Let us introduce you to a very popular activity on the 1,554 miles (2500 km) coast of Morocco.
The coastline offers spectacular long white sandy beaches and dream waves for surfers.
From the north Mediterranean Sea, down the west Atlantic coast, Morocco is a year-round surfing destination and its legendary waves attract surfers from around the world.
Our hand picked best surfing spots along the charming Atlantic coast are well known for their reliable winds and excellent surfing conditions.
Our surf lessons are for everyone, from beginners to advanced surfers, each lesson with very experienced local surf instructors.
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∴ Meet our local surf instructor at the chosen time. Before starting the activity, our instructor will take you through the essential health & safety procedures and help you prepare the equipment for the lesson.
∴ After finding the best surf spot for the lesson, start with a little practice and a warm up before catching waves on the wild Atlantic. The surf lesson will match your personal level and you will receive further instructions in the water.
∴ Our instructor will supervise you and assist you throughout the whole time, making sure you have enough support for a fun filled time in the water.
∴ After the class enjoy a light snack on the beach while relaxing around the beautiful Atlantic surroundings.
∴ Additionally, after the lesson, you can rent the surfing equipment and keep practicing in the company of other international surfers.
Surf Beach Point
10:00am 02:00pm 06:00pm
• Local Official Surf Instructor
• Sun Protection Equipment
• Light Snack
• Personal Expenses
• Staff Gratitude
Q1.Which coastline destination is the best for surfing in Morocco?
We do offer surf lessons in numerous destinations in Morocco. All of them with charming surroundings and perfect surfing conditions. Just to name a few, we do offer surf activities in Tangier, Essaouira, Imsouane, Taghazout, and Tiznit area. Contact us to find out more about our holiday offers around the Atlantic Coast.
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