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RE: Nice accommodation in taghazout« on: March 21 2012 14:03:00 »
I stayed at www.oceansurfhousetaghazout.com , it's the quirkly home of a local surfer (who is also an amazing cook). It's more sociable than the rental apartments/hotels but completely different from the surf camps, more chilled out and you can have as much privacy as you want. I've stayed there a few times and couldn't recommend it more. (It's also only 2 minutes from the beach if you manage to tear yourself away from the rooftop terrace!) Rooms start at 100dh a night.
RE: Nice accommodation in taghazout« Reply #1 on: October 18 2013 13:10:00 »
hey there! you don't have to book in advance. just go to panorama restaurant in taghazout and ask for salah. he will get you local prices for apartments and also has a small surf shop and surfschool next to the resto. he's also coming up with a homepage, where you can find everything you need to know: panorama-surfguiding.com - has definitely been the best choice for me as I always travel on a budget ;)
RE: Nice accommodation in taghazout« Reply #2 on: January 27 2014 05:01:00 »
Morocco is more than just north Africa's premier surfing destination, it's a true melting pot of EuroAfrican surf culture. On any given day you can spot a tapestry of nations represented in the lineup; Brits, Dutch, Germans, French, Norwegians, Italians, Spaniards... you name it, all frothing over Morocco's fun waves, warm water and low prices. The skill levels and individual perspectives vary widely too, from beginners to intermediates to advanced; from shortboarders to longboarders and everything in between; from hardcore rippers to chill surf/ yoga types. Fortunately, for all of these groups, there is sunset Surfhouse .
RE: Nice accommodation in taghazout« Reply #3 on: January 27 2014 05:01:00 »
Abdoull what you meant is: melting pot of horrendous crowds, wearing 4/3 wetsuits because of the cold water (that is if their wetsuits haven't been stolen from them or they are sick from a stomach bug)
Oh and did I mention no alcohol to wash away the bad tasting tagines?
No i did not like taghazout and the surrounding areas
RE: Nice accommodation in taghazout« Reply #4 on: February 19 2014 10:02:00 »
I stayed in a great place twice - dynamic loisirs. Hamid and Fatima take really good care of you. teh rooms are basic, but all you need as there is nice communal area. The food is out of this world!!! Gorgeous! YOu can do just a room (i think it was about 20-30e) or package with food / surf etc etc... definitely recommend it!
RE: Nice accommodation in taghazout« Reply #5 on: November 18 2014 05:11:00 »
Get yourself down to sunset surfhouse Morocco! For a fun holiday packed with quaility surf instruction, delicious Moroccan cuisine, lots of yoga, adventures to paradise valley in the Altas Mountains and more! The summer swell is wating for you - uncrowded vibrant green waves for all levels! Come join us in Morocco for a magical experience you'll never forget! Go to: www.sunsetsurfhouse.net for more info. For Booking Enquiries email at :
nice accommodation« Reply #6 on: May 18 2015 11:05:00 »
hi if you are looking for a nice accommodation best guiding service or surf lessons cheek out this website www.surfcamp-maroc.com
RE: Nice accommodation in taghazout« Reply #7 on: May 25 2015 05:05:00 »
Diarrhea and stomach cramps included at this place in Morocco.
RE: Nice accommodation in taghazout« Reply #8 on: May 25 2015 11:05:00 »
Dear folks at surfline, I see several different posts here with 6 different names in various forum threads about your place, all coming from the same IP adress, so can you stop the spam / misleading testimonials?