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Tangier, an international city in its history, is full of surprises. Located at the northern tip of Africa on the Strait of Gibraltar, between the Mediterranean Sea and the Atlantic Ocean, it has a rich history and unique geography. We speak Spanish, French, Arabic or English fluently, You will quickly feel at ease. This city will welcome you in the right way, with its pretty medina, its beautiful beaches, and its traditional and international restaurants. When you arrive, we will direct you to the most interesting sites. With our assistance, you will be able to plan your stay in and around the city.


When I, Ruby, first saw the Kasbah Museum, it was not as a curious tourist, but as a choreographer holding rehearsals in the open building behind the museum’s gardens.



The American Legation is a museum, cultural center, and research library that holds historical and artistic artifacts and is home to a rich history of diplomatic relations between the United States and Morocco.



The city's main beach is easy to access: right in the center, it unfolds its stretches of fine white sand near the most beautiful hotels, allows you to indulge in the pleasures of relaxing, to try your hand at water skiing, sailing and even scuba diving in calm and safe waters. Its landscaped cornice is lined with cafés and restaurants where you can have a drink or taste seafood.


Ancien Medina

The walled Ancien Medina is entered through centuries-old gates, including Bab Al Bahr, which offers access to the ramparts for port views. The Tangier American Legation Museum traces local history, and there are displays of pottery and Roman relics in the Kasbah Museum, built around a courtyard. Alleys off Rue Siaghine are lined with shops selling rugs and spices, and lead to the landmark Grand Socco square.

Grottes d'Hercule

The Caves of Hercules is an archaeological cave complex located in Cape Spartel, Morocco. Situated 14 kilometres (9 mi) west of Tangier, the popular tourist attraction is adjacent to the summer palace of the King of Morocco. The cave has two openings, one to sea and one to land. The sea opening is known as "The Map of Africa". It is believed that the Phoenicians created the sea opening which is in the shape of Africa when looked at from the sea. There are also some markings on the wall in the shape of eyes, that are said to be made by the Phoenicians, which make up a map of the local area.

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