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Muslim country in northwestern Africa, bordered by the Atlantic and the Mediterranean, and separated from Spain by the eight-mile-wide Strait of Gibraltar. The Moroccan coastline is similar to that of Baja California, Mexico—rugged, dry, and desolate. The main surfing area extends south from Casablanca to Agadir, and is filled with high-quality reefs and points; the area around Taghazoute is parti...

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