Sol House Taghazout Bay
Per night from USD $160 USD $105
Taghazout Bay is one of Morocco’s most exciting locations, and Sol House is the cherry on top. This surf village, onlys seconds from the beach, consists of 75 bungalow style villas surrounded by Moroccan gardens. This environmentally friendly village prides itself on its small ecological footprint and has a great array of facilities including a pool, gym, beach volleyball area and much more. On top of this, Taghazout Bay itself is the perfect spot for a surf getaway. See for yourself!
What we love
Located in the eco-friendly village of Taghazout Bay, which boasts some of the best surf spots in the world
Recognised surf academy and surf shop, managed by a team of local experienced and qualified surfers
Kids club during holidays and weekly events calendar to keep your nights as long as your days
Spa facilities including massage, hammam and sauna and fully equipped gym with fitness activities
Anchor Point may be the most famous Moroccan point break. It’s very good and super consistent. Starts working at 3ft and holds up to 15ft and more. Anchor Point has 3 different sections along a reef and sand bottom next to a rocky point. The first section and second are great for cover ups and turns and the last one just gets hollow and fast.
Boilers is a reef break located just before the light house in Cap Ghir. It’s a reef break where you can see the boiler of a boat at the start of the wave – how the spot got it’s name. The waves is fast and can have barrels sections, especially if it’s more than 6 ft. The rides can get to 400m long, from the boiler to the white house, but you’d better be fast if you want to connect the sections. At less than 4 ft, Boilers can be a wave for advanced intermediates to advanced, bigger than that, don’t venture out if you are unsure about what you are doing.
Banana Point is located near the Village of Aourir, also called Banana Village due to the many banana plantations that are grown in the river bed facing the wave. It’s a mellow right-hand point break, with the potential for some very long rides. So much fun!
Tamri Beach is the most consistent surf spot. When ever it’s flat everywhere else, you can always get a fun surf at Tamri. In the summer time, it’s where the local surfers from the area of Taghazout and Agadir can still get some very fun waves. If the sand banks are good, Tamri can be confused with beach breaks like Puerto Escondido or French hollow tubes. Works on different tides, depends how the banks are, and also on the swell. Very reliable.
Killer Point get it’s name from the Killer whales that come and enjoy this calm bay during the summer months. The waves starts at the north end of the cliff, which makes it a quiet long paddle if the tide is not low enough. One of Morocco’s most reliable spots in terms of perfection and quality of waves.
Pricing & Packages
7 nights from USD $160 USD $105
The standard bungalows come with either one double bed, or two singles. Breezier and more spacious than the house rooms, these bungalows are what you need for some serious relaxation. Suitable for one or two guests. These 23m2 bungalows designed with a modern and fresh style feature one double bed or two single beds on request, a furnished terrace with hammock, Wi-Fi, 42-inch flat-screen TV, telephone, individually controlled air-conditioning and heating, safe, mini fridge and bathroom with shower and hairdryer. Includes breakfast.
Seaview House Bungalow
7 nights from USD $185 USD $125
These fantastic 23m2 bungalows feature outstanding sea views and overhanging local flora with a fresh, modern design, one double bed or two single beds on request, a furnished terrace with hammock, Wi-Fi, 42-inch flat-screen TV, telephone, individually controlled air conditioning and heating, safe, mini fridge and bathroom with shower and hairdryer. Amenities include: Flat-screen TV, Satellite channels, Cable channels, Hairdryer, Minibar. Includes breakfast.
Big House Bungalow
7 nights from USD $215 USD $145
Significantly larger than the House Bungalow, you'll enjoy the holiday of a lifetime in a spectacular and spacious 43m2 house bungalow that features one double bed or 2 single beds on request a separate lounge with sofa bed, a furnished terrace with hammock, Wi-Fi, 42-inch flat-screen TV, telephone, individually controlled air-conditioning and heating, safe, mini fridge and bathroom with shower and hairdryer. Includes breakfast.
House Master Cabana
7 nights from USD $265 USD $175
If the Sol had a penthouse, this would be it. The Master Cabana is a whopping 57 square meters, and comes with all the bells and whistles, including a stunning terrace. It’s two bedroom, plus a lounge, making it perfect for a family or group of friends. In total, it can sleep up to five people. Amenities include a furnished terrace with sunbeds, Wi-Fi, 42-inch flat-screen TV, telephone, individually controlled air-conditioning and heating, safe, mini fridge and bathroom with shower and hairdryer. Includes breakfast.
Sol House Taghazout Bay offers 91 accommodation units, 75 of which are in varying bungalow styles. All come with modern décor, flat screen TVs, free wi-fi, a fridge, bathroom and safe. Of course, there’s even hammocks, which are just what you need on a hot southern Moroccan evening. The hotel exudes fresh and modern decoration, wide dining spaces, spacious pool area with a stunning sun terrace with loungers, sunbeds and bar service, free Wi-Fi throughout the hotel, fully equipped gym and one beach volleyball court, Surf academy on the beach, game room and relax spaces.
Enjoy a modern, fun and unique offer of food and drinks at the Sol House Taghazout Bay. Designed for sharing with your friends any time of the day or night! The hotel features an all-day dining buffet, an a la carte restaurant, and an innovative snack restaurant PlayBar with an In & Out Bar in the heart of the hotel. Have a refreshing beverage and a light snack on our terraces, and enjoy the best DJ sessions and live music. The main buffet restaurant with show cooking and Stella Restaurant offers à la carte Italian and Mediterranean food.
Taghazout Bay is easily one of Southern Morocco’s best surf villages. The towns of Taghazout and Tamraght are both easy day trips, while the city of Agadir is overflowing with museums, historic sites and some decent restaurants. Further afield, the little-explored Anti-Atlas mountains offer an opportunity for exploring some of Morocco’s least visited highlands, including hiking trips from village to village.
Surfing in Morocco is an experience that lasts a lifetime. The Moroccan coastline is dotted with an abundance of quality surf spots. Ranging from the famous right-hand points such as Anchor Point and Killer Point to semi-secret slabs, great beginner points, beaches and everything in between.