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Tangier and surroundings

A luxurious but discreet address, La Maison de Tangier is located in the heart of the city and benefits from all the amenities offered by its central position: small and large taxis, shops, cafes and restaurants, tourist sites. Located a stone’s throw from the Place du Grand Socco, this haven of peace is the ideal place to visit Tangier and its surroundings.

A couple or family, enjoy the flower garden of La Maison de Tangier, a real Eden protected from the hubbub of the souks, its pool and the charms of the city.

1, 2 or 3 days in Tangier: The essentials not to be missed

Whatever the duration of your stay in Tangier, a short trip to Asilah is almost inevitable. Highly prized by foreign tourists, this little gem of the Shereefian Kingdom, surrounded by ramparts, with the false air of Greek city, is famous for its charming medina, its famous fish restaurants, including Casa Pepe and Casa Garcia and its sandy beaches, to discover outside the city. The walks along the ledge by the sea at sunset are also very popular.

Plage Asilah Maroc

In Tangier, head for Cape Spartel where the Atlantic Ocean and the Mediterranean meet, by the road of the Palaces and the forest of Rmilat. After a stroll on the big beach of Achakar, let yourself be tempted by a lunch at the new address Quai Sud or further, beach of Sidi Kacem, by the restaurant L’Océan.

A week in Tangier: Activities & tourism

Enjoy a longer stay to visit Chefchaouen and let yourself be seduced by the charm and authenticity of this mountain town. Take your time to enjoy the unique atmosphere of its curving alleys that reach the place Outa Hammam, home to beautiful and typical blue houses painted with lime. On your way, enjoy the surroundings and plan if possible a stopover in Akchour to discover its waterfalls, the surrounding farms and interact with the local population.

Visiter Chefchaouen

Visit Larache, the ancient Roman city Lixus, and discover its ancient remains. Walk in the footsteps of Jean Genet, buried in this small fishing town. Make a detour to the Liberation Square, arguably the most lively place in the city, with its many Arabo Andalusian terrace cafés. The city gives access to two beaches bounded by a jetty. One extends very far. The other, closer to the inlet, is perfect for swimming because of the softness of its waters and the calm of the surroundings. Not far from there, if the urge for a walk took you, are forests of pines and eucalyptus.

You can also take advantage of your stay in Tangier to go to Rabat, the administrative capital of Morocco, to wander through the Medina created by Andalusian refugees driven from Spain by Philip III. Visit the necropolis of Chellah, built on the ancient Roman city of Sala and home to the tombs of the Merinid dynasty. The mausoleum of King Mohamed V is a masterpiece of Moroccan art made of noble materials that a photo in your album would immortalize. Finally, crossing the large esplanades that form the Mechouar, do not fail to admire Dar-al-Makhzen, the palace of the Moroccan ruler.

During this stay, your charming guest house will take care of your transport and guide you throughout your discoveries.

At La Maison de Tangier, we make sure that your stay leaves you with the feeling of having lived 2 days, 3 days, a week … a unique and privileged moment.