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Walk along the ocean near Taghazout to the north of Agadir (Morocco)
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Walk along the ocean near Taghazout to the north of Agadir (Morocco)
a view from the top of a mountain overlooking the beach and the atlantic sea outside of oualidia, morocco, with a bright sun and sparsely clouded skies

Swim your way through Morocco’s wild beaches


Bordered by both the Atlantic and the Mediterranean, Morocco is home to miles of coastline filled with relaxing seaside resorts and secret beaches. Located near Tiznit in the southernmost part of the country, Aglou’s beaches are a top choice. This Atlantic coast fishing village is where you can sunbathe on white sand, or explore virtually inaccessible creeks and mysterious cliff caves.

Visit Legzira Beach and discover magnificent geological formations, along with immense natural arches, carved out of the rock by the sea. The red-hued rocks and their unusual architecture make for an excellent opportunity to take photos. This location is also popular among surf aficionados. On the Mediterranean coast, walk to Cape Three Forks in Nador and enjoy a swim in its turquoise water. This region offers remarkable panoramas made up of volcanic and limestone rocks sinking into the sea, as well as isolated creeks with clear waters perfect for diving.

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