Top 5 surf spots in Morocco

By seo
May 28, 2024
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Some of the most common inquiries we receive from visitors are about the best surf spots in Tamraght,, so in this blog we shall try to cover 5 best surf spots for you so that you can choose the right one for yourself aaccordingly to your surfing skills


On a perfect day surfers can get up to 700 meters of waves. The bay is a great favorite of ours and a longboarder’s paradise. It’s one of the longest right-handers in this holy land, with all sand at the bottom and works perfectly in low rising tide, although on high it’s like a swimming pool.


Stunning and one of our favorite surf spots. It’s a 40-minute drive from our surf camp in Tamraght. The beach is wide and suitable for all levels of surfers. The river cutting through the area makes it even more picturesque. When the surf is flat in Tamraght, this spot catches more swell than any other nearby. And when we’re here, you can bet on goat tagine for lunch.

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Desert Beach, near the colorful village of Aghroud, is a beautiful beach break that offers an escape from the crowded surf breaks in Tamraght and Taghazout. It is one of the least surfed points in the area, but we love it because it’s not crowded and we know it well on the inside and out. The point is about 15 minutes from Tamraght.


The name alone is intimidating enough; the spot got its moniker from the many sightings of Orcas (killer whales) that occurred there. It’s a great place to go when Anchors is busy, which is often. Another favorite of ours, and we’ll tell you why: the sunsets here are absolutely breathtaking. The towering cliffs that surround the area further enhance the allure of the top shelf right-hander (and occasionally left-hander) waves that break there. However, you’ll need to be in good shape, because when big swells roll in, the paddle back to the peak becomes a formidable ordeal.


Near Taghazout Bay, at a well-known surf area called Devil’s Rock, you’ll find excellent, rock-free waves that are perfect for beginners as well as those more experienced surfers. You’ll also be close to Banana Point and Spiders. The Moussem d’Imourane, held annually on September 1st, is another reason Devil’s Rock is famous. At this gathering, revelers come to see the seven enchanted waves that rise from Devil’s Cave. For the sake of marital bliss and procreation, it is also a go to spot in the local folklore.


These Moroccan surf destinations provide world-class waves, local culture, challenging terrain, and delectable food, making them ideal for a fantastic surfing vacation. For an exciting surfing adventure in Morocco contact Yogi Surfer.

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