Surf Coast Morocco provides surf camps with a focus on family-like atmosphere and small surf classes, all levels are welcomed. For those who are surf beginners, you will learn the correct position on your surfboard, how to paddle and pop up, and to catch your first whitewater wave. With a passion for surfing and an open heart for people from all over the world, Surf Coast Morocco not only want to teach you surfing, but also you having the best time of your life!
Surf Coast Morocco offer apartments in their beach house in Taghazout. The house is directly at the beach, with a nice view from the common rooftop terrace overlooking the beach and the ocean. The apartments have a private living room, bathroom, kitchen, and a double room. The house is very calm and ideal for families, groups, or travelers who wants to relax after surfing and keep their privacy.
The other house in Taghazout is a hostel-style with a more communal vibe on the rooftop terrace. Perfect for individual young travelers who wants to stay in shared bedrooms and connecting with other travelers.
Left hand wave which is close to the surf house and most of the time it is not busy. 11 kilometers is a point break where you can improve your surf in low tide and high tide.
It’s a nice wave at a sandy beach and it’s not too powerful. In 12 kilometers you can find an easy left and right hand wave for beginners and intermediates.
this point is right in front the village of Tamraght. Good waves for all surf levels, offering punchy lefts and rights with a mainly sandy bottom. When big swells wash the sand banks away, you can notice the rocks for a couple of weeks before the sand banks build up again. It can get very crowded.
A sand bottom point break, quiet and very beautiful place, great for beginners. With it’s fast hollow right-hander sections, be sure to get a good rush at this spot.
There are better waves in the region and this is one of the most fickle breaks out there (working only on a westerley swell and at mid to high tides). That being said, the fact that it is in the center of Taghazout means that it is so easy to get to that you will always find yourself having a cheeky little session on it.
A great surfing point and the most crowded. Very big waves that are known throughout Morocco, which produces a long right-hander peeling off the rocks. An endless succession of long mellow speed walls.
A surfing point where anyone can hang out in a friendly atmosphere. The right hand section provides a nice ride especially on the incoming high tide. The ideal swell angle is from the northwest.
Fresh water springs bubble up from the onshore rock formations forming ‘the Well’, providing performance walls and a high lifting a-frame, perfect for all levels of surfing abilities.
Deep water right hand point break. Best on large north eastern swells and low to mid tides with long walls breaking from the outside across the bay.
Vampire teeth shaped rocks give the name to this big swell handler. A fast right hander pushes some punchy often large sets, definitely not for the faint hearted, known as boilers evil twin.
This place is a right hand reef break with different conditions in onshore and offshore with clean conditions. It’s next to dracula’s. You can surf boilers in high tide and in low tide.
A sandy beach break and a strong currents. For beginners, just be aware how far you have drifted down the coast. Works on different tides depending on how the banks are and also on the swell.
Sharp rocks and sand, very good waves for all levels. Right hand point break and high tides with north-easterly winds. If the spot works well, it’s beautiful. Sometimes the whole beach works, not just the point, so there’s space for everyone.
Tifnit a great local fishing village famous for its cave houses “grots”, and probably one of the best swell magnets in the area of Agadir. This little gem can make your trip worth while with its miles of empty breaks and wild beaches. With a number of reef’s beaches and slabs along this coast, there is a wave for everyone.
This surf retreat will take place in a small fishing village of Taghazout 19 kilometers north of the city Agadir in the south west of Morocco. Taghazout Bay gives you ideal conditions for learning and improving your surfing, not just for the different kind of beach breaks you can find, but also for the weather and sunny days nearly 365 days a year. It is close to surf spots such as panorama, hash, and anchor point, perfect for surf beginners to intermediates and professionals.
Let the sunshine in your heart and start your surfing day with a delicious Moroccan and continental breakfast on their terraces:
Sweet Moroccan mint tea, fresh coffee and milk, freshly baked bread, omelette, pancakes, honey, jam, fresh fruit, cereals, cheese, olives, and eggs.
The lunch package will be served at the beach. Enjoy a fresh made salad or sandwich filled with fish, meat or cheese, vegetables, and delicious fruits as dessert. Take a good break and listen to the sound of the waves while eating!
After a long day of surfing and activities at the beach, a delicious dinner of international and Moroccan cuisine with hot tagines, fish or meat, veggies, and fresh bread will wait for you on their beautiful terraces. Once a week, all the guests are invited for a barbecue.
Using fresh and healthy ingredients is their priority, so you can start your next day with a smile and full of energy. If you have any food intolerance or allergies, please feel free to inform Surf Coast Morocco.
If you feel like a break from surfing or for those of you who don’t surf, then horse and camel riding and quad biking are all close by and easily organized. For those who’d like to relax, there are miles of empty golden sandy beaches to discover or you can sunbath and chill out in the privacy of the villa or your apartment.
Agadir is a major modern city in the southern part of Morocco. It is of interest primarily because of its location, as it is surrounded by the Anti Atlas, the Sahara desert on the Atlantic coast with many national parks, and secluded beaches which are all easily accessible.
Amazing red cliffs of El Gezira in Mirleft, a tiny town with beautiful sandy beaches.
A large fishing harbor, the old medina with its fortified walls and a long sandy beach. Enjoy the french flair and take your time to explore Essaouiras rich culture: diverse art galleries, spice markets, and the easy-going local people.
Feel the magic and oriental vibe of the Red City where Moroccan tradition meets modernity.
This inland gorge is another great outdoor recreation destination near Agadir. Mountain trails lead to Berber villages and waterfalls at Ida Ouatanane tumble off the cliffs during the spring. The winding gorge is filled with palm trees, and the chance to visit a traditional Berber village is a real treat. It’s a full day trip, but well worth the effort.
Please book your flight to arrive at Agadir–Al Massira Airport (AGA). Marrakesh Menara Airport (RAK) is another option but you will need to take a bus or a taxi to get to the camp. Transfer from and to Agadir–Al Massira Airport (AGA) is available upon request.
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