Tangier, Morocco

Not only is Tangier great for exploring, it also has it's own beaches for a quieter pace of life. Wandering round the old town and it's many different shops makes for a great day out. The modern Tangier is home to holiday accommodation, restaurants and modern shopping facilities for all to enjoy.

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Tangier, or Tanger, lies on the North African coast at the western entrance to the Strait of Gibraltar, where the Mediterranean meets the Atlantic Ocean off Cape Spartel.

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Tangier Hotels (?)

Kenzi Solazur Hotel Photograph of Kenzi Solazur Hotel
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A beachfront Spa hotel with a good range of facilities on site, within easy reach of shops, cafes and restaurants....

4 / 5 from 1 reviews

Golden Tulip Farah Tanger Hotel Photograph of Golden Tulip Farah Tanger Hotel
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Golden Tulip Farah Tanger Hotel enjoys fine views over the strait of Gibraltar and the Bay of Tangier and boasts an on-site Spa with indoor and outdoor swimming pools....

5 / 5 from 1 reviews

Rembrandt Hotel Photograph of Rembrandt Hotel
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The hotel offers simple yet comfortable accommodation in a good central location....

5 / 5 from 2 reviews

Ahlen Hotel Photograph of Ahlen Hotel
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Situated on the outskirts of Tangiers, this comfortable hotel offers a large outdoor swimming pool, restaurant, bars and a nightclub...

Atlas Les Almohades Tangier Hotel Photograph of Atlas Les Almohades Tangier Hotel
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Opposite the beach and overlooking the Bay of Tangier, the hotel offers modern hotel rooms and is close to a range of shops, cafes and restaurants....

Atlas Rif Front Beach Hotel Photograph of Atlas Rif Front Beach Hotel
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This beach front hotel offers guests a relaxing atmosphere, a Spa floor spa with views to the Strait of Gibraltar and an outdoor swimming pool....

Cesar Hotel & Spa Photograph of Cesar Hotel & Spa
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Boasting a seafront location just a 5 minute drive from the downtown area, the hotel offers a luxury base from which to enjoy the nearby attractions...

Chellah Hotel Photograph of Chellah Hotel
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Comfortable accommodation with elements of traditional Moroccan styling just a few minutes walk from the Place de France and the beach....

Continental Hotel Photograph of Continental Hotel
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Situated in the heart of the Medina and overlooking the harbour. As one of the oldest hotels in Tangier this charming hotel, built in 1870 offers a great base to explore the historic side of Tangier. ...

Dar Jameel Hotel Photograph of Dar Jameel Hotel
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A restored riad guest house offering traditional Moroccan style accommodation, in a great location on the edge of the Medina and in walking distance of the beach....

Dawliz Hotel Photograph of Dawliz Hotel
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In a central location, this Moorish style hotel is within easy reach of cafes, restaurants and shops as well as the old medina....

El Minzah Hotel Photograph of El Minzah Hotel
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This prestigious hotel offers panoramic views over the bay of Tangier, the Rif Mountains and the Straits of Gibraltar...

Tangier Reviews

Holiday Date:8th Sep 2017
Accommodation:Kenzi Solazur Hotel
Room:Executive Double Or Twin
Board:Bed & Breakfast
(4 suns)

El Tangerina bar/restaurant very nice, live music, Spanish themed, trendy, food amazing very clean.

Holiday Date:17th Jan 2016
Accommodation:Golden Tulip Farah Tanger Hotel
Room:Deluxe Single
Board:Bed & Breakfast
(5 suns)

This city is fantastic.

Holiday Date:24th Aug 2015
Accommodation:Rembrandt Hotel
Room:Double Or Twin
Board:Bed & Breakfast
(5 suns)

Good place to see lots of places around Tangier, fantastic atmosphere in the town, very friendly people.

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The town beach at Tangier is set in a sweeping bay of wide golden sands on the Mediterranean coast, with opportunities for windsurfing. You can take a camel ride along the beach or, on a clear day, just sit and admire the views across the Strait of Gibraltar.

Things to Do

Surrounded by fortified walls, the Kasbah is located on a hillside above the port and enjoys amazing views over the Medina and across to Europe. Here you will find the 17th century Sultan's Palace, the Dar El Makhzen, set in attractive courtyard gardens and now housing the Museum of Moroccan Arts and the Museum of Antiquities.

Located in the old Medina, the old American Embassy building now houses a museum of artworks and exhibits with historic links to America.

Place de France at the heart of Ville Nouvelle, the modern part of the town, offers a wide choice of pavement cafes and is a popular spot for socialising.

Out and About

The beach is backed by a promenade which is lined with bars and restaurants and makes for a pleasant walk, day or evening.

The ancient walled Medina is located behind the port and can be accessed via the Grand Socco at end of the beach promenade, near the Grand Mosque. The narrow streets of the Medina are packed with shops, cafes, food markets, snake charmers and residential areas.

Approx 100 metres back from the Grand Mosque, the Mendoubia Gardens offer a pleasant place to relax.

Nearby Attractions

You can take the high speed ferry from the Tangier Port to the south of Spain. Crossings take approx half an hour and you can go to either Tarifa, which is popular with windsurfers or, to Algeciras, which is a half hour drive from Gibraltar.

The legendary Caves of Hercules (14km from Tangiers) offer great views and are surrounded by mythological tales and an interesting history dating back to Berber tribesmen. Five minutes walk from here will take you to the archaeological site of Cotta, an ancient Roman town.

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