Tangier Private Tour from Malaga with Hotel Pick up

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  • Live Guide
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  • Day Trip
  • Pickup Service
  • Private Tour
  • E-Ticket
  • 12 hr

The tour will start off at Malaga or Marbella (please provide this information at the time of booking).  You will head towards Tarifa, where you will take the 1 hour ferry to Tanger. In Tangier, your private guide will pick you up. Enjoy a ride through different neighbourhoods and surrounding areas, including several stops at amazing viewpoints, a short break at Cape Spartel where the Atlantic Ocean meets the Sea, a visit to the mythical Caves of Hercules and camel rides! Enjoy a 15 minute camel ride The second portion of the tour, consists of a walk through the maze of narrow streets and alleyways of the Kasbah (fortress), for an insight into a rich architectural heritage that includes a 15th century city wall, and numerous buildings of Arab-Andalusian style. Then heading for the Medina (old town). Your driver and guide will take you to the ferry port to take the ferry ride (1 hour) back to Spain. Once in Spain, your private driver will be waiting for you to take back to your hotel.

Itinerary Details

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Pass By: Medina of Tangier

The medina, or old city, of Tangier is an open air museum. It is a labyrinth of alleyways both commercial and residential. It's well worth exploring for the many small shops and stalls on offer to buy everything from Moroccan jewellery to fresh seafood, or just to soak in the atmosphere of this fascinating African city.

Pass By: Tangier Casbah

The Tangier Casbah, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is the oldest part of this bustling city and its historic heart. It is a traditional Moroccan townhouse in the medina quarter of Tangier. It is a walled fortress-like complex that contrasts sharply with the open spaces of the city's souks, or markets.

Pass By: Hercules Cave

Hercules Cave is a 10-minute walk from the coast, in the hills overlooking Tangier. The cave, now collapsed and covered with a hill of sand, was once used as a secret meeting place by smugglers and pirates from all around the world. This is the first and only cave in the world with galleries that have been inhabited continuously for more than 40,000 years. Starting from the end of May, discover this natural wonder of nature.

Stop At: Musee de la Kasbah

Musee de la Kasbah is a museum and archeological site near the medina of Tangier. It was the home of Sultan Moulay Hassan I from 1672 until his death in 1727. The Kasbah is located in the medina at the entrance to a narrow street called "Kasbah Street. A site of multilayered cultural and historical significance. This historic center of the city has been carefully restored to its 18th-century glory and houses an impressive collection of local art and architecture.

Duration: 1 hour

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The Grande Mosquée of Tangier was the first mosque in Morocco, an architectural wonder and historic landmark in the heart of the Old Town. Now a National Heritage site, it remains one of the country’s most popular tourist attractions and a symbol of the city. The mosque was founded in 859 on the site of an earlier church that was converted into a place of worship after Mohammed’s arrival in Morocco. It has been rebuilt and remodeled many times since then, and is now known as the Grande Mosquée El-Mansouria.
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