Taghazout, Morocco, is a surfing oasis. In the 1960s, surfers discovered how great these untouched waves are, and set up shop in Taghazout.
The waves are almost always long-period ground swells—which means great shape and plenty of power—and the winds consistently blow offshore.
Beginners should start at beaches like Panoramas or Crocodiles and work their way up to the point breaks, which are considered among the best in the world.
For the advanced surfers, check out Anchor Point or Killer Point and learn why surfers often describe the waves there as “freight trains.”
Year-round!! Get out there!