- Full-day tour to Tangier, Morocco, from Malaga
- Enjoy views of the Mediterranean Sea on a ferry ride across the Strait of Gibraltar
- Take a walking tour of the medina
- Watch a live performance by a Berber dancer
- Go shopping in Tangier's local bazaar
- Enjoy a traditional Moroccan lunch of couscous or tagine
Recent Photos of This Tour
The first time my kids rode ...Photo by: Saad A
Can't believe I did thisPhoto by: Kimberly D K
P1070490Photo by: FourTheBest
P1070455Photo by: FourTheBest
Silver itemsPhoto by: Saad A
Morocco snake charmersPhoto by: Saad A
Sand dunes and the Atlantic ...Photo by: Saad A
Camels in TangiersPhoto by: Saad A
What You Can Expect
Your tour of Tangier starts with a panoramic sightseeing tour of the city, followed by a walking tour of the little souk, the medina (old quarter) and the kasbah (old fortress). Discover Morocco’s rich architecture, browse the spice markets, stop to see the snake charmer and visit one of the local bakeries to try some tasty bread (own expense).
Then enjoy shopping at a typical bazaar, where you’ll see many types of carpets and handicrafts. Enjoy lunch at a local restaurant, and feast on traditional Moroccan food like couscous, tagine and other local delicacies. Be entertained with a performance by a Berber dancer.
After lunch, make a short stop at Cape Spartel, where you can see the Atlantic Ocean and the Mediterranean Sea mix together, and then enjoy a sample of traditional mint tea and learn about the mint tea rituals. Next, visit the Cave of Hercules and stop by the white sand dunes that border the Atlantic. Here you have the option to ride a camel (own expense)! Alternatively, enjoy free time to explore the beautiful area.
On your way back to the ferry, take in views of the Moroccan landscape, and then relax on the comfortable coach ride from the Spain port back to Malaga.
Please note: The itinerary and schedule of this trip are subject to change from December to April due to ferry's timetables and the Ramadan holiday.
Pedro from Julia travel was very professional as was Hasan in Tangier. Only thing our party did not like was that we were taken to a "store" where we felt we were badgerd too much to purchase.Albeit the items were beautiful but too expensive, they did get me for a necklace but my husband was able to get the price down to something that he was willing to pay! My daughter wished to get inexpensive souvenirs and ended up going off on her own to shop in the Bazar whilst the second stop was made at the Herbalist.