Mint Surf - refreshing surf holidays in sunny Morocco
Sunny and warm year round, beautiful beaches, an interesting culture, an active holiday, and affordable prices...nothing beats a surf trip to Morocco. Mint Surf Morocco can help you get the most out of your surfing holiday.
Morocco is a surfer’s dream, and the coastline north of Agadir is chock-full of amazing surf spots. Flights from the UK to Agadir are only 4 hours—less than a drive to Cornwall for some. So escape to the sun and warm waters of Morocco for an adventure.
The surf camp
Mint Surf’s surf camp was designed as a traditional Moroccan riad, with a central courtyard, and has all the authentic decor you want when you’re in Morocco. Enjoy the camaraderie of surfers of all levels, from all over the world at the surf camp as you watch fiery sunsets on the terrace with a beer after a hard day of surfing.
Learn to surf
Take some lessons with Mint Surf and fall in love with surfing. If you’ve never surfed before, no worries. The gently sloping, sandy beaches here are perfect for learners. Minimal swimming skills and a desire to surf are all that’s necessary to start. A lessons package with Mint Surf will get you set up with the equipment and information you need to get standing on your board and actually surfing.
Score a barrel
For those who already know how to surf, the Taghazout/Tamraght area offers numerous world-class point breaks. It’s a surfer’s paradise and within just 10 kilometres, there’s 14 great breaks to choose from. Surfing the famous Anchor Point is the big one to tick off your list, but just another 20-minute drive will take you to the more challenging breaks of Boilers and Draculas. Take a guiding package so you can benefit from the knowledge of a local guide who can take you to the best surf depending on the conditions.
No surf trip to Morocco would be complete without seeing some of the beautiful scenery and culture. Paradise Valley is a must-see. The drive there takes you up winding roads through the hills to an oasis of palm trees and clear blue pools of water. A visit to the hammam (bathhouse), will get you a scrub and rubdown, and probably a great story to tell later. Shopping for Moroccan handicrafts is most interesting at the big market (souq) in Agadir, where you can try your hand at bargaining.
For sure, a surf trip to this magical country will leave a lasting impression.
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