Things to do in morocco attractions, we introduce the top places to visit in Agadir and its surrounding, a remarkable mix of nature and culture
The Moroccan south Atlantic coast is internationally renowned for surfing and others outdoor activities The southern Atlantic coastal region enjoys a multitude smaller towns ideal for surfing in Morocco and are family-friendly beaches, which are especially attractive to those who wish to escape the interminable harsh winter in others countries especially from Europe, from where flights take only 3 hours.
This coastline towns have most attractive deserted beaches, with Epic conditions for surfing in morocco, accessible to all abilities, like in Tamraghet, Taghazout, Sidi Ifni or in Agadir. Some other towns are interspersed with fortified towns, places where you can enjoy the magnificent connection between nature and culture, most favorite sites for Surf Morocco Coast to fulfill its slogan of the House of culture and life style of surfing in Morocco.
Forget surfing, think about things to do in Morocco, be where the mountains, desert, and ocean meet, unique landscapes in beautiful Morocco Morocco topographically is characterized with a series of mountain ranges undulating south and growing in size from the Mediterranean and has the subchain of the Anti-Atlas to form an extension petering out towards the desert. The low hills east of Agadir rise to form incomparable must see landscapes.
A Surfing holidays at Surf Morocco Coast is also a real full cultural exchange, here are few to cite, the most to discover here with us during your stay. Forget for a moment the glossy travel brochures about Agadir, Taghazout, Moroccan’s culture, movies filmed in the Moroccan Sahara, as anyone who’s been there knows, the best way to get to know Morocco is through Moroccans.
Explore some must visit sites all in Agadir, few kilometers away from Taghazout, Tamraght, Anza, Sidi Ifni or any other surfing area. Once you will be in one of these places, your impression having a real eye opener experience will become an unquenchable curiosity, an increasingly respectful appreciation of things to do in Morocco not only by its natural potential but also for its people local customs and traditions.