Tamraght is a Berber Moroccan village located 15 km north of Agadir, between Aourir and Taghazout, on the edge of the Atlantic, known for having the best surf of the Agadir region. The beaches remain wild and very popular with tourists, the beach is called Tamraght Imourann.
There are a number of cafes, throughout the village, along with bakers, a butcher, small shops selling basic provisions, and a barber, whp does a great cut and shave for a fraction of European prices.
The village is dry, so no alcohol is sold here but, you can buy beers, etc. from Uniprix or wine shops, all in Agadir.
The beaches are excellent. There are kiosks selling drinks and two sections where you can hire a sunbed for 10dhs. There is a cafe, serving sandwiches and q restaurant called Brahims, which serves excellent seafood. It is popular with locals, especially at the weekend. There are surf shops, lessons and board hire. Remember that you can usually get a deal on prices, you do have to haggle! Camel rides and horse riding is also available, again discuss price beforehand.
There are buses as well as shared taxis hat run frequently from Agadir to Aurior, Tamraght and then onto Taghazout. The bus from Agadir is about 5.5dhs and a shared taxi is 10dhs.
Things to do around Tamraght
These restaurants are all within walking distance of the Surf Riad (along with a few others). From local cuisine to burgers, fries and pizza… no matter what your in the mood for, you will find it at one of these local spots!