Eden Surfing Morocco Tamraght : lodging, surfing Morocco camp, training course run surfing.

With it's climate miraculous, at least 300 days of sunshine per year, and its long range of 10 km, Agadir is positioned to succeed holiday resorts. Agadir is a member of the exclusive club of the Most Beautiful Bays in the World. It houses a marina that can accommodate hundreds of pleasure boats.

Between the green fragrant eucalyptus, pine, tamarisk and the enchanting blue of a clear sea, calm, refreshing, delicious, pure blue just stronger than the sky where every day the sun shines bright, it's displays a sublime beach of fine golden sand, seven miles long, the beach of Agadir.

In this splendid natural scenery has been built the most beautiful, most popular, most hospitable resort of Morocco.

 

Agadir is famous for its mild climate makes it one of the major resorts closest to Europe.

Indeed, the city and its 20 km of beaches to enjoy exceptional sunshine over 300 days per year. We can tan all year ... even in winter! The average annual temperature is 22 ° C day and 12 ° C overnight.

In winter, if we can speak of winter is extremely mild.

 

The south of Morocco has a variety of spots suitable for all levels of the sandy beach protected point break international quality. D 'from October to April it is the ideal destination for surfers of the globe you will find al the water all nationalities Australians French Spanish German Americans you come across a few pros like Shane Dorian Dan Malloy Peter Mendia Taj Burrow Dustin Payne who come every winter drag on waves and Tamraght Tahgazout and enjoy the Moroccan life style.

 

 

The Moroccan currency is the dirham (DH) divided into 100 cents. There are notes of 10.20, 50, 100 and 200 DH, coins of 1, 5 and 10 DH and 5, 10, 20 and 50 cents. 1 EURO = 11 DH

You can buy dirhams in Morocco. Do not change money on the streets is illegal. Your best interest to go through banks or authorized institutions (with a sign of Golden). They take no commission and issue a voucher which you will need, at the end of your stay, to convert your remaining dirhams in original currency. You can withdraw money in banks with a credit card or directly to the distributor in some major cities. Credit cards are widely accepted in major hotels, shops and restaurants, and even sometimes in the souks! in Agadir you will find many banks (Societe Generale, Credit Morocco, BMC, BNP ....) as well as distributors for withdrawals and foreign exchange.

 

 

Language: Arabic (French widely spoken and understood)

Time Difference / France: - 1 hour in winter and - 2 hours in summer

Flight duration / Paris: about 3h

 

 

: metricElectricity: 220 Volts, 50 Hertz (110 volts in some few places), as in France 

Calling code: +212  

Embassy of France in Morocco: 3 rue Sahnoun Agdal, Rabat Tel. (+212) 37 689 700; www.ambafrance-ma.org 

Embassy of Morocco in France: 5 Rue Tasso 75116 Paris, tel. +33 (0) 1 45 20 69 35, fax +33 (0) 1 45 20 22 58; www.amb-maroc.fr  

Visas: For a stay less than or equal to three months, nationals of the European Union, Switzerland and Canada are exempt from visa for travel to Morocco. A passport valid 6 months beyond the date of arrival in the country is however necessary. The tour groups only need an identity card, but it is still advisable to bring your passport.  

Health: Morocco is one of the African countries that pose the least health problems for travelers. No vaccinations are mandatory but is recommended to have his vaccinations updated. Many clinics and polyclinics and hospitals in Agadir with all the appropriate equipment. Avoid drinking the tap water opted for bottled water.