admin/ July 15, 2019/ Surfing/ 7 comments

If you are a beginner at surfing, you definitely need to consider which is the best place to advance and improve your technique. From my experience is really important to have the right equipment, the right kind of waves and a good surf instructor.

Riding the waves in Tamraght
Surfing in Tamraght

I first started surfing in Tarmaght, a small fisherman village in Morocco, close of Agadir. The water temperature is warm, tough in winter months I recommend wearing a wetsuit and the most important, the waves are perfect for beginners and intermediate surfers.

Close to Tamraght are several beach breaks and my personal favourite is Imourane. Here you can find both locals and tourists riding waves together. There is a good atmosphere, there are several restaurants on the beach and a few surf shacks where you can rent all your equipment so you don’t have to worry about anything.

View to Imourane Surf Association Tarmaght

There is a beach break so is safe for beginners, people are friendly and the waves are perfect. All that’s left is to enjoy the ride!

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  1. We are a family run dive centre in Cyprus, we love your content.

    1. Thank you, still working on it and appreciate all the feedback. I would love to visit Cyprus one day! It must be amazing!

  2. The country’s capital of Rabat is within easy reach of some good surf spots. Oudaya offers great winter surfing for beginners. It’s located close to the old kasbah.

  3. We love your content. Regards from Pissouri Bay Divers from Cyprus.

  4. Thank a lot guys for your comments! Indeed, the Moroccan coast is beautiful and offers a lot of places to surf from Sale, Oudaya, as you mentioned, all the way to Sidi Ifni! The best way is to try by yourself and see which one you prefer! Right now there is a WSL competition in Anchor Point, Taghazout. Check it out!

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