Welcome to Surf Hostel Morocoo
Head Points Combo
Head Points Accommodation
Head Points Water Sport
Services non Included
Hosting Formula without Surf Package :
Transfers to / from Airport Agadir - € 50
Car hire - € 30 / Day
In addition to surfing you can decide to try many other activities, from hiking to nightlife passing through the beauty and body care.
In the beautiful terrace of Sunset Surf House we have equipped an area dedicated to those who want to get closer to the discipline of Yoga. A master will teach you the basics of this ancient ritual, but if you already have experience and are looking for a space where you can meditate, we will be happy to offer you a moment of privacy to recharge your batteries “In full space”.
Horse Riding :
When the last rays of the sun touch the ocean, the water turns into a flaming table lapping the beach. This is the ideal time for a horseback ride on the beach. If you love the sport or just if you like to “taste” this unusual activity, ask the staff at Sunset Surf House will be at your disposal to organize this experience.
Paradise Valley :
A half an hour away from Aouir you can spend a day among the palms of Paradise Valley, a gorge famous for the beauty of small waterfalls formed over the centuries by the streams. To get to the waterfalls and natural pools you have to walk a few miles, but if you prefer you can choose by mule. Once there you can take a dip in the natural pools, camp for a night or prepare the BBQ in the dedicated areas.
If you wish, in the surroundings of Paradise you will find many opportunities for shopping in the craft villages arosed between the secular palms as Immouzer.
Desert Trip :
If you want to live for a few days the excitement of the desert, Sunset Surf House you can organize a two-day trek with an overnight stay in a real Berber tent. An experience that will not only enjoy it, but it will charge energy. If you want to try the Desert Trip let us know at time of booking
Souss Massa :
Agadir is one of the “gates” of the Souss Massa National Park, an area that extends for many kilometers and is a protected area since 1991. The Souss Massa is full of many beautiful landscapes and a variety of unmatched: from the cliffs overlooking the ocean, to the rivers in which they live ibis, the citadels unforgettable as Tznit, Ouarzazate and Sidi Ifni. Tours are available in the park with specialized guides and Sunset Surf House will be happy to let you live this experience.
The Agadir Souk :
A visit to the souks of Agadir is a must for everyone. A real open-air mall where you can buy spices, natural perfumes, souvenirs and so on. The souk is one of the centers of the city and you’ll find everything food, clothing, furniture, pottery and antiques.
Many items are made for a daily use, others very specific and it is good to take all the time necessary to study carefully the shops. The Aouir souk is smaller and characteristic, is held every Wednesday, and you will find fresh fruit and vegetables as well as spices and food.
Perfectly exposed for a N/W swell coming down, generated by depressions from Northern Atlantic, the Moroccan coast gets all kind of waves. Thanks to the wind protection in some rocky beachbreak spots, conditions can turn out fantastic in winter with 1 to 3.50m waves.
From May to September, conditions are more hazardous and less regular but you can have some very good sessions.
In winter, the moderate offshore winds blow N/E giving amazing conditions from October to April. From May to September, the “Chergui”, a warm N/W wind blows and can spoil the quality of the sessions.
Tides vary between 0.6 to 2 meters and may affect the non-profound water spots.
Many sea-urchins and rocks – bring boots.
You need a 3/2mm wetsuit from November to April with a water temperature between 16°C and 19°C. From May to October, a swimsuit, a top or a springsuit is sufficient.
- MOROCCO’S SOUTH ZONE -
Agadir : Large sandy bay where some beachbreak peaks unroll and have a tendency to close up to 1.20m. Walking South towards Oued Massa’s river mouth, close to the Presidential Palace, some quality peaks. An alternative when the coast saturates.
Bo & Co 2 : Beachbreak that can prove fantastic (it depends of the sand-bank). A fairway takes you to the spot without paddling and without the wave crashing above your head. It starts in a powerful basin offering you a very tight tubular right and/or a left that has a propensity for turning around itself even with a very hollow section. This spot works from 30cm to 2m, 2.50m max and need little swell on the usual spots, very sensitive to the wind. For every surfer.
Bo & Co 3 : Very good-quality right and left on flat stones that can end up under the sand according to the time. The environment is gorgeous, needs a little swell on the usual spot. For intermediate surfers.
The 11 and the 12 : very nice lefts, tubular during the first section on a rocky flat stone, reef wave feeling when take-off – to surf especially in low, rising tide.Banana : Long right coming from a cliff and ending up on a pebble or sand beach. This low tide wave can be extraordinary, turning into a nice right left peak and sheltered from the Northern wind in the rising tide.
Le Rocher : Small beach isolated between two rock advances. Beachbreak that can almost always be surfed with some very good-quality waves sometimes.
Tamghart : Nice and quite easy wave – usually for beginners –
La Pointe aux Ancres : The left can be very fun, can be surfed in high tide. The right, mythic Southern Moroccan wave unrolls on the flat stone. It needs a consistent swell or high tide coefficients. The quality of the wave depends of the sand silt up. The launching in water and the way out are sometimes hard so look around before jumping in the water – often a lot of people and some stones…
Mysteries – La Source : Risky right according to the sand silt up, starting from a rock vein. Although it can be awesome, the surfers often sulk it. A great opportunity for a quiet surfing session between friends.
Killer Point : a long right on the flat stone working in various size and composed of 3 sections: - the first one, the farther is a large basin - the middle one, much longer than the 1st one is composed of lots of quick sections- the inside, long and hollow, is smaller and steadier.When the swell is quite heavy (1.50m), those sections can be connected and the wave allows a 300m surfing. From this size, the wave current and power become dangerous and require a very technical surfing.
Bo & Co 1 : Very pretty spot with rocky flat stones in front of a little cliff, in a gorgeous and deserted place. A good swell is necessary to work, you can also surf at La Pointe and Killer to surf peacefully, the spot is working from 1m without a size limit.
Long right made of hollow sections, the quality and the difficulty of the spot depend on the sand level covering the rocks. Not easy coming in and out the water in high tide. For intermediate surfers.
Bouilloire : also known for its sea-urchins, this is a spot that well-receive the swell. Offshore wind, sideshore by a Northern wind, a very good right on the flat stone of the rock.
Not many waves, very quickly crowded and can be surfed from low to half-tide. Not easy launching and coming out of the water for those who are not used to rocks, boots are recommended. Reachable for regular level surfing.
Dracula : Impressive place, incredible right, probably the most powerful of all, reserved for very good surfers, can handle heavy swells, difficult launching, and uncertain coming out of the water.
Tamri : A beachbreak that takes well the swell in little condition days.
Weather / Temperature
Air temperature : 0°C (Summer) / 0°C (Winter)
Water temperature : 0°C (Summer) / 0°C (Winter)
180€ for 7 nigths
7 nights - Surf Camp accommodation with continental breakfast an diners in Single or Double room
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