Going to Morocco is like heading back in time. Life runs at a slower pace there.
The cities aren’t full of towering skyscrapers. The people live off the land. There is far less reliance on technology. Life revolved around the tides and the sun.
Most surfers will pitch up in Morocco and head straight to Taghazout – for obvious reasons. It’s got the greatest selection of waves nearby.
But we wanted to head to a less touristy surf destination – so we hired a car and drove down to the small fishing town of Imsouane.
Let’s just say, we’re already planning our trip back.
1) It’s Only 3.5 Hours From The UK
The waves are consistent. The water is warm. You can sit out in the sun afterwards to dry off. Why the hell wouldn’t you go surfing in Morocco?
EasyJet have started running flights from London Luton to Essaouira. You could be in the water that afternoon. Just sayin’.