Surf house - Safi
Surf the best waves in Morocco in a unique and welcoming setting. Mehdi and his smiling team will warmly welcome you Moroccan-style into a relaxed and incredible setting.
From 219 pp for 3 days / 2 Nights
Camino Surf Morocco - Aglou
Only a footstep from the hotel, and you are standing in the middle of Aglou Plage, a long and sandy beach. From the big terrace you check the waves in the mornings and enjoy the sunset from the comfortable lounge while having a barbecue and some
From 257 pp for 7 nights
Surf Maroc - Taghazout
The West Coast of Morocco is a great surfing destination. With a year-round Atlantic swell and a constantly changing shoreline of exposed and sheltered points, reefs and beach breaks, you're never far from a wave that's perfect for you.
From 275 pp for 8 Days / 7 Nights
Taghazoute Surf House
The Surf house in Morocco is located in Taghazout, Morocco's surfing paradise a few kilometres north of Agadir (the regional transport hub).Between November and May the coastline in and around Taghazout is full of long, righthand point breaks,
From 315 pp for 7 Days
Rebali Riads - Essaouira
Relax at Rebali, a beautiful boutique hotel with just 18 rooms in riads and private villas in the village of Sidi Kaouki, south of Essaouira. A few steps from kilometres of amazing sandy beaches, great waves and stunning views over the coast
From 315 pp for 7 nights
Morocco Surf Safari with Grishka Roberts - Rabat
Travel with two times European champion and Quiksilver sponsored surfer Grishka Roberts to the beautiful North African beaches of Morocco and learn to surf in an exclusive, uncrowded beachfront location.
From 495 pp 425 pp for 7 nights
Paradis Plage Surf Yoga & Spa Resort - Morocco
Close your eyes and breathe. You are on one of the most beautiful beaches in Morocco. Paradis Plage is the first yoga & spa resort in Morocco located in the heart of the most famous surf spots in Morocco in the region of Agadir, near
From 434 pp for 7 nights
Ksar Massa - Sidi R'Bat
A guesthouse lost between heaven and earth. Located about 40km south of Agadir, Sidi R’bat is beautiful location with a 7km long powder sand beach in the heart of the National Park of Souss-Massa which is a bird sanctuary where you can find
From 626 pp for 8 Days / 7 Nights
The Sultana Resort - Oualidia
The Sultana Oualidia is situated on the Atlantic coast where the ocean meets the coast. It lies in the middle of a lagoon, protected by 2 landmasses and is one of the jewels of Moroccan hospitality.
From 755 pp for 5 Days / 4 Nights
Although it is situated in Africa, Morocco is an essential destination for surfers that are doing a trip around Europe. This is the ideal country to escape the cold winters and go in search of sun and warm water.
Morocco is one of the northern most points of Africa, separated from Europe by a mere 13kms of the Straits of Gibraltar. It is dominated by the Atlas Mountains, which separate the fertile coastal regions from the harsh Sahara desert. It is the 3rd most populated Arab country, with the Moroccans generally speaking their own dialect of Arabic as well as some speaking Spanish and French and a bit of English.
Morocco is the only African country with coastal exposure to both the Atlantic Ocean and the Mediterranean Sea, with nearly 2000km of coastline being Atlantic. Surfers will find several first-class surf spots along the whole Atlantic coast, from Tangier to Agadir and further. Here you'll find rocky bottoms alternating with sandy ones and reef breaks together with beach breaks, offering surfing opportunities for all skill levels. Morocco is full of point break, and the coastline around the Agadir area is packed with spots that come alive with the swells. Although there is not any surf in Agadir, it is a good base and has world-class waves only a short drive north. The most famous surf spots lie just north of Agadir, around the fishing village and surfing mecca of Taghazout. Anchor Point as a must if you are going to surf Morocco, when it is on, it can break for up to 1km.
The coastline of Morocco has a diversity that offers seemingly endless areas of sand-covered points, reefs, and beach breaks. 50km either side of Agadir is an area densely saturated with world-class spots. With a consistent source of Atlantic swell, and a constantly changing shoreline of exposed and sheltered points, reefs and beach breaks, you can find 10ft points, endless mellow 6ft walls or perfect beginner waves.
- Mehdiya – The birthplace of surfing in Morocco since the soldiers from the US army base started surfing there in the 60s. The most consistent break is the right-hander at Moone that breaks off the pier in the south.
- Les Sablettes – The beach of Les Sablettes has created champions like Micky Picon and Yann Martin who always give the thumbs up to the Marhaba Surf School.
- Ain Diab: On the southern outskirts of Casablanca, the Ain Diab beach is the most exclusive of the city. There are regular competitions on this beach. Morocco won its first blue flag award in 2005.
- Tamri – A friendly beach break suitable for all levels, Tamri is a swell magnet - one of Morocco's best beach breaks. Always offshore in the mornings.
- Boilers – Fast, long right hand point break with a great inside barrel section. This is one of the most consistent breaks and is recommended for intermediate to advanced surfers due to the currents and rocks. Offshore most of the time.
- Killers – Famous sand-bottomed, world-class right-hand point break, 250m rides are likely when there's a good swell. There's a great left-hander when small.
- Mysteries and the Source – Beautiful right hand reef with sand channels. Steep and hollow take off then mellows into a fun and very rippable right hand wall..
- Anchors – Probably the most famous wave in Morocco. It is a long, world-class right hand point break with long, mellow walls providing some of the best, fast peeling barrel sections. Anchors is suitable for long and short board riders, intermediate to advanced only.
- Devils Rock – Peaky, beach break right in front of a village, fun for all levels.
- Imsouanne - one of the longest rights in the world, perfect for beginners, intermediates and longboarders. Can turn to world-class when the swell gets big enough
- Banana Point – mellow right hand point that breaks over sand, long walls perfect for longboarders.
Season & Weather
Morocco weather is at its best in spring (mid-March to May), when the country is lush and green, followed by autumn (September to November), when the heat of summer has eased. Morocco generally gets over 300 days of sunshine a year, with temperatures generally between 21C - 30C.
Surf season for Morocco is best in September through to March when you will find consistent swell, warm water and warm air temperatures. Spring and autumn have similar conditions with hotter air temperatures and fewer crowds. Beware of the summer months, May through to August, as flat spells are common.