also the most consistent throughout the year. It’s a great surf spot for beginners and improvers. Can be crowded on the weekends in holiday season with locals. The relaxed vibe and café choices on the beach.
Beach tucked between the usually dry Tamraght river mouth and rocks offering some northerly wind protection. A long easy right can break from the point, otherwise, it’s a beginner's beach break, which explains the surf schools in the village.
A very shallow and powerful reef break that’s only suitable for experienced surfers due to the large, hollow waves that often break into rideable tubes.
Long NW swells that reach from 3 to 15 feet have earned Anchor Point the title of a world-class surf break. First surfed in the 1960s, since then it has become one of Morocco’s favorite surf spots. It’s easiest to come in at one of the coves and walk back to jump off at the end between sets. Works on all but high tides, unless it’s huge, which is when it may be possible to ride back to Taghazout. It’s worth visiting, even if just to observe the way the wave breaks.
Most popular amongst longboarders and beginners. Long sweeping right-hander, easier than Anchor Point but the current can tricky to paddle against. Panorama’s also offers great waves for intermediate surfers once the wave hits five feet. When the wave is this high, beginners should be cautious as the shore break can be tough when the swell is large. Panorama’s can often offer longer rides than its neighboring breaks.
A 10-minute drive south from the guesthouse, on the outskirts of Agadir. This awesome spot has a peaky, steep left which sits on a reef, and a mellower, pealing right on the sand. The middle section works too so there’s loads of space for everyone. It works best at high-tide. This beach is also perfect for beginners. There is a large beach break where you can surf in the white water and if there is not so much of swell, you can practice taking open waves. There is a few cafes and restaurants nearby.
It is 45 minutes by car north from Azul Guesthouse, a consistent beach break that has trong currents. This is usually the place to go when the spots around Tamraght and Taghazout are flat. Quick back sections pay privilege to an even more constant beach push, strong currents at times but a fun ride all the same. For beginners just be aware of how far you have drifted down the coast. The estuary is home to camels and flamingos, a truly beautiful spot. For more experienced surfers, there is normally a great left-hander off the sandbank in front of the cliff.
Imsouane is a pretty little fishing village. Known for its long waves, the view of The Bay from above shows beautiful regular right-handers that take you from one end of the bay to the other. One of the longest rides in Africa, you can ride the wave for 600 meters. Improvers can enjoy a long whitewash down the front to perfect their pop-up. Best time to get in is mid-low tide when the waves are at 1,5 meters high for big, strong, and long regular waves.
Positioned on the other side of the bay, Cathedral delivers surfers beach, reef and point breaks with strong waves for all surfers! The point break is the more intermediate spot popular with short and bodyboarders. This break delivers fast, powerful right-hand waves, especially with an east offshore wind. Low tides can bring in steep peaks and barrels with 1,5 meters waves being the sweetest to shred.
The beach break, on the other hand, can be great for both improvers and beginners with both left and right waves from multiple peaks. Performing best at high tide with one-meter waves, this sandy bottom break gives powerful waves that are great for all surf levels and boards.
Azul's restaurant offers the best of traditional Moroccan gastronomy and provides fresh ingredients preferring organic local products. Azul Guesthouse always offers alternative dishes for vegetarians and prepares a special menu for guests with food intolerances.
Azul Guesthouse can cook authentic homemade Moroccan cuisine made from natural local products from the area. In the dishes, you will find tastes, fragrances, and flavors of traditional Moroccan food made with love and passion. Azul Guesthouse can offer alternative dishes for vegetarians and prepare a special menu for any guests with dietary requirements. Azul Guesthouse is well-known for the generous Moroccan-style family feasts served on the beautiful colorful roof terrace complete with 360-degree views over Tamraght and Taghazout Bay. Come and join Azul Guesthouse for a lively and delicious communal dinner and a delicious home-cooked Moroccan cuisine.
Azul Guesthouse can cater for different dietary requirements, please let them know in advance so that they can shop and plan meals accordingly. Some of the locals do drink the tap water in Morocco. Azul Guesthouse would recommend drinking bottled water. This is included in the packages. You can bring your own alcohol to the guesthouse. Alcohol can be purchased at the airport on arrival, or in Agadir. Some places to buy alcohol in Agadir are in Metro, Uniprix, and Marjane. Note that shops selling alcohol close at 20:00.
