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Morocco South West Coast

Discussion in 'Expeditions' started by dag019, Sep 12, 2018.

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  1. dag019

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    I am heading to Morocco again at the end of the month. I am hoping to do the south west coast which I did not have time to do when I went last year. Looking to head south along the coast from Legzira to Ei Ouatia and maybe further. I have not done this area before and know that along this part of coastline there certainly used to be some very impressive ship wrecks. However I have been unable to pinpoint their exact locations or find any information on if they are still there, any mention of them seems to be a few years ago now so is quite possibly out of date. Does any one know if there are and still on the coast and their exact location/accessibility?

    Also does any one know if you are still allowed to drive along the beaches? Again I have found mention that it has been outlawed and you need to keep to tracks off the beach itself however have not found any confirmation of this.
     
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