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Taghazout Holidays

Surf, sand, and yoga

Taghazout is a small fishing village on Morocco’s Atlantic coast. A little north of Agadir, it’s a prime spot for surfing and has the same laid-back atmosphere often found in other surfing hotspots around the world. Compared to some resorts, Taghazout still flies under the radar, but its reputation is growing astonishingly quickly, and there are an increasing number of swish hotels popping up here (bringing golf courses and spas with them), and they’re poised and perfectly positioned to take advantage of the glorious beaches. 

Surfing and yoga seem to go hand-in-hand, so it’s not surprising that there’s plenty here for yogis, from classes on the beach at sunrise to studio-based aerial yoga. However a day in Taghzout pans out for you, they all end with fabulous food. Feast on as many of the authentic local flavours as you can, or if you prefer, there are always rafts of international dishes available at hotels. 

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Your Taghazout questions, answered

Although it's warm all year round, summer is still the most popular time to visit, with temperatures in the high 20s.  
You’ll fly to Agadir airport, the flight from the UK is around three and a half hours. Then it’s about an hour north up the coast. 
Taghazout has a great beach, but if you want a quieter scene, then go a little north to Camel Beach, La Source, or Devil’s Rock.