perfect, thanks!or6 wrote: ↑Mon Jun 17, 2019 1:50 pmBoth waves and no crowds: half an hours drive to Moulay. Moulay is the spot for (pretty heavy) waveriding. Nothing to do apart from kiting/windsurfing.
We stayed in Essaouira, got ourselfs a Riad in the old city via AirBNB. Awesome. If you'r looking for a pool, you'd need to look in the new city, or outside of the city. Can't really help you there.
Kiting in essaouira itself can be good, though the wind can be more gusty then Moulay. As a rule the wind is a little too much onshore for solid waveriding. The bay is massive though, great for TT riding. I doubt it ever gets really busy.
Enjoy: we did.
thank you!TheRussian wrote: ↑Wed Jun 19, 2019 9:56 amMoulay is awesome - but be on your A game, as the waves can be well over head high & very punchy - be very careful atlow tide, as there is a very large bolder that gets exposed & terrified me on a bottom turn.
Sidi Kaoke to the South of Essaouira is my favourite spot, it works as a point to beach break, there is a local kite shop & the owner is a top bloke.
Essaouira bay is nice. with waves increasing in height the further south you go.
Most importantly, to keep the Mrs/kids very happy - stay here in Sidi Kaoke - https://www.rebaliriads.com/
- not cheap but breakfast gets served at your villa, walled gardens, private pools, great staff, tennis & massages !.... and the beach is a 3 min walk!!