Afer Surf Hostel
Hostel, 4-Bed Mixed Dormitory Room
N° 393 AMADEL IMSOUANE, 80043 Imsouane, Morocco
Located in Imsouane, 550 yards from Plage d'Imsouane, Afer Surf Hostel features rooms with city views and free WiFi. All rooms feature a kitchen and a shared bathroom. The accommodation provides evening entertainment and a shared kitchen. At the hostel, each room is equipped with a terrace with a mountain view. Guest rooms will provide guests with a fridge. A continental breakfast is available daily at Afer Surf Hostel. Plage d'Imsouane 2 is 550 yards from the accommodation. The nearest airport is Essaouira Mogador, 54.7 miles from Afer Surf Hostel, and the property offers a paid airport shuttle service.
❝Very chill hostel with a nice vibe. They have a great rooftop terrace and a nice chill area. The people working at the hostel are pretty chill as well. There is a kitchen as well where you can cook your own food but the food and the restaurants is really cheap. You can also just take a skateboard and drive to the surf spots instead of walking.❞
❝This place was a perfect surf hostel with good and chilled vibes all around, nice privacy element within the bunkbeds and cool people from all over the world. You found buddies for surf, lunch, second surf, dinner and a sunset watch. The personnel made the place even nicer and helped out with anything you needed.❞
Imsouane is a small town and rural commune in Agadir-Ida Ou Tanane Prefecture, Souss-Massa, Morocco. At the time of the 2004 census, the commune had a total population of 9353 people living in 1704 households. Imsouane is the favorite destination for many tourists, this is due to its breathtaking scenes as well as the calmness, tranquility and perfect waves for surfing. Because of its remote location, there are limited choices available when travelling to Imsouane. There are no public buses so the options are: hiring a car and self-driving, catching a taxi, or riding the Souk to Surf shuttle bus. The shuttle runs to Imsouane from Taghazout, Tamraght, Essaouira, Agadir daily and costs 80dh per person. Imsouane is growing in popularity every year with more hostels, restaurants and surf shops opening all the time. The village still retains its laidback and authentic charm - which some visitors liken to the Taghazout in the 60's and 70's. There are two main spots for surfing in Imsouane beach: La Cathedrale, a beach break spot and La Bay, a point break spot. Imsouane town is also known for its small port where vendors and locals can buy fresh fish straight from the sea.