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Located at the southwestern entrance to the Strait of Gibraltar, just a stone’s throw from Europe, Tangier is a luxury port of entry to Morocco and the African continent. A meeting place for Muslims, Jews and Christians, the city’s beauty and exoticism has attracted a variety of artists, including writers Paul Bowles, William Burroughs, Jack Kerouac and Tennessee Williams, painters Eugene Delacroix and Henri Matisse, and the rock band ‘The Rolling Stones’. Take one of our cheap flights to Tangier and discover an oasis of light and colour, just a short journey away from paradisiacal places that will render your Moroccan experience unforgettable.
Its ‘Medina’, one of the largest in the country, is sure to immerse you in the true essence of Morocco. Take a stroll through narrow alleyways, lined with traditional houses, patios and gardens, and discover some of the most emblematic buildings and places in the city. These include the Grand Souk (the Medina’s entry point), the Small Souk (home to the Great Mosque of Tangier), the United States Consulate, the Kasbah (home to the beautiful Dar el Makhzen and Dar Es-Shorfa palaces, which house the museums of Antiquities and Moroccan Art), and the Marshan district (home to the spectacular Mendoub Palace and its adjoining gardens).
For stunning views of the old port and the Bay of Tangier, head to the Borj el Marsa Lookout Point. If you want to explore nature and smaller, more secluded areas, the options are endless. Just a short distance from Tangier, you will find the peaceful inland town of Chefchaouen, the coastal village of Asilah, Mount Rmilat, and the capes of Mnar and Espartel. Just 5 kilometres to the east, you will find the famous Caves of Hercules. Legend has it that the hero rested here after fulfilling his Twelve Labours. Only true heroes come to Tangier!