Legzira / Sidi Ifni in Morocco
In between Mirleft and Sidi Ifni can be found Morocco’s most unique beach. Like its other Atlantic counterparts, this 8 km-long stretch is windy, rocky, and expansive. What sets Legzira apart, however, are its two mammoth stone arches. Naturally formed after years of erosion, these sedimentary giants jut out into the perpetually crashing waves and are accessible during low-tide.
Being a haven for European para-gliders and surfers, the bongo drums and wetsuits manifest themselves a little ad nauseam, but through the Atlantic mists scraps of Moroccan life, like donkeys and fisherman, can still be found.
There is the Hotel Legzira Beach Club a relatively inexpensive hotels on the beach where visitors can stay.
is situated in northwestern Africa. It has a long coastline on the Atlantic Ocean that reaches past the Straits of Gibraltar into the Mediterranean Sea. It borders Algeria to the east, the Mediterranean Sea and a relatively thin water border with Spain to the north and the Atlantic Ocean to its west.
Food & drinks:
It may take your system a couple of days to get used to Moroccan cuisine, so you might want to take an OTC anti-acid with your meals until you acclimate. Moroccan cuisine consists of a wide variety of food that will satisfy any taste. It is especially rich in fruits and other produce, so vegetarians will not have a difficult time finding a nutritious meal. Drinks are not included in the board. Bottled water can be purchased anywhere, so make sure to drink plenty of water throughout your trip
What to bring (suggestions only):
Light, cool clothes that are comfortable for traveling (khaki, cotton and linen are usually best), walking shoes, casual evening clothes, a light jacket or sweater for cool evenings, sunglasses, a hat, sunscreen, and perhaps a compact umbrella. Try to keep in mind that part of the beauty of Morocco is its thoughtfully paced lifestyle.
If you are from the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, Ireland, Russia, Australia and most of the European Union members, Visa is not required..
The Moroccan currency is the Dirham (dh) and must be exchanged inside the country. It is not necessary to bring a lot of cash on your trip. ATM machines are easily available and credit cards are widely accepted. Since it is illegal to take Moroccan currency out of the country, you should only exchange as much as you think you will need.
Morocco’s climate is moderate and subtropical, cooled by breezes from the Mediterranean Sea and Atlantic Ocean. In the interior the temperatures are more extreme, winters can be fairly cold and the summers very hot. Marrakech has an average winter temperature of 21°c and 38°c in summer. In the Atlas Mountains, temperatures can drop below zero and High Atlas Mountain peaks are snow-capped throughout most of the year. The winter in the north of the country is wet and rainy, while in the south, at the edge of the Moroccan Sahara, it is dry and can get cold at night.