Went On The bus from agadir for a day trip. Lively beach with mainly youngsters attracted to water sports. Has a great day!
Grossly over-rated as a beach. The surfing brigade have moved in with all the accompanying noise and distractions. Stick to Agadir beach and you will enjoy it much more.
We came here on a day trip from agadir and decided to catch the local bus (which was interesting). When we arrived there were surf shops everywhere where you can hire boards, wetsuits etc all for a reasonable fee. We of course went surfing and what an experience it was. Once we returned the boards we had a walk down... More
What a beautiful place to go surfing! Great Atlantic waves, and so much space to go surfing, and jogging. Many nice cafés, and really nice people around. We just loved this beach and place, and just reluctantly I left it to go on some tour to the desert - which was definitely worth it (we had booked a tour with... More
Day visit, so we did some surfing. Do you homework and price on the web before you go. If you dont know you may get ripped off. Taghazout was smaller than expected. Enjoyed the day, no facilities on the beach, so take lunch.
Went last October for 11 days , to be honest, the women stare at you, wont speak to you, they hate us English women/European, the men, well, constantly follow you, try to tag along, you get stared at all the time if your female, the beaches are dirty full of rubbish you have to be very careful and on your... More
This is by far my favorite place in Morocco. Great surf spots. A hidden gem. Must See if visiting morocco. There are cute restaurants, and great homes to stay in in.
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