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South Atlantic Coast (Morocco)

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Morocco : South Atlantic Coast
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The South Atlantic Coast of Morocco is more laidback than its northern counterpart, home to some great beach towns.


  • Agadir - Agadir is best-known for its beaches. The town is a nice example of modern Morocco, with less emphasis on history and culture. Take the local bus for a few cents and go 2 or 3 villages North, where there are additional beaches.
  • Essaouira - An ancient sea-side town newly rediscovered by tourists. From mid June to August the beaches are packed but any other time and you'll be the only person there. Good music and great people.

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Watersports. Morocco and the South Atlantic Coast are a great place for activities like surfing, kiteboarding, SUP. During Summer months, the afternoons are quite windy, so it will suit kiteboarders betetr, but surfers can still have some good time especially in the morning. From october onwards, the winds are less powerful and surfing is better. There are plenty of schools all along the coast where you can surf or kite lessons like Magicfun. You can also rent equipment with rentasurfboard.com



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