Summarizing this beautiful area:
- extremely friendly people,
- laid-back attitude,
- busy port,
- beach resorts,
- the city was completely rebuilt after the earthquake in 1960,
- sun, sand, pubs and pizza,
- concrete-covered inland quarters are ugly and sterile,
- beachfront promenade, where Moroccan street life comes with a refreshing sense of space,
- 300 sunny days a year
There are no sights worth visiting in Agadir which is not a bad thing, because Agadir’s beaches are worth the travel to Morocco. Hire a car and drive along the coast.
Taghazout is is a small fishing village 19 km north of the city of Agadir in the south west of Morocco.The inhabitants are mostly of Berber origin. Fishing, tourism, and the production of Argan oil are the main source of income. The developing tourism industry promises to increase the wealth of the area in near future.
Imsouane is a small town and rural commune in Agadir-Ida Ou Tanane Prefecture of the Souss-Massa-Drâa region of Morocco. It is a fishing village which is very popular for surfing. The waves are great but the smell of fish and the floating fishheads are less appealing.
SURF STAR – Morocco
Surf packages for Beginners at Surf Star
- Daily Surf lessons/guiding for your level, surfboard & wetsuit hire, and transport
- Surf house accommodation with room cleaning and 3 ocean view terraces!
- Daily big breakfasts, tasty lunches, water bottle, fresh fruit and snacks
- 6 Delicious Moroccan dinners per week by our resident Berbere chefs
- Surf photo feedback sessions and photo service available
- Organised social night out and excellent optional extra activities
- Agadir Airport or Bus Station Transfers*