Morocco has one the fantastic beaches for surfing, with its 3500 km of coastline, has hundreds of surf and remains a paradise for surfers. Its geographical position makes it an ideal destination to have fun all year round!
In addition to the enjoyable climate and water at an ideal temperature, the spots are of exceptionally high quality, among the best in Africa. Each year, thousands of European people target Morocco to enjoy its long waves that will satisfy beginners as to experienced surfers! Moreover, in addition to sublime waves, you can enjoy the beautiful scenery, one of the best foods, and the tranquility of the local life.
Let’s explore our List of The Best Morocco surf spots.
Imsouane is probably the most preserved destination on the southern coast of Morocco… Nevertheless, it remains a traditional area, since this secret spot hasn’t been known by most international beach lovers and surfers until recently.
This excellent spot will delight young beginners as well as professionals. If you are near Agadir, don’t hesitate to give this place a shot. it has an amazing view with wonderful waves that worth travel into it, which is super great for Essaouira visitors.
People come to Dakhla to participate in this Kit surfing activity. Several hotels and resorts in the area offer kite surf camps. It is also possible to find outfitters who only provide equipment and transportation to kite surfing spots.
A flagship destination in one of the best beaches in morocco for lovers of all water sports, Dakhla surf is an ideal spot for kitesurfing, windsurfing, surfing, and stand-up paddling.
Aghroud Beach, Agadir
Uncrowded because away from major cities, the beach of Aghroud is peaceful and exotic. It has two artisanal fishing landing points where you can buy your fish directly from the fishermen.
Plage de Martil, Tétouan
Tetouan is one of the most attractive places in Morocco. The region is bordered by the turquoise waters of the Mediterranean Sea on one side of it, the awe-inspiring Riff Mountains on the other, and by groves of orange and almond trees all around.
The beach of Martil is located about twenty minutes from downtown Tetouan. a popular with both Moroccan and foreign tourists, it is known for its many organized bonfires at night in a joyful atmosphere. Don’t forget to take picture shot it’s gonna be a good souvenir moment.
Moulay Bousselham Beach
The beaches of Moulay Bousselham offers a variety of leisure activities such as windsurfing and quad biking. Overlooking the beach, Villa Nora it Situated at Moulay Bousselham. It’s a garden, patio and common lounge. The home is situated in 2.4 mi of all Marja Ez Zeirga. The sea view Is Excellent, material is friendly
It’s an endless beach with open ocean and dunes all around. Morocco’s beaches are popular with surfers, so waves are rarely calm. Fine golden sand covers the bottom of the ocean on the beach. Small pools form at low tide on the beach, which kids love. Surfing and swimming is hard because of strong waves. Families with kids should choose Moulay Bousselham lagoon with a sandbank at the mouth of the river because it’s protected from strong waves, the bottom is clean and it’s shallow.
Saidia is one of the longest beaches in Morocco and is characterized by its fine golden sand. It is a popular destination, both nationally and internationally.
A long stretch of calm sea and warm water if it’s not windy, The cleanest beach in the north of Morocco, the water’s so clear you can see fish swimming in it, not crowded and not polluted, best to avoid the crowded beaches
Sidi Hsain Beach Nador
Protected by two cliffs, Sidi Hsain is the home to many fishing huts located near the dike. Early in the morning, it is possible to see fishermen returning from their expedition crates loaded with fish and shellfish, from whom you can buy directly.
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Quemado Beach, Al Hoceima
Located at the foot of the cliff Quémado, this beach offers exceptional views in Al Hoceima. There are many seaside resorts popular with holidaymakers.
This beach has fine sand and crystal clear water, and it’s backed by a cliff. During the evenings, the water is flooded with light. A night swim here can be really awesome!
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Located a few kilometers from Agadir, surf Taghazout beach enjoys a mild climate that, combined with beautiful waves, attract novice and experienced surfers.
Taghazout beach is one of Morocco’s top surfing spots since it’s located just north of Agadir on the country’s windswept Atlantic coast. Located south of Taghazout town, the sandy beach south of four miles (6 KM) is lined with hotels, bars, restaurants, and surf shops with lots of places to rent boards.
Beach of Legzira, Sidi Ifni
The beach of Legzira near Sidi Ifni is known for its red cliffs pierced by arches and breathtaking tunnels. It is the ideal place to camp and enjoying grilled fish by the sea.
It’s so gorgeous! The Atlantic Ocean waves keep hitting the beach, and the cliffs on either side are in direct opposition to each other. Take advantage of the spectacular views that have been formed over thousands of years by having a private picnic on the beach.
Famous world-class spot known by the best surfers in the world. Located on the shores of the Atlantic, Safi enjoys a favorable situation. The winds are powerful, beating the ocean, stirring the waves and forming some of the most beautiful waves on the planet.
But be careful waves here can be dangerous. However There’s some Extremely beach closer to Safi city, Like Oualidia and Lala Fatna beach which I really love for surfing in my Morocco surf summer.