THE VILLAGE – PICTURESQUE
Journey from Agadir: 45 minutes
The village of Tifnit is located on a rocky point south of Agadir (45 km). This cove is known for its fishing activity, its blue boats, its troglodyte dwellings and its village made up of basic buildings connected to each other.
When you arrive at Tifnit (30.200713, -9.640782), after driving a few kilometers along an almost deserted road, you discover an impressive view of the ocean. Stop by car to contemplate the landscape and discover this magnificent little fishing port from afar.
Tifnit is one of the quietest beaches and is synonymous with: swimming, surfing, walks, fishing and the fish market. Be careful, however, of the waves, which can be quite powerful! The stroll on the beach, at low tide, heading towards the south of the village is sublime. The particularity of this route is to follow the cliff long inhabited by local fishermen.
Most of these cave dwellings have been abandoned. But the view remains heavenly! It is possible to walk for several kilometers.
Tifnit is also a small swell surf spot with some well defined peaks, but often subject to north winds. The village has several interesting spots because the fishing village is installed on a rocky point. The south beach is also a dream place for fishing.
How to get there:
From Agadir, take the N1 coastal road (south towards Tiznit) and turn right at point (30.181893, -9.537696). Go down to the village of Tifnit (30.200713, -9.640782) Activities:
- Grilled fish
- Surf / Fishing
- Cave houses
- Walk on the beach