Paradis Plage ResortResort in Taghazout
Surf Berbere offers everything from just accommodation to several unbeatable surf and yoga packages for all levels of surfers, in one of the finest surfing destinations in the world, Taghazout, Morocco, with a yearly average of 330 days of sunshine and temperatures that rarely drop below 20 degrees Celsius.
Surf Berbere is situated in Taghazout, the surfing mecca of Southern Morocco with some of the cleanest and longest rides that can be found within a 4hr flight of almost all of Europe.
We have 4 new, very basic apartments right on the waterfront @ Hash Point. For each level, there is one double bedroom, one bunk room and a basic kitchen/living room and bathroom. The flats sleeps maximum 6 people. They all have satellite TV and the wifi reaches all but the bottom flat.
Most of the meals happen on the roof terrace and the main living area is in the top flat where there is the flat screen tv and all the DVDs. Every morning you will wake up to 180-degree views of an azur blue ocean peppered with hundreds of tiny fishing boats.
If you do want to have the infinity pool and luxury apartment then please ask, these apartments are down the road. However, most of the Surf Berbere clients stay at the Hash Point apartments, who needs a swimming pool when you have the ocean within spitting distance of your front door !?
Surf Berbere Camp and Apartments can arrange accommodation only or with meals included and have packages with our without lessons and surf gear or a custom package on request with a rental car included, for example, everything is possible… Whatever you are looking for, we will show you the way…
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Taghazout is blessed with some of the most perfect right-hand breaks the world has to offer.
Right on our doorstep! This fast right-hander works well with a medium to large swell when the sand lines up well off the rocks. If you catch a good one you end up on the Taghazout village beach.
A nice beach break often overlooked but producing some good barrels and less crowded than some other breaks. When there is a huge swell rolling in, the sheltered breach break is a safe place for beginners to learn. There is a right-hander point break at the end.
Situated south of a small rocky headland and just five minutes drive from the Hash Point surf camp, this hollow right-hander breaks towards Banana Beach. Great for starters offering punchy lefts and rights with a mainly sandy bottom.
A long right-hander breaks from this small beach, often sheltered from the Northerly winds; it provides an all level wave more consistant at low tide. When you have finished up on this wave you are a hundred yards away from Banana village. This little town is famous for its tajines.
North of Agadir are several spots given their names in km’s by the distance they are from the city. The breaks of 11 and 12 have fast and tubular rides on the low tide, with a softer break at 12 however, dotted with a few boulders in the shore break.
This world-class break lights up when a medium to large NW swell is present. An endless succession of speed walls and cutback hooks present themselves with a more sandy section down the point offering occasional green rooms. Working well on all tides, it also can give the opportunity to ride back into Taghazout when it is huge.
This beach break combines with a shallow reef section to provide a deceptively long wave with barrels. The right-hand section provides a nice ride especially on the incoming high tide, with a larger back section working well on a NW swell. Just be careful that you don’t get sucked down into this beast as it rears up over the reef.
Freshwater springs bubble up from the onshore rock formations forming ‘the Well’ providing performance walls and a high lifting A-frame perfect for all levels of surfing abilities. On the push on a small swell, the right-handers hold up towards the cliffs while the rarer lefts break out towards the beach section. Small reef sections combining with sandy sections provide a clean wave mostly.
This is probably the most consistent of the point breaks in Taghazout. At low tide on small swells, the peak in front of the cliff provides a short left and a sectioning right. As the swell picks up, vertical walls rumble down the point providing barrels and hard sections. Always bigger than it looks from the cliffs this is a great break.
These breaks are the closest to the Hash Point apartments, other waves further down the coast are Draculas, Boilers, X-spot, Tamri & Immesouane,… More than enough to choose from…