Things to do in Tangier
What to see in Tangier, a city loved by artists
Tangier is a true portrait of a multicultural port city – a tranquil gateway to the African continent. Discover what to see in this city and the magic that emanates from its medina, beaches and souks.
Chefchaouen, Morocco’s blue city
With 42,000 inhabitants, this beautiful town, located 110 kilometres from Tangier, is unmistakable because of the indigo and white colours of its houses.
Cape Spartel in Tangier: things to see and how to get to this natural site in Morocco
Cape Spartel near Tangier, in the far north of Morocco, provides one of the best views of the Strait of Gibraltar from Africa.
The Caves of Hercules: the resting place of a legend, just a stone’s throw from Tangier
Everyone who visits Tangier should make an effort to discover the Caves of Hercules: a fascinating site of geological and mythical importance.
Tangier’s beaches: discover these wonderful natural spaces
To stroll along Tangier’s beaches is to step back into its past, where you will find stretches of unspoiled coastline, improvised beach bars and wonderful natural surroundings.
What to see in Tetouan, Morocco’s “white city”
Tetouan in northern Morocco has 300,000 inhabitants and its historic centre is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Tangier’s medina: a micro-world with a life of its own
Tangier’s medina is a micro-world in which life flows down every street, fascinating monuments are found around every corner and the soccos will tempt you with their interesting products
Gran Teatro Cervantes in Tangier: more than a century of history
With more than a century of history and the glamour of countless big hits, the Gran Teatro Cervantes is currently being refurbished to restore it to its former glory.
The Kasbah of Tangier: a journey back in time
Time seems to have stood still in the Kasbah of Tangier. The maze of streets invites reflection, although the children playing and the hubbub of a café will soon bring you back to reality.
Shopping in Tangier’s souq
Travellers to Tangier head straight to the Grand and Petit Socco and are enthralled by the colourful stands and products