The owner (James, a Brit) has a surf shop, guiding service, and some rooms in Taghazout. My son and I just spent four great days there. James' rooms were taken, so he set us up in an apartment next door.
The staff is very helpful and friendly, and everything was easy. They were genuinely nice people who were fun to talk to.
I recommend taking dinners on the roof. There aren't a lot of dining spots in Taghazout, and it's probably the best meal in town. The rooftop setting is great as well.
My son did the surfing. He's an advanced surfer, and he like the spots he was taken to.
Taghazout itself is a good place to stay. The town is a jumble of little buildings heaped up on a cliff over a beach. It's popular with middle-class Moroccans, who you'll never see as guests at most of the larger hotels in the area. It has a much more "real" feel than Agadir to the south, or certainly than the Hilton resort going up a few kilometers away.More
- Free Wifi
- Free Parking