Morocco is bordered by the Mediterranean Sea on the North and 800 km on the West by the Atlantic Ocean.
Northern Mediterranean coast is friendlier to swimmers, oppose to the Atlantic whose waves are crushing hard especially the deeper South you go.
More and more beach resort are springing up here especially along the towns of Casablanca and Agadir but in most parts, the shore remains rugged with undulating dune line beaches.
Away from the beaches farmland and wetland rolls showcasing in some parts rich migratory bird life especially in autumn and spring.
The coast is dotted by old fishing towns villages, once formed by the pirates and later dominated by the Portuguese or Spanish that established fortified towns with vibrant medinas at the edge of the ocean.
The coast is great for visit year-round for its mild yearly temperatures.