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Cape Spartel promontory, Tangier

Cape Spartel promontory, Tangier: Our most recommended tours and activities

Tarifa: Tangier Day Trip by Ferry with Lunch & Tour Guide

1. Tarifa: Tangier Day Trip by Ferry with Lunch & Tour Guide

Discover the most emblematic places in Tangier on this original excursion from Tarifa. Relax with transfers and lunch included in your day trip. Depart by fast ferry from Tarifa and get to know Tangier accompanied by an FRS assistant and a Moroccan guide. Discover the modern side of Tangier and then dive into the most historical part of the city. See the kasbah, the medina, and the souk. Pass through the Mendoubia Garden and make a stop at the Roman Necropolis. Enjoy some free time for shopping and wandering around the streets of the Zoco and the medina. Enjoy lunch at a typical Moroccan restaurant accompanied by live music. Try harira soup, beef kebabs, Morocco's famous couscous, and tea with a Moorish pastry. Finally, head back to the Port of Tangier Ville to board the ferry back to Tarifa.

From Tarifa: Tangier Full-Day Trip with Lunch

2. From Tarifa: Tangier Full-Day Trip with Lunch

Cross the Strait of Gibraltar by ferry to spend the day in the lively city of Tangier and get a feel for life in Morocco. Upon arrival in Africa, meet a local guide and take a minibus tour through the city and continue to see rural sights such as the Caves of Hercules and the amazing Cape Spartel promontory. Return to the vibrant city center to explore the bustling alleys of the medina and discover the most important corners of the historical city center. Enjoy lunch and go for a camel ride if you wish to experience the city from a different perspective. Return to Spain on the ferry and be back in time for dinner.

From Malaga: Tangier Private Day Trip with Ferry Tickets

3. From Malaga: Tangier Private Day Trip with Ferry Tickets

Morocco lies just across the Mediterranean Sea from southern Spain, but this North African country feels like a world away! We journey across the Straits of Gibraltar on a high-speed ferry and arrive at the port of Tangier, where you will be met by our private local Morocco guide. Taking an interesting drive through the richest area of Tangier’s zone of villas and palaces, passing via the king's palace and celebrities' homes (Barbara Hutton and Malcolm Forbes). Visit Cape Spar tel which is the northeast western point of Africa, it is the exact point where the Mediterranean and the Atlantic Ocean meet. Then visit the Caves of Hercules (dating from the Neolithic era). A stop to take pictures of the camels and experience a ride. (not included. 5 euros extra) We then head for the Kasbah and the Medina, the oldest and the most exotic part of this mythical city, in time for lunch (included) and an opportunity to be in direct contact with the friendly locals!

From Vejer & Tarifa, 2-Day Tangier, Asilah, Chefchaouen

4. From Vejer & Tarifa, 2-Day Tangier, Asilah, Chefchaouen

Cruise across the Straits of Gibraltar for an unforgettable two days exploring Morocco on a private overnight tour from Seville. Visit the artistic town of Asilah, and the beautiful white streets of Chefchaouen, and there is always time for souvenir shopping in Tangiers legendary souks and markets. Day One:Departing from Vejer (or towns near) or Tarifa, travel in your private jeep to Tarifa to board the fast ferry to Tangier. Enjoy the views looking back to Europe, and forward to Africa as you cross the Gibraltar Strait. Arriving in Tangiers visit the medina and its Kasbah, The Ibn Battouta Memory Exhibition Space Plaza, Great Mosque, and Souk. Departing Tangiers, you'll pass through Cape Spartel, the most northerly point in Africa on the Atlantic, and the spectacular Cuevas de Hercules. Enjoy lunch in Asilah, a cultural town with streets decorated by painters and graffiti artists. Visit the Medina Marinera and the Portuguese Fortress. Spend the night in Riad Asilah or similar. Day Two: After breakfast head towards Chefchaouen, the enchanted Pueblo Azul, founded by the Vejeriego Sidi Ali Ibn Rashid for love. Visit the city of white streets and secret corners and after passing through the Cascades to the Mosque of the Andalusians, see a beautiful sunset behind the town. After dinner, head back to Tangier where there is time to go shopping in the local souks, before taking the ferry back to Tarifa and car to Vejer or towns near

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What people are saying about Cape Spartel promontory, Tangier

Overall rating

3.9 / 5

based on 528 reviews

The ferry was over an hour late leaving Tarifa. Of course, that time was missing. The trip was still great! Rachid in Tanga was a fun and extremely knowledgeable guide. He can speak 7 languages, so pretty much everyone understands him. It's still a stressful tour because everything is very tight. But still recommended. It is also good to know that everyone with a passport has to wait in line to be stamped on the ship! It is also important that you get a sticker at the port of departure by which you can be recognized. So you don't have to look for anyone. :) All in all, it's a successful trip with good food and a good impression of Morocco (you get used to the vendors in the streets). Gladly again!

Well looked after from Tarifa Port Terminal until boarding the ferry back at Tangier. You do not get any time to wander it is all controlled & no haggling for prices as on other tours I’ve been on. Very knowledgeable guide. Lunch was lovely with local musicians which added atmosphere. The only glitch was it was not made clear enough that your passport had to be stamped before disembarking the ferry at Tangiers. Apart from that couldn’t fault it!

We realized very quickly that the smartest thing we did on this trip was to join this group. Our experience, had we been on our own would not have had 1/10 of the impact and we would have missed out on so much of this amazing culture.

It is a great tour and Rashid was very friendly. It would be nice to have a little time to shop for souvenirs at the end.

Very nice trip. Our guide Rashid was fantastic, best guide we ever had