This long sweeping righthander sits right on the edge of Taghazout and breaks into a nice beach. On low tide the point is a very fast wave with multiple sections, some can barrel and some are unmakeable. As the tide fills in the wave gets a lot more easy and mellow making it great for intermediates and beginners. The beach can be very forgiving and good for learning on high tide.

The current can be tricky to paddle against at times with water pushing down the point into the beach. Sometimes it’s better to jump in from the point, surf down to the beach, walk round and do it again.

Spot details

Wave type: Right pointbreak
Seabed: Sand
Level: All levels

Panorama Point on the map

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Season Guide

Swell Air Temp Sea temp Wetsuits
Sept - Nov 4 - 8 ft 25°C - 30°C 18°C - 21°C shorts/shortie
Dec- Feb 4 - 15 ft 18°C - 26°C 16°C - 18°C 3/2 full suit
Mar - May 4 - 6 ft 20°C - 30°C 18°C - 20°C 3/2 full - short arm 3/2
Jun - Aug 2- 4 ft 25°C - 30°C 21°C + Shorts / vest