Spot de surf anchor point

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The Spot: Anchor Point, or "Anka Point," a long, warm-water point break that sits just north of the fishing village-turned-surf town of Taghazout in Morocco Why It Matters: J-Bay is too far away. Iceland is too cold. But you want a right point break, and you want it now. The answer is Morocco, and specifically, downtown Taghazout. The area around Taghazout is at its best in the winter, but you can leave the gloves and booties at home: The water temperatures can hit close to 70 degrees even during the winter months. It works best on a long-period northwest swell and the wave turns into a hollow spiraling machine on the low tide. One important detail: There is no alcohol for sale in Taghazout, though there is no rule against bringing your own. If you want a post-surf beer, you’ll have to make a quick jaunt south to Agadir to stock up. The beach break at Taghazout, meanwhile, is a more relaxing alternative to the pyrotechnics at Anchor Point and the perfect place for a sunset session.

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