BEACHES FOR EVERYONE
Bordered by the Mediterranean Sea and the Atlantic Ocean, Morocco has 3,600km of coastline with varied landscapes and welcoming beaches.
Obviously, the most popular beaches are located not far from cities, especially on the Atlantic coast. But there are hundreds of others in places where nature has remained untouched.
All of them allow you to taste the joys of swimming, lazing around or the most fashionable nautical sports.
On the Atlantic side, the vast majority of beaches appear as long strips of fine sand facing the waves of the ocean.
They get hotter as you descend south to the sublime Dakhla Bay which conversely has its own, cooler microclimate.
The northeast trade wind blows regularly from the end of March to mid-September on this corner of the coast giving rise to ideal conditions for practicing all board sports, especially surfing.
On the more indented coast of the Mediterranean, between Tangiers and Al Hoceima, the sea is easy-going and calm, the beaches are more intimate. Some are close to small traditional fishing villages, nestled in corners of heavenly nature.
At the same time, new seaside resorts are emerging, such as Tamuda Bay on the outskirts of Tetouan and Saidia, a new resort on the Mediterranean coast.
Facing Andalusia, Mediterrania-Saida covers more than 700 hectares with a 6km seafront of white sand.
A marina and an 18-hole golf course complete this site which is near two international airports.
The Atlantic has not been outdone, with the development of new resorts such as Lixus, Mazagan, Taghazout or Plage Blanche.
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