Taghazout (Berber: ⵜⴰⵖⴰⵣⵓⵜ, Taɣazut; Arabic: تاغازوت) is a small fishing village 19 km (12 mi) north of the city of Agadir in southwestern Morocco. The inhabitants are mostly of Berber origin. Fishing, tourism, and the production of Argan oil being the main source of income. The developing tourism industry promises to increase the wealth of the area.
Things to do in Taghazout
4.5 based on 368 reviews
From the first moment to the last bite, L'Auberge Restaurant is the place to dine in Taghazout. The friendly stuff is welcoming, well prepared, and with big heart. The chef is the same for many years, so the quality is remaining and rising. Its a happy place from bottom to top.
3.5 based on 93 reviews
We came here during Ramadan and was surprised they were serving food during the day. We are traveling Morocco for a month now so we needed a little break from Moroccan food - La Paix was a great option! It was quite uncomfortable to eat there during Ramadan, knowing that the staff haven't eaten all day but they were all smiling and very friendly it made the experience more comfortable and refreshing. I love the burgers, pizza and the milkshake! They have great coffee too! Wifi is very fast and they have a big menu. Everything is good here!
4 based on 16 reviews
I recommend anyone who prefers a quieter and more alternative lifestyle to visit Banan Beach, it is a village filled with hippies and surfers, for those who want to get away from the tourist resorts, have a bonfire and smoke sheesha by the beach this is the place to visit, you can pick up an apartment during the quieter months of the season for £20.00 a night, on the beach, overlooking the waves with your own private balcony equipped with small barbecues, you really can't beat it if this is the kind of lifestyle you like. It isn't cosmopolitan Agadir.
4 based on 27 reviews
Set overlooking main Plazza of this small village , restaurant is ideal for lunch. Basic in design and decor as you would expect in a surf village in Morocco. However- very warm welcome and excellent food. Grilled fish with salad garnish and plate of vegetables . Even hand cut and cooked chips!!! You cannot get fresher fish - bought daily from fishing boats on beach each morning !!
4.5 based on 146 reviews
French cuisine and marocaine.L'esprit of the house is to make you spend a pleasant moment in a framework bucolic and offbeat, generous cuisine tasty and offering "mini" card market products, fresh fish day, salads and vegetables from organic farming, classic French pastries made on site in the most strict rules of tradition, all in a musical atmosphere 70-80-90 year !!!
We were told that this was the place to eat in the area, so we set off to find it. It is a long way off the beaten track, but is now a firm favorite - especially if you dont mind a drive along the coastal roads north of Agadir.
We were invited to join some friends who told us about the place, so took the opportunity to go. Our first impressions are that it is a small and welcoming establishment and Christian, the owner made us feel very welcome.
The menu changes daily and there is plenty of choice to suit all palettes - fish is a local speciality as there is a large fish market in the village, but there is also plenty of other choices.
Cuisine is French and Moroccan. My wife chose a stuffed chicken dish, and I chose the 3 cuts of lamb. The food was totally awesome - some of the best I have had in Morocco. The meat was cooked to perfection and the sauce was sublime. The wife also loved her dish, the portions are wholesome, so I had the opportunity to finish her dish off and it was also very nice.
Sweets are a speciality and you go to the chill counter to choose - if you love chocolate you will be in heaven! I had a classic French apple tart - just lip smacking.
As you would expect, this small restaurant is very French and laid back in the nicest possible way, lunch lasted several hours and it was very pleasant to just sit and chat.
Finding the place would be difficult and I expect that if you did not know it was there you would miss it - it is not on the main N1 but on an off shoot - a small sign is all you will see. I guess they must rely on referral business - the restaurant was quite full all the time we were there.
I would highly recommend this place for lunch - we are going for a dinner in a few weeks but I am told dinner is an all evening affair with live entertainment most nights - booking would be essential for groups.
Prices are mid range and excellent value for money.
4 based on 293 reviews
In the center of Taghazout, restaurant Dar JOSEPHINE is organized around a generously vegetated Terrace, making it a great place, open continuously from 9 am to 11pm, in a spirit of sharing and conviviality. Our long experience in Lyon cuisine, our research, travels, allow us to cook at any time home made meals from fresh market products or from the boat of fishermen. Daily homemade bread is baked in our restaurant. Inevitable and welcome here, crossing dogs and cats are fed, treated, vaccinated and sterilized with the help of the Association the " Coeur sur la Patte" managed to convince local authorities to help us in the operation "Vaccination and sterilization" only alternative to avoid proliferation and thereby to protect the population. Adults and kids are happy to join friendly animals and even indulge in a session of "Calinotherapie". Thus we contribute to "SAVE HOPE, SAVE THE ANIMALS WHICH ARE OUR HOPE" as advocated by the eminent anthropologist Conrad LORENZ!
Great quality food in a nice setting. The menu does not appear to change very much year-on-year, but neither does the great quality and hospitality of the owner and her staff. The emphasis is on fresh ingredients and quality ratehr than quantity. Good salads, tzaziki to start with, followed by fish of the day and a pudding for just over D100. The owner cares for stray dogs and cats, so some of these will be hanging around, but they aren't intrusive.
4 based on 48 reviews
We had lunch here one day and had a bad experience with both service and the café frappe. The café frappe is so bad that we couldn't even finish ours, it was absolutely terrible. The lunch was some salad and tuna Sandwich, and this was good. The view is great, but the music was too loud. We told the staff that we didn't like the café frappe at all, but we still had to pay for it...
4.5 based on 176 reviews
Cheep and fast!!! Delicious breakfasts, excellent lunches (Burgers!!!), magnificent and nice staff. We had a lot of questions to the staff of Le Spot and they helped us with everything and answered all our questions! Greetings for Atmane and Ismael ;)
4.5 based on 105 reviews
AMAZING coffee and very friendly staff. I have tried nearly everywhere now and this coffee wins by far. Food also delicious and very well priced. Always lovely music playing. Great wifi. Lovely atmosphere. Would also highly recommend the orange juice and the msmens. Enjoy!
4.5 based on 164 reviews
I usually visit Taghazout during the summer period and this restaurant is closed during this period, I tried the restaurant and was surprised with the quality, taste and size of the portions. Everything Itried was good from salads to desert. And to summarize since I...MoreMerci beaucoup L'équipe du Sunset
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