Frequently asked questions

Common questions about SunDesk coworking & coliving space.

About Morocco

Do I need a Visa?
EU nationals with a passport that is valid for at least 6 months up to your return date do not need a visa to enter Morocco as a tourist. It is possible to stay up to 3 months in Morocco. If you hold a passport from outside the European Union, we strongly recommend that you check with the nearest Moroccan Embassy about visa requirements.
How about the currency and where can I get it?
The Moroccan currency is the Dirham. Exchange rates are around 11 Dirhams to 1 €, 13 Dirhams to 1 £, and 9 Dirhams to 1 US $. Dirhams can only be obtained within Morocco. The cheapest way to get the currency is to withdraw using your Visa or MasterCard at one of the many ATMs at the airport or in Agadir. There are also currency exchange facilities in the airport. In Taghazout, ATMs are not available, and the nearest is in the village of Aourir, which is a five-minute drive. This machine and many other ATMs in Morocco do not accept Maestro and can be a little unreliable. If you have a VISA card, we recommend bringing it instead.
Is Morocco safe?
Morocco is a very safe country. Tourism is an important segment of the economy, and the government is very serious about the tourist safety.
What clothing should I bring?
Morocco is a tolerant Muslim country, especially in tourist areas. Swimsuits and bikinis are normal on the beach. If you are coming in the winter, you probably need some warm clothes too, as the temperature drops in the evenings.
What is the food like?
A variety of western and traditional Moroccan food is available in the restaurants and cafés in Taghazout. You can find fresh fruit, vegetables, fish and meat in many local shops. There are also plenty of options to cater for vegetarians, vegans, and any other dietary requirements.
Can I buy alcohol?
Morocco is an open Muslim country and alcohol is still not sold in most small towns and villages. However, you can buy alcohol in supermarkets, liquor shops and bars in Agadir — beer, wine, and any kind of spirits.
What are the electricity plugs like?
Moroccan voltage is 220V, 50 Hz (two-pin round plugs). Always check your laptop or electronic gadgets to make sure they can handle 100-240 volts.
What about healthcare?
You do not need any vaccinations to visit Morocco. There is a well stocked pharmacy in the village where you can buy any medicine you need. We are also fully equipped with first-aid equipment at the office.
What is the weather like?

Morocco is an all year round destination for great weather. We are blessed with over 300 days of sunshine a year.
Jan – Apr      May – Aug      Sep – Dec
Air Temp.      18c – 25c       25c – 30c       20c – 25c
Sea Temp.    16c – 18c       20c – 22c       17c – 20c

How to reach us

Where is SunDesk?
The village of Taghazout is 20 minutes away from Agadir on the Atlantic coast of Morocco.
Which airport to choose?

Many low-fare airlines fly directly to Agadir, which is an hour drive along the coast road to Taghazout.
More airlines fly to Marrakech, which is a €10 bus trip (3-4 hours) away. We recommend taking CTM or SupraTours buses. Read below how to reach us from Marrakech.

Which airlines fly to Morocco?
How do I get to Taghazout coming from Agadir/Airport?
The most comfortable way is to get a taxi from the airport. SunDesk is an hour drive away and gives lifts from Agadir Airport (€25) or Bus station (€15) to Taghazout on request. There is a bus running from Agadir Airport to Inezgane, from Inezgane to Agadir and from Agadir bus 32 to Taghazout. We don’t recommend taking the bus because it can take about 3 hours to reach us.
How do I get from Marrakech Airport to Taghazout?

1. Take a taxi from the airport to CTM Bus station (€10)
2. Get into the bus to Agadir (€11)
3. Take a taxi from Agadir Bus station to Taghazout (€15)
CTM buses provide an online schedule and payment system. With a foreign bank card, it is only possible to book tickets online 72 hours before the trip. We can book your tickets and send them online to you.

About SunDesk

What is the office like?

2*100/10 Mbps internet connections
Furnished office including desk, lamp, ergonomic chair, and storage
Printing, scanning and faxing
Private Skype room
✓  Receptionist on duty
Breakfast at the terrace
Coffee, tea and drinking water
Large ocean view terrace
Chill out area
LED screens on request

How many people are in the shared flats?
We have private single, double rooms, and shared twin rooms. You will live in a shared flat with a max. of 2 rooms. Every flat has bathroom facilities and a well-equipped kitchen. The office has a washing machine for your laundry too.
How many people can work in the office?
14 people can work and live at SunDesk at the same time.
How far is the beach?
It’s only a short two-minute walk to the beach.