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Ultimate guide to best surfing and kite surfing spots in Morocco

Morocco is a unique country with a variety of different activities to enjoy when traveling around the kingdom. Morocco offers a bunch of best activities such as camel ride in the desert; trekking & hiking mountains, snow and sand boarding as well as surf and kite surf. Across the territory, there are big cities, mountains, beaches… Morocco is a kitesurfing, surfing paradise and a fantastic playground starting only 14km away from the Southern tip of Europe (Spain).
Morocco is quickly becoming one of the world’s favorite surfing destinations. The size of the waves and the ideal weather makes Morocco the perfect destination for a surfing holiday.
Have you ever dreamed of going on a surf trip to Morocco? If you are wondering about the best surf camps in Morocco or what are the best surf schools? Are you planning to surf or kitesurf in Morocco and don’t know where to go or start, here we make a collection of high spots to go.
As a tour guide and after spending many years in the tourism industry, I can tell you that Morocco is a true surfing paradise. There are plenty of great surfing beaches that will fulfill your dreams and give you a fabulous surfing trip across Morocco.
In this complete guide about surfing in Morocco, we will try to include all the information you need concerning the best Morocco surf spots, what is the best time to surf in Morocco? Where are the best surf schools in the country? If you are planning to be in Morocco for a couple of weeks, the following list of Morocco surf spots will help you plan your trip ideally.


Surfing in Essaouira:
Travel guides and agencies always recommend Essaouira. It’s a beautiful place for tourists and surfers in Morocco. It has an authentic Medina, harbor and a fort build in the 18th century. And Essaouira is on the UNESCO World Heritage list.
The waves are often at best in the mornings. The mornings are often quiet. In the afternoon the kite- and windsurfers will take over because of the stronger winds. Besides surfing in Essaouira, there are so many things to do as exploring the town and immerse yourself among locals discovering the authentic lifestyle as well as the fascinating architecture.
The ideal location of Essaouira makes it very famous because it is too close to other surf sites. In 20 min drive, very quiet spots are to give you the best ultimate surfing experiences….


Surfing in Agadir:
One of Morocco’s surf sites is Agadir, a city located in the south of Morocco. It may not be the best Moroccan surf destination but it is an easily accessible and affordable destination. The city has an airport connecting it with all other major Moroccan cities. What makes Agadir one of the surfing spots is its location close to plenty of beautiful beaches that will appeal to beginner as well as experienced surfers. Besides surfing or kitesurf, the surrounding area of Agadir is mysterious enough to meet all your needs; big resorts are there for a good relaxing time, green areas, jungles and mountains. If you are short on time, Agadir should be the choice you go for.

Surfing in and near Taghazout:
Taghazout is one of the best surfing areas in Morocco if not in the whole world. This spot receives thousands of surfers from all over the world looking for the best surf resorts. Taghazout is super easy to reach from Agadir, Essaouira or Marrakech by public transport, it is a destination you should absolutely include in your surfing trip. The great thing about Taghazout is that surf schools are very affordable. The same goes for accommodation. It is a destination for surfers because it offers all kind of surfing conditions, from soft beginner waves to heavy reef breaks for more advanced surfers. It is a nice hippie town with gorgeous cafes, stunning murals, and chilling weather almost all year round. The best time to surf in Taghazout is from late fall to early spring. Between September and April, the swell of the waves is fantastic and the wind is ideal.
During the rest of the year the conditions are not as good as they are since a strong North-West wind blow most of the time. So, if you are looking for less crowded beaches and more affordable surf lessons it wouldn’t be a bad idea to come during the low season though. Next to Taghazout, Tamri and Imsouane are other surfing hubs to check out.


Surfing Imsouane:
Imsouane is a beautiful Moroccan town located right between Essaouira and Taghazout. Imsouane is the favorite destination in Morocco for many surfers.
Imsouane is a relatively remote location and there are not many transport options available to get.
When it is getting colder in Europe, think of surfing in Morocco for your surf escape and forget your thick wetsuits. Morocco’s pleasant climate and exposure to the North Atlantic swells make it an attractive surfing destination, especially given its close proximity to Europe.
Let us be your first choice for your unforgettable experience in Morocco.




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