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Taghazout Bay
Taghazout Bay is a seaside resort established in a rich hinterland and exceptional natural environment. The offered products are part of the semantic world of culture, nature and ecotourism. The resort spreads over an area of 615 ha along a coastal line of 4.5 km with beaches of exceptional beauty. Relying on a rich and authentic hinterland, Taghazout Bay blends into the hills planted with Argan trees and adorned with sand dunes. Designed with an integrated and sustainable approach, this Resort is composed of high-end hotels, and tourist and residential complexes. Particular emphasis is be placed on sports infrastructure and leisure activities with the establishment of a Beach Club ( The famous Purobeach group) , a Medina as well as Golf, Tennis, Surf and Football academies. Located in the rural villages of Taghazout and Aourir - Prefecture of Agadir-Ida Outanane, Taghazout Bay is in the heart of the Kingdom's golden triangle: 15 km north of Agadir 160 km from Essaouira 230 km from Marrakech It benefits from easy access : Less than 4 hours from the main European capitals 40 minutes from Agadir International Airport Linked to the highway network via the A7 joining Casablanca-Marrakech-Agadir
Taghazout is a fishing village on Morocco's Atlantic coast, north of the city of Agadir. It’s known for its surf beaches. Killer Point is a powerful point break. To the south, La Source is named for the fresh water that bubbles up from the rocks. Anchor Point has barrel waves. Cafes and surf shops line the main street. Inland, Paradise Valley, on the Tamraght River, is a palm-lined gorge with pools and waterfalls. Weather: 28 °C, Wind W at 8 mph (13 km/h), 58% Humidity Local time: Monday 14:22 Area code: 80000 Prefecture: Agadir-Ida-Ou Tanane Province
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Taghazout
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Taghazout is a fishing village on Morocco's Atlantic coast, north of the city of Agadir. It’s known for its surf beaches. Killer Point is a powerful point break. To the south, La Source is named for the fresh water that bubbles up from the rocks. Anchor Point has barrel waves. Cafes and surf shops line the main street. Inland, Paradise Valley, on the Tamraght River, is a palm-lined gorge with pools and waterfalls. Weather: 28 °C, Wind W at 8 mph (13 km/h), 58% Humidity Local time: Monday 14:22 Area code: 80000 Prefecture: Agadir-Ida-Ou Tanane Province