Surfers' paradise, Agadir-Taghazout


A few miles from Agadir, Taghazout awaits with a different kind of fun. This former fishing village is now a modern seaside resort with impeccable facilities where surfing and other water surface sports are the main attraction.

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Get active or play it cool in the Bay of Agadir, Agadir-Taghazout


Agadir has one of the most stunning bays in the world. It opens to the Atlantic Ocean and features long expanses of sand that encourage idleness. These beaches are bathed in sunshine all year, making them a top destination for anyone who loves idle lounging or water sports.

Find your own sweet spot somewhere along the six miles of beaches that run between the two sides of the bay. Now savor the scene: the Atlantic Ocean on the horizon, the smell of eucalyptus in the air and the warmth of the Moroccan sun.

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a city on the ocean, Casablanca


Casablanca, the effervescent economic capital of the Kingdom of Morocco, makes the most of the beautiful coastline, which is a great place to relax after a long day of work or cultural explorations.

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Tetouan: The gracefulness of a dove perched on the Mediterranean, Tanger-Tetouan


The sea has lavished all its charms on Tetouan. The warm blue waters that surround the city invite you to come for a swim, a nap or an afternoon of recreation.

To make the most of these temptations, Tamuda Bay is a must. Its coastline is sublime: the waves lap at the golden sand beaches while the wooded hills and valleys of the hinterland create a contrasting backdrop.

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sea resort version, Essaouira-Mogador


Essaouira invites you to discover Mogador, a seaside eco-resort designed solely for your enjoyment. This ultramodern development offers every amenity while advancing the goals of sustainable development. Your stay here will be perfect and you can use the resort as a base to explore the nearby beaches. 
Surfers and lovers of any other wind and wave sport must go to Sidi Kaouki, where the northeast winds are strong. They stir up the water, agitate the surf and create impressive waves, including tubes you can ride to demonstrate your prowess! 

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The pleasures of swimming in El Jadida, El Jadida-Mazagan

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The northern and southern coasts of the former Mazagan are home to pleasant beaches where you can safely swim and relax.

Just 5 miles from El Jadida, Sidi Bouzid beach is undoubtedly the one you will like best. Its fine sand and clear seawater cooled by currents from the Canary Islands make it one of the most popular beaches in Morocco. You may also succumb to the charms of Haouzia, the beautiful, tranquil beach in Azemmour.

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