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Currently, Taghazout has no ATMs. The nearest ATMs are in Aourir also known as Banan Village. You will also find plenty of ATMs and Money Changers in City of Agadir, where you can easily withdraw minimum of Dirhams 300 or Dirhams 500 depending on the ATM you use. You can withdraw from most ATMs if you have standard debit/credit cards such as Visa, Mastercard, etc. Normally, we pass through Agadir as well Banan Village on the way to Taghazout, so if you come with no local currency, we can stop by for you to withdraw some money.
Credit cards are generally not accepted as a form of payment by most businesses in Taghazout, but if they do, there is normally a surcharge of 3-5% from the bank, so its advisable to either bring your local currency and exchange before you get to Taghazout, or stop by at ATMs in the neighbouring town.
the water is decidedly colder, so a wetsuit is a must, unless you’re super hard-core.
beach and point breaks.
to Agadir every half hour from 10am-8pm for only 8 Dirhams.
For lunch you will get a Baguette with the filling of the day or a healthy Salad, prepared fresh, everyday. Along with that we offer you 1 Litre Mineral Water and fresh fruits to complement the lunch served to you at the beach.
After a hard day's work at the beach, we pamper you with traditional Moroccan delights or continental dishes, depending on the day. We dine at our very own restaurant West Coast, where our in-house Chefs cook everything from scratch using fresh preservative free ingredients. A range of delicious dishes including Moroccan Tagine, Moroccan Pasta with Meatballs and/or Vegetable Sauce, Cous-Cous on Fridays, Pizzas and Burgers, each night the dinner is finger-licking good! Every Saturday night we have a BBQ as well.
For Vegetarians and Vegans,
we have a variety of options too, as well the same menu is prepared to suit your spefici culinary needs - just let us know at reception when you check-in!
to be sensible about the amount you consume so as to not offend the locals in this tiny Muslim village. In most cases, we advise you to bring something from home or Duty Free, to get you through the first couple of days. In most cases, we encourage you to not drink too much, especially if you're keen to surf good.
Please remember, if you are hungover or drunk, our Surf Coach reserves the right to refuse your surf lesson for the day - this is purely for your safety.
BBQ and on Friday or Saturday nights, we sometimes head into Agadir to party at the clubs and pubs in the city. In most cases, transport to/ from the city, entrance fees, drinks are not sponsored by our Pub Crawl, however, if we are able to give you a free ride, we will surely mention this to you. Generally, we car-pool and share collective taxis to visit the city centre on Pub Crawl nights, so we can avoid drink-driving.
should be fine (it’s designed for both 110 and 220 V). If not, you’ll need a power converter as well as an adaptor.
through town, it’s best to wear a top and shorts. At the beach you can stay in a bikini all day if you like.