|SWEEL||AIR TEMP||SEA TEMP||WETSUITS|
|SEPT – NOV||4 – 7 FT||22C – 25C||18C – 21C||SHORTIE|
|DEC – FEB||4 – 16 FT||18C – 26C||16C – 18C||3/2 FULL WETSUIT|
|MAR – MAY||4 – 5 FT||20C – 26C||18C – 20C||3/2 FULL WETSUIT|
|JUN – AUG||3 – 4 FT||25C – 35C||20C +-||SHORTIE|
Surfing Morocco is a year-round destination, and offers waves suitable for everyone. The best surfing months are September-April as this is when we get the biggest swells. The smallest swells occur between May-August and would be perfect for beginners who are looking to improve their skill. During the winter months, you’ll only need a 3/2 wetsuit, and during the summer a pair of shorts will be fine!
We are located centrally to Morocco’s best surfing spots and our guides offer valuable local and cultural advice, so there’s no excuse not to take it all in! We offer the best spots for all levels along some of the country’s best coastline. So what’s stopping you? Book now!
Morocco has been a popular surfing destination since the 1960s. The weather is stunning all year round, and offers the perfect backdrop to that idyllic surfing break. The coastline is stunning, and offers a variety of firing point breaks, sheltered beach breaks, and reefs. It is especially suitable for intermediate surfers looking to progress from beaches to point breaks, but we are sure everyone will be able to find their perfect wave! Shoot us an email and let’s get started today!
TAGHAZOUT'S WORLD CLASS SURFER VILLAGE
Visiting Morocco for surf holidays means great surf in Taghazout’s beach, point breaks and reefs. Taghazout bay is now officially a World Class Surfing village, becoming the first surfing destination for Europeans, Americans and Australians in North of Africa. Surf here is just super awesome. Welcome to your home at the ocean!
Agadir is one of the most popular tourist destinations of Morocco with the country’s bet facilities and classic white sand beach. The city of agadir has a rich cultural history which makes it across the globe.
It’s the chief seaport of Morocco on the western side. The city in fact has a long list of tourist attractions: Traditional and modern building parks mountains and popular Berber traditional markets. The city has now involved into one of the most luxurious holiday resorts and boasts to have some of the best white sand beaches of Morocco. The city also is famous for its fishing industry since a long time. That’s one of the foremost attractions of the place.