Morocco is one of the best countries for surfing with waves all year round and has been gaining global popularity for its surf spots and great weather.
Boardandcar.com is a new start-up based on Agadir, Morocco to provide surfers with a rental cars, surfing equipment such as surfboards (best longboards, ShortBoards, Fish, Mini Malibu ,Gun etc and other services and accessories. The firm also helps beginners to learn and improve their surf skills via its group of coaches spread across the various surf spots in the country.
To make your visit more enjoyable and full of new experiences in Morocco , Board and Car adds that it offers users with a free phone and text units everyday to make sure they find and visit the best surf spots, attend traditional events and organized festivals as well.
Some of the Sufr spots the firm boasts of having access to include:.
Imssouane : Sharp rocks and sand. Very good waves for all levels. Right hand point break and high tides with North-Eastern winds;
Oalidia : This beautiful beach resort boasts natural beauty, good waves year-round, and a relaxed atmosphere. It is lagoon is surrounded by golden sand, and provides one of the safest surfing conditions in the country;
LSidi Ifni : located 160 km southern of Agadir, Near Mirleft, Sidi Ifni is a wide open beach with long shorelines and big waves. Some say the best surfing waves in Morocco can be found here;
Safi Beach : 120 km from Essaouira city, Safi Beach has some of the longest waves in the world. This spot is tricky with sand and rock bottoms.
Taghazout : 22km northern of Agadir, is especially well known for its perfect right-hands that have been attracting surfers from worldwide since the 60s. The coastline is diverse and there are spots that offer a variety of tide, swell, and wind variations and many more.
“As you can notice every spot is located far from the other , some of them are 3 km away while others are 170km. So, if you decide to surf in Morocco you will not be able to visit more than 2 or 3 spots because the public transportation in Morocco, which will make you lose time and energy. If you decide to stay in a surf camp, then you’ll stay in one spot and it will cost too much money, says Hamza the firms founder.