Surf Berbere Surf Camp

The KMs

11km and 12km

Reef Take Offs, Beach Finishes

​North of Agadir are several spots given their names in km’s by the distance they are from the city. The breaks of 11 and 12 have fast and tubular rides on the low tide, with a softer break at 12 however dotted with a few boulders in the shore break. Often popular with body boarders due to the quick break. You have to share these breaks with a Saudi Prince and the King of Morocco; both have their palaces just next door!/p>

How To Get There From The Surf Camp

Drive South from the camp until you hit the second Aourir roundabout, take a right and work your way to the beach. You will see the two reefs jutting out directly form the beach, here you get the A-frames!

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