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Tangier

About Tangier

Once a glittering and debauched destination for the 1960s literary and artistic set, Tangier holds an evocative tinge of this racy past, even though it may no longer be the haunt of famed authors and painters. The medina area is the major point of interest and place to try and catch some of this atmosphere. The winding lanes here are the city's prime tourist attraction. Outside of Tangier, the coastline is dotted with picture-perfect seaside villages that make you want to break out your watercolor palette.
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The Palace of Sultans
Home to Dar al Makhzen – the palace of sultans – Tangier now uses the historical building as the Museum of Moroccan Arts.
Greece in Arabia
Visit the Caves of Hercules, where Hercules rested during his labors. The caves have an opening in the shape of the continent of Africa.
Lighthouses and castles
The Cape Malataba has views to Spain. At night, the lighthouse makes the entire cape glow with beauty.

Why Tangier?

History lovers should definitely put the Kasbah Museum on their Tangier things to do list. The museum brings together an amazing number of exhibits tracing Morocco’s tumultuous and complicated history. The Antiquities Collection brings together finds from the country’s prime ancient Roman sites such as Lixus and Volubilis and includes a life-size model of a Carthaginian tomb. The Grand Socco (the main square) marks the end of the new city and entry to the medina. This is where Tangier locals come to stroll, play, and sit in the surrounding cafes for hours. Just to the square’s north is the Mendoubia Gardens, a shady spot full of fig and dragon trees.