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Located in Tamraght Ou Fella in the Souss-Massa-Draa Region, 8.7 mi from Agadir, Sultana Surf House is located 2953 ft from the sea and features a double terrace, a barbecue and a patio. Everything! Abdou was an amazing host that made us feel very welcome and home. The hotel was perfectly located just 10 minutes walk from the beach in a quiet neighborhood. Breakfast was filling and delicious taken on the roof terrace with stunning views. The room was very clean and the bed very comfortable. Abdou gave us local recommendations and even gave us a lovely parting gift. I would love to return here.
Located in Tamraght Oufella, Dar Océana has sea views and free WiFi, a 19-minute walk from Taghazout Beach and 1.2 miles from Banana Point. The host was very nice and friendly. He helped us with everything we needed. Apartment was clean with an amazing terrace and view. I recommend this accommodation if you want to stay in this area and especially if you wanna try surfing.
Featuring a terrace, V&D Tamraght Surfers Hostel is located in Tamraght Oufella in the Souss-Massa region, a 19-minute walk from Taghazout Beach and 1.1 miles from Banana Point. there are all facilities you would need - and that at a cheap price! probably the best accommodation around agadir area
Tamraght is a great little place. Not too busy but with plenty of little shops and eateries, surf schools and hostels. Aourir (banana Village) is a short 1km walk along the beach, with atms and a bustling market.
Tamraght is a fabulous destination roughly 45 minutes north of Agadir airport. It is a rustic village about 10 mins walkfrom the beach. I think the roads would be challenging if you had young children or walking disabilities. There are plentyof beach activities, some reasonable cafes although the beaches could be cleaner.
The local authority must resolve the sewage issue as so many people are becoming sick once they enter the sea (90%). The amount of rubbish and plastic on the beaches is also really bad. It such a shame as this could be a beautiful place. I’m afraid I won’t be going back until the sewage and rubbish is resolved by the local authorities.
It is a quiet village - mostly residential properties. Not many shops or restaurants. You can easily spend a whole day on the beach but if you don’t surf there isn’t much to do in the immediate area. There is also a lot of construction going on in the area as hotel and and apartments are being built along the coast.
The whole city, the beaches, and the surrounding countryside are extremely polluted with plastic waste, metal cans and etc. We were all very sad to see all this contamination with waste, it ruined the whole trip.