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Taghazout – The Exotic Wedding Getaway

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Welcome to Taghazout, a small laid-back fishing village in Morocco hailed as a premier wedding destination for adventurous couples. Taghazout has a lot to offer whether you want to hang out, soak up the sun on the amazingly beautiful sandy beach, surf, savor the local cuisine, or engage in the village’s distinctive culture. Should you make Taghazout your wedding venue, here’s what to expect.

The Taghazout Beach

A popular spot with tourists, the Taghazout beach is the place to be if you want to spend some time enjoying the sun. Other than that, you get to enjoy unlimited access to hotels serving local dishes as well as Surf and Watersport shop where you can buy or rent surfing tools. The Taghazout beach is relatively quiet and uncrowned save for a few salespeople selling local wares. Be sure to take a camel or horse ride while you’re at the beach as you enjoy the waves. Because of the beautiful picturesque surroundings and incredible surfing spots, the Taghazout could as well be an excellent romantic getaway.

The Surf Maroc

If you love to surf, then you should pay a visit beachfront villa of Surf Maroc after your wedding in Taghazout. Managed by a group of passionate British surfer, the Maroc offers a full-service camp at all levels and yoga classes. That’s not all there is to Surf Maroc.  Their rooms facing the beach provide an increasingly rare chance to fall asleep along a coastline while listening to the waves break. A package that includes surf guiding will cost 500 dirhams and 200 dirhams per day for a wet suit and surfboard. In short, the Surf Maroc takes you to the best waves along Taghazout’s coastline.

The Taghazout Market

The Taghazout market is a beehive of activities with trader selling everything from wares to food items, DIY merchandise, and Saharan antique jewelry. Consider touring the market on Friday, the market day, to have a selection of the things you may want to buy. Nonetheless, you may still visit the market any day for coffee breaks particularly when the waves aren’t that good. Internet cafes line the market just in case you may need to check your emails. Be sure to taste Amalou, a local delicacy prepared using honey, almond paste, and Argan oil while you’re at the market. You may carry some to your hotel room to have with bread.

Where to Stay

Maison Typique Sur la Mer

A holiday home nestled in Taghazout in Souss-Massa-Draa region, rooms at Maison Typique Sur la Mer feature air conditioning, free WiFi, a kitchen, a microwave, oven and a toaster as well as a coffee machine. Car hire and room services are available, and the food is prepared on order.  Laundry services are provided on request as well. There’s a continental breakfast each morning and an on-site bar where you can enjoy your drink after a long day of surfing. The nearest airport from Maison Typique Sur la Mer is the Al Massira Airport, located 37 kilometers from the property.

… Don’t forget to hire a wedding singer to spruce your event

Even with the fantastic ambiance, it makes perfect sense to hire a wedding singer to complete the experience. On that note, be sure to visit http://www.theweddingsinger.uk.com to find out how James Barlow, a wedding singer based in the United Kingdom can make your big day one to remember.