Here in Taghazout Bay, you are blessed with a multitude of day trips within short driving distance from dune surfing in the ‘petit desert’ to hiking in Paradise Valley and surfing some of Morocco’s longest waves in the picturesque fishing village of Imsouane. The regional capital, Agadir, plays host to a diverse mix of cultural and historic sights including Souk El Had, ancient city ruins, excellent shopping, and a lively marina.
It is 30 minutes’ drive from the diverse city of Agadir. On this excursion, you will visit the Souk El-had, also known as the Sunday Souk, open every day except Monday, the third largest souk in North Africa after Fez and Cairo. Explore the Kasbah Oufella, the old City ruins sit high above the existing City. From here you will enjoy a panoramic view over the city and its sweeping bay and a visit the marina, stopping for lunch at one of our favorite fish restaurants.
Here, Azul is blessed with long stretches of sandy beaches within an easy walk or trot. The nearest beach, Imourane, is five kilometers long, perfect for a sunset canter. Together with the local horse riding partners, you can arrange horse riding excursions from two hours to three days, with the longer treks being along the coast, heading inland to Paradise Valley, or even further into the desert. On the longer treks, accommodation will be camping in tents.
Imsouane is a pretty little fishing village en-route to Essaouira. This is one of the most popular day trips, a beautiful drive north for 90 minutes along the coastal road and you will discover this bohemian surf village. Home to two breaks, The Bay which has the longest wave in Morocco, one of the longest rides in Africa where you can ride the wave for 600 meters, and there’s The Cathedral. Both are suitable for all level of surfers. They work on opposite tides so you can spend the morning surfing one spot, eat fish fresh off the boat for lunch, and then swap to the other spot for your afternoon session. If time and weather permitting, you will also make a stop at the ‘petit desert’ for dune boarding.
Just 40 minutes’ drive inland to the Atlas Mountains, you will find this lush valley filled with palm trees, natural rock pools and cliff jumping into rivers, and oases. Spend the day hiking the mountain paths, swimming in the rivers, or feasting on tagine in cafes with table and chairs in the river. Pack your trainers, sun cream, water, and swimwear. In the Summer, temperatures can soar into the late 40 degrees so you are recommended to have an early morning or late afternoon visit. En-route to or from the valley, you can make a stop at a women’s cooperative to walk around the gardens and learn more about the natural products they create using the argan nut, prickly pear, and natural oils.
For those looking to experience one of Morocco’s historic cities and friendly souks, Taroudant is a charming walled city within easy reach of the guesthouse. On a day trip here, you will take the route inland towards the Sahara and Ouarzazate, driving alongside the panorama of the Anti-Atlas Mountains. Once within the cities’ crumbling ramparts, built in 1528, you will discover one of Morocco’s former capitals. Sometimes referred to as a Mini-Marrakech, there are two souks, a Berber and an Arabic, selling everything from food to ceramics and leather goods. You will love exploring this friendly city, soaking up the atmosphere of its bustling squares, cafes spilling onto streets, and walking around its city walls, which beautifully reflect the changing colors of the sun.
Agadir–Al Massira Airport
Please book your flight to arrive at Agadir-Al Massira Airport (AGA). Transfer from and to the airport is included. Azul Guesthouse will pick you up from the airport.
Azul Guesthouse is 45-minute road transfer from Agadir-Al Massira Airport (AGA), served by direct flights from the UK and other major European airports, two to four hours' flying time. Azul Guesthouse can arrange transfer to / from Agadir-Al Massira Airport (AGA) for 30 EUR each way.
Other airports nearby include Essaouira-Mogador Airport (ESU) (two hours' drive) and Marrakesh Menara Airport (RAK) (three hours), Azul Guesthouse can easily arrange road transfers to / from both. Casablanca Airport (CMN) is a six-hour bus journey from Azul Guesthouse. Transfers to Agadir bus station are 20 EUR each way.
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