Morocco’s coastline is very beautiful, stretches for over 1,800 miles and is for the most part totally undeveloped.
Agadir in the south is a modern, purpose built resort, but moving further south you can enjoy the natural, remote and rugged seascapes of Massa’s huge beaches before continuing south to Mirleft.
This beautiful section of Morocco’s Atlantic coast is little visited, yet it offers some wonderfully varied coastal landscapes on the margins of the High Atlas and Anti Atlas Mountains. The stunning scenery includes rocky and sandy bays and headlands renowned for surfing, long sandy beaches, fine cliffs and coastal arches, wilderness and estuaries of the National Park and many dunes, some of which are massive.
The beaches at Essaouira and Oualidia to the North of the Atlas Mountains are also large and impressive, and moving further North along the Atlantic coastline
you come to El Jadida, Casablanca, Rabat and finally on to Tangier which has both Atlantic and Mediterranean beaches.