Taghazout is a fishing village located in Morocco’s Atlantic coast. Once known for calamari and hippies, it is a surfer and yoga paradise.
Although it has become a digital nomad haven, the Berber customs are still very present. This city is an unpolished gem, that is a bit dirty and wildly authentic.
Apart from tourism, fishing and the production of Argan oil are the two main sources of income. Fish markets, camel rides, djellabas, and traditional Tagine dishes are found plenty.
Here you can find the beauty in the mundane.
These are my perceptions of the vibrant village through my #28mm lens.
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