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Beaches & Sea Sports

Beaches and sea sports

Morocco has coastlines on the Atlantic Ocean and the Mediterranean Sea, so there are many beaches which attract travellers.

One of the most outstanding and picturesque beaches that you will encounter is in Oualidia. The main attraction is the sapphire lagoon that attracts wading flamingoes and other birds to its calm waters. It’s a hot spot for birdwatching, surfing, fishing and taking boat trips. We are sure that you will be impressed with the environment as well as the tranquil village.

Agadir has a popular beach for tourists that are seeking a sunny seaside holiday, as it has an average of 7 hours of sunshine in December and 300 days of sunshine a year. If you are seeking a sunny city to escape the winter blues then this could be the destination for you! The beach can be full of locals and tourists during busy months. People also enjoy swimming and walking along the golden sandy beach that stretches for 9 miles. Water sports such as jet skiing and surfing are also done there.

Essaouira is known for being windy, so it is better suited for water sports. You can have a horse or camel ride along the beach or even ride a quad bike. You will see people surfing, kite surfing and windsurfing. The beaches in Tamraght and Taghazout are popular for surfing and yoga.

We can incorporate water sports or camel or horse riding activities into your tour.