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Available from 13 Jan to 12 Dec

Pure Surf Camp Morocco

Exclusive Surf Camp with Atlantic Ocean view

Close to the beach with stunning ocean views, great surf and endless sunshine. Pure Surf Camp Morocco is the ideal winter surf destination!

 

Located next to the coast by Aouir, the surf capital of Morocco, only 500 meters from the ocean, this newly built surf camp is the nicest one in the area. Our onsite chefs prepare amazing fresh food, all day every day, that you can enjoy on our rooftop terrace, while checking the waves.

 

  • Chill, eat, or do yoga on the 100m² rooftop terrace
  • Daily surf courses or surf guiding to the best spots for your skill level
  • Experience an authentic Moroccan weekly market nearby
  • Day trips to Paradise Valley or Marrakesh
  • Wake up to an ocean view

Highlights

  • Morocco’s best surf spot surround the camp
  • 180° ocean panorama from the roof top terrace
  • Newly built with Moroccan flair
  • Pleasant winter temperatures of 20°C
  • Only 500 meters to the ocean!
  • Includes breakfast, lunch, snacks & dinner

Accommodation

The house is located extremely close to the beach and easily meets every requirement we look for in a surf camp. The rooms are new, perfectly furnished and retain some Moroccan flair in their design and decoration. The ability to watch the sun dip behind the Atlantic from the rooftop terrace with the other guests, or even from your room with your partner, adds a quality to this camp that makes it impossible to beat.


If you look straight towards the ocean from the rooftop terrace you will see the local left-hand beach break called K-11, and then 5 minutes’ walk along the bay you’ll be at a right-hand point break, meaning even within walking distance you have a great selection of places to surf. When staying at Pure Surf Camp Morocco you also have access to an infinity pool that is 2 minutes’ walk away to cool off on warm afternoons and continue to watch the waves break out front. This part of Morocco averages 330 days of sunshine a year, so the chances of being able to make the most of all these outdoor features is extremely high.

Surroundings

The surf camp is in a town called Aourir, which, together with the neighbouring town of Tamraght combines to make what is known as Banana Village. Taghazout is less than 5 minutes away and is a little bigger and is essentially the centre of surf culture in Morocco.


This area is less frequented by travellers than bigger cities like Marrakesh or Casablanca, which means you still get an authentic Moroccan experience, especially when visiting things like the weekly market. Another great trip from here is to go to Paradise Valley which is a natural oasis made up of streams, small lakes and waterfalls at the edge of the Atlas Mountain Range.

Available Packages

  • 7 Day Surf Guiding Package
    Duration:
    7 days
    Availability:
    12 Jan - 13 Jan
    Prices from € 414
  • Accommodation Package
    Prices from € 27
  • 7 Day Yoga Package
    Duration:
    7 days
    Availability:
    13 Jan - 12 Jan
    Prices from € 288
  • 7 Day Surf Package
    Duration:
    7 days
    Availability:
    13 Jan - 12 Jan
    Prices from € 388

Additional experiences

  • Day Trip to Paradise Valley

Travel information

  • Transfer

    Bus Transfer

    CTM drives from Marrakesh to Agadir multiple times a day. The trip costs around 10 €, plus 1-2€ for luggage, depending on how big it is and if you have boards with you. The buses are comfortable and have air-conditioning. The bus stop is close to the central Marrakesh Train Station, on Rue Abou Baker Seddik. Another option is Supra Tours.


    Taxi

    At Agadir Airport, you can easily get a taxi that will take you straight to Pure Surf Camp Morocco. The drive takes about 40 minutes and costs between 300 and 400 DH (around 30€) The price varies depending on if you have a surfboard or not, how many passengers there are, and how much luggage you have with you. Make sure you set the price before you set off, and if you’re travelling alone try and find someone to share a taxi with to split the bill.