36 Hours in Taghazout

36 Hours in Taghazout

I recently spent a week-end in Taghazout, a small village near Agadir and decided to share my quick trip with you on the blog. It was a last minute thing and it was a successful 36 hours.

I received loads of questions about the place I stayed in. I, myself, never thought I would find such a beautiful place in a village like Taghazout. It’s very relaxing and every detail is well tought. And I just realised I described the place and never mentionned the name :p It’s actually called “World of Waves“.

I did not have much time to visit. I travelled on a friday night and arrived Saturday morning, we checked in at noon and that’s when the day started. I could not relax much in front of the beach because it was crowded and I am not fan of that so I came back to the hotel and thankfully I had access to a terrace where I tanned for about 15mins. I went inside, took a shower and that’s when tiredness hit me. I woke up 2 hours later I guess to have lunch with my friend. It was about 4pm and we went to this restaurant called “Sunset Burger” suggested by an old friend of mine. I liked their menu, it was a “Bistrôt Burger” style but with Taghazout means :p  We had a walk after that and it was almost night so we went back to the room and decided to have a small dinner under night stars.

You get it, it was all about relaxing. The morning after, we woke up and had a very yummy breakfast at the hotel and that’s when we had to leave. I was not sad because I was sure I was gonna come back. I loved the vibes of this city and I am sure that with the stress I deal with everyday, I would not hesitate a second to go to Taghazout for a relaxing week-end 🙂

 

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2 Comments

  • Nour August 15, 2017 11:26 am

    L’endroit est top, a essayé en septembre il doit y avoir moins de monde.
    Je n’aime pas trop ce qu’est devenu Taghazoute 🙁

    • Skinnyjeaans August 18, 2017 1:54 pm

      Première fois que j’y vais donc je ne peux pas te dire ce qu’il en est. Je suis partie début Août, c’était pas peuplé non plus !

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