Morocco Beach Holidays

Have you ever toured a country where the official language is Arabic? If not, consider traveling to Morocco, Africa, very soon. As a North African country, Morocco boasts beaches along the Mediterranean Sea and the Atlantic Ocean. Its capital city is Rabat. There is a lot to see and a lot to do when you arrive in this beautiful country. One of the main activities you should aim to do during your Morocco beach holidays is surfing. The country’s coastline has many areas that are great for surfing regardless of whether you have done it before.

As aforementioned, there are many areas for surfers in this African country. Prior to starting Morocco beach holidays, however, you should know where you can have memorable surfing activities. The most renowned destination for lovers of surfing is Essaouira. A city that was constructed in the 18th century, and a real Medina and harbor, Essaouira is in the UNESCO World Heritage list. With enough restaurants, bars, accommodation facilities, shops, and art galleries, you can stay in this city for as long as your visa could allow you.

• Moulay Bouzerktoun
With regard to surf spots, Essaouira has many including the Moulay Bouzerktoun in Safi City. It is a town that is located about thirty kilometers north of Essaouira and has a spectacular landscape consisting of sand dunes, beaches, hills, creeks, and plains. When Cherqui, the northern wind, is very gentle, advanced surfers could surf peacefully.

• Sidi Kaouki
Sidi Kaouki, about twenty-five kilometers south of Essaouira, is another perfect destination for ardent surfers. Accessed via the road to Agadir, Sidi Kaouki’s main surfer’s spots are located in an area where Berbers occupy.
Many free surfing zones are offered here, as well as classes for tourists who have never done it before. For beginners, a small to medium swell is safe and less challenging and can be found at the Mausoleum beach break. Essaouira bay is perfect for beginners too, or tourists who wish to surf for fun during their Morocco beach holidays. Great waves are usually found on the southern end where kite flying and other wind sports also take place. A lot of affordable lessons are offered in this popular place as well.

Surfing destinations in Morocco

Morocco Is A Favourite With International Tourists Who Flock There In Increasing Numbers For The Sun, Culture, History And Adventure. Yet In Spite Of The Fact That Morocco Is Very Much On The Tourist Map, This Is A Country That Still Offers Plenty Of Opportunities For More Adventurous Travellers. Look Beyond The Major Tourist Attractions And You Will Find Plenty Of Off-The-Beaten-Track Activities For Those Looking For Real Adventure In The African Sun. Whether You Want To Take A Road Trip To Morocco To Explore The Lesser-Visited Regions, Or Delve A Little Deeper In One Of The Country’s Best Known Cities, A Morocco Vacation Can Be Something Truly Out Of The Ordinary.

morocco beach holidays

• The Plage Safi
One cannot go wrong with the Plage Safi too, a large beach area with rocky slabs. It frequently offers strong and powerfully curly waves for advanced surfers. Less advanced surfers could indulge when there is a little swell for safety reasons. Imsouane is a fishing port that also supports water sports. The village can be accessed in just one and a half hours drive from another surfing town called Taghazout. Not only will you be able to camp in a quiet, beautiful, heavenly place but also surf an amazing wave.
A surfer’s haven, Imsouane Bay boasts the longest beach break in Africa, which is also among the most admired in the world. If you have not surfed before, and you consider yourself a novice, do not leave Morocco without visiting the Devils Rock. It offers left and right waves and a safe sandy bottom for a starter like you. After a session, go to one of the local restaurants for a trouble-free relaxation and delicious local cuisines.

Bottom line
There are so many unspoiled surfing areas in Morocco that any passionate surfer would want to visit. For more information on Morocco beach holidays, visit our Surfcamp Morocco website and we will be glad to educate you more on our surfing trips!