Morocco has some of the best surf spots to offer in the world. With the big variety of breaks along the costline there’s always great waves for everyone to be found, with a mix of beach break, reefs and point breaks.
The bigger swells starts in October till April and it is ideal for all levels. The smallest swell is during the summer from May to September, but beginners and longboarders would find clean waves all year round.
Morocco has waves for everyone!
A small fishing village surrounded by mountains where you will find two spots. The Bay is a beach break with the longest wave you can catch in morocco. Cathedral with both beach and reef break, fast and fun right waves. Best for intermediate and advenced surfers.
Tamri Beach is the most consistent surf spot ever. When it’s flat everywhere else, we make the drive north till Tamri. If the sand banks are good, Tamri can be a pretty good beach break as well. But most of all, it works on different tides, depending on the sand banks and on the swell. Very reliable and appropriate to all levels. Besides all that, it’s truly wonderful spot.
You can see the boiler of a boat at the start of the wave. This is probably the trickiest and spectacular break around.
Recommended for advanced surfers because it’s very strong and fast right waves that ends up onto a strong shallow reef. Don’t surf this spot without our local Surf Guide. Often visited by pro photographers for the intensity of pictures taken.
Rocks sharp like vampire teeth give the name to this point break, one of the most demanding for advanced surfers. With a northerly big swell, Dracula’s can be one of the most perfect point breaks in Taghazout area and the entire Moroccan coastline with fast right’s and long rides Definitely “a must” for experienced surfers
Named after the Killer whales that you can see sometimes in the summer. It’s one of the most popular point break for advanced surfers in Taghazout area. You can get long and fast right waves.
This is an accessible and funny wave to ride for all surfers. Small reef sections combining with sandy sections provide a clean wave of about 50m to 150m. The name comes from fresh water springs bubbling up from onshore rock formations.
This is the most famous Moroccan surf spot with world class surfing because of the clean lines that works on all tides. This surf break is a mix of sand and reef bottom. Very crowdy then the big swell is comming and it is definitely a “To Do” wave at our surf camp!
Perfect spot for beginners in high tide. Long sandy beach with both left and right waves, but the current can be little tricky to paddle against.
Named because the shape of the mountain looks like a cocodlies head. Various left’s and right waves. A great place for beginners.
Sand bottom beach break with left and rights, perfect for all levels. Can be crowded on the weekends with locals. nice atmosphere and great cafe on the beach.
Banana Point is located near the Village of Aourir, also known as Banana village because of the many banana plantations that are grown in the river bed facing the spot.
It’s a long right hander point break with no current ideal for all levels!