Surfing is now the common theme for visitors. Morocco is famous for its long right hand point breaks; thoroughly consistent and generally uncrowded. The most famous of which is a little to the north. In the right conditions this point can take you on a 2 km ride, starting at Anchor Point, joining up with Hash Point, Banana beach or Devil´s rock. It's called surfing from village to village. There are several other in and around the area making it an ideal destination for all levels of surfing skill. The waves work best between September to April especially for advanced surfers, receiving similar conditions to that of mainland Europe, but with the warm waters of the Moroccan Atlantic up to 21 degrees.The rest of the year, the surf is good for beginners and intermediate
There are several beaches north of Agadir, which all offer a good alternative to the local beach in town. The setting of these beaches can be most attractive, with mountains on all sides, yet with a wide and clean beach with all necessary amenities. The largest and popular are: Tamawanza, Banana Beach, Imouran, Taghazout beach, Du lkhmiss, Bouyirdn , Timzguida allal, Imiouadar, Aghroud. Follow the Sun offers different packages and it is possible to mix and match, so you can book the perfect surf trip. For more informations about surf packages
Follow the Sun also rents surfboards for 5 € per day and wetsuit for 5 € per day.. There is possibility to order services of the surf instructor for 25 € per day per person. The surf instructor speaks English perfectly and provides excellent lessons.