…on the French Atlantic coast. It came first in hints, and, step by step, became evident all around. Elmar deconstructed his cozy beach terrace, there’s no more “tasty” drinks at “Booboozzz”“Le Surfing” and  “Heads”  closed out with a bang, and the beach is deserted – the waves either too big or not there at all.

After wonderfully warm October weeks and a successful Quicksilver Pro Contest the Surfvilla is now switching to hibernation mode. Barbara has scrubbed and stored away the yoga-mats, Sebastian took down our beloved swing, Luisa only barely managed to part from her beloved dishwashing brushes and bowls, Artti put aside the XL pots and pans, and Konrad dewaxed the surfboards. Only Sophie stoically continues her job of loudly and effectively defending the garden..

Sad but true, the time has come again to say: the summer is over, fall and winter are at our door…with a heavy heart we say good-bye to flip-flops and board shorts – but only for a while: our journey continues in the South, Morocco is calling!

The reliable winter swells are approaching Morocco’s shores. Starting November, we can begin expecting the usual great conditions at our favorite spots. Artti and Lando will soon make their way to the Maranga Surfhaus in Taghazout to pass the winter there – and, of course, they’re hoping that you’ll join them. With these two you’ll have the perfect guides to show you the country, the people, and the spots. Don’t miss this opportunity!

Photos, as well as a lot of travel material, including information on flight options and airlines, are available on our new Maranga Webseite.

Over the summer we spent some time re-hauling our site – in happy co-operation with Neckarmedia –hoping to make it better than ever.

Any and all feedback welcome!

We’d like to thank everyone who contributed their help: Alena for her wonderful photos, Barbara and Michi for writing and being our Maranga fitness models, Luisa for writing and English translations, and Nadia for video-editing.

We wish you a wonderful autumn and look forward to seeing you again…

With heart-felt greetings,

your Maranga-Crew