The coast north of Agadir is surrounded by beautiful hills spilling into its numerous beaches. It is home to perfect waves, from sandy bottomed beginners’ waves to long glassy point breaks. In winter, the low pressures in the north Atlantic generate long period groundswells that travel 1000s of miles to hit the coast of Morocco and produce the hollow barrels the area is famous for. For advanced surfers, the best time to come is October to February.
The small, laidback towns and the surrounding area not only hosts the world-renowned surf breaks Anchor Point, Killer Point, Dracula and Boilers, but also has a wide selection of waves for every need and capability, and also offers the most consistent waves to be found anywhere. Taghazout has been attracting foreign surfers since the 60s, and here you can find surf shops, restaurants, a pharmacy, Moroccan handicrafts and other amenities.
On flat days, you can visit Agadir’s souk, hike Paradise Valley, take a horseback ride, go quad biking, or get an argan oil massage at a hammam. Please let us know if you are interested in any of these activities, and we would be happy to make arrangements.