Winter Sun Breaks
December 20, 2011 by staff
Winter Sun Breaks, When the rain and cold of the winter months arrives, there is no better pick-me-up than booking a few days in sunnier climes. One of the best options is Morocco vacations, which will allow you to enjoy warmer weather and beautiful beaches without having to travel too far.
Marrakech is perhaps the favourite destination for Britons planning holidays in the North African country throughout the year, thanks to its fascinating historic and cultural attractions, and proximity to the beautiful Atlas Mountains.
However, if you are travelling during the winter months, you may decide Agadir is a better option. Located on the Atlantic coast, it is renowned as the region’s finest beach resort and enjoys warm weather all year round.
The temperature in December, January and February does not reach the same blistering highs as it does during the summer months, but conditions are pleasant and it is hot enough to spend days relaxing on the city’s beautiful coastline.
Book Agadir villas for your winter sun break and you will have the opportunity to enjoy its 10 km beach, which is lapped by a clear blue sea. As the stretch of sand is so long, it is possible to find a quiet spot if you wish to enjoy a little bit of peace, although you will also discover there are some busy areas close to the cafes.
If you want to do a little more than work on your suntan while at the beach, there is plenty of choice. You can head out on to the water on a jet ski, hire a dinghy to try your hand at sailing, soar high into the sky by having a go at paragliding or even just go for an ocean swim.
Agadir is also a favourite destination with surfers, as the sea here is renowned for its waves. Many regard the winter as the best time for surfing off the Morocco coast, as the swells are consistent and the sea temperature warm.
You do not have to get wet to enjoy activities at the city’s beach, as you will be able to try quad biking or horse riding in the sand dunes. You may even wish to experience a camel trek on the sand.
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