The second arch does not exist anymore :–(( it collapsed. First arch ist still existing... and Worth a visit !
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We loved this gorgeous beach. We caught a bus from Mirleft to Sidi Ifni and then hitch hiked to Legzira. We were there in the late afternoon planning to watch the sun turn the arch even more red but a bizarre sea most made the...More
Returned here after several years , at first we could not find the beach area due to a large new development...but go down the tarmac road and at the barrier to the new development turn sharp left down the dirt track ...several places to eat,...More
We got the co-ordinates from google, but sadly it meant we tried to drive our saloon car down a very pebbly path to the edge of the cliff (took 30minutes to just get to the cliff face - half driving/walking). If driving from Agadir, there's...More
We went on foot from Sidi Ifni to Legzira and ride back with the bus (Sidi Ifni - Mirleft). It took ~3.5 hours of trekking through mountains, seaside and village but the experience was amazing as we took really great shoots from the rocks.
One of the classics, checkout fresh fish joints on the beach! One of the rocks collapsed in automn of 2016 so there is just one left but it's still magical and worth to see. Don't expect any LED lamp enhancers or ques, it's naturally beautiful.
Legzira was once one of the most beautiful beaches in Morocco. The site is still special with a rock island beyond the waves and one of its photogenic arches still standing farther down the beach. But Legzira has now fallen prey to a range of...More
Although one arch collapsed just months ago, the remaining main one (local people said there were 5 in total, including the collapsed one) is wonderfully beautiful, especially at sunset. Some were parachuting at the top of an arch; could be another way to enjoy the...More
Spent a day here whilst staying in Mirleft. Absolutely stunning. Was here on a Tuesday, very few people around. The rocks change colour in different sunlight, water was cool but swimmable. Only got to see/walk through one of the arches due tide. Caution, be aware...More