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Tips van locals
To enjoy the fresh air, take a stroll through this lush forest (once the private residence of a Greek expatriate), which offers superb sea views. Admission is free and you will find food on site.
Beautiful nature , clean air and sweet story behind it. Don't forget to put on your comfy shoes
Beautiful forest walks and trails with stunning views of Spain and the Tangier coastline. Recommend a sunset walk!
Very nice park! Yu can take a hike to the beach. and eat at the cheap and popular restaurants.
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Andere aanbevelingen van locals
“Café Hafa is a cafe in Tangier, Morocco, located along the cliff top overlooking the Bay of Tangier. Opened in 1921, the cafe has retained its 1920s style of decor and through the years has been visited by numerous writers and singers, from Paul Bowles and William S. Burroughs, to The Beatles and the Rolling Stones. The cafe is known for its mint tea, a Tangier special brew. With its simplicity, with its dominance over the Strait of Gibraltar, with its plastic chairs, its mosaic tables, with its blue walls, with its trees that grow without concern to none and with charm to which no one can resist, the Café Hafa has built its glory, its history and its reputation that crossed borders and have inspired numerous international writers.”
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“c'est juste à côté et il y a un grand magasin Acima où vous trouverez tout!”
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“The Grottoes of Hercules (also known as the Caves of Hercules) are situated 14 km west of the city of Tangier. This cave is a significant tourist attraction – something which often has a lot to do with its association with Greek mythology. The caves are dating back to 2500 B.C. The cave contains two entrances, one on the sea and is known by its form (a silhouette)that looked like the map of the African continent. It is characterized by its location where the Atlantic Ocean and the Mediterranean Sea meets away some kilometers off the Rock of Gibraltar. ”
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“D'ici, la vue sur la mer manifique. Bab Bahr signifie " la porte de la mer ". C'est une des plus célèbres portes de Tanger. On y découvre une vue imprenable sur toute la baie, le port et le début de la médina. Située à deux pas des escaliers qui mènent vers la Légation américaine, anciennement le consulat des Etats-Unis au Maroc, la porte fut construite par les Portugais entre le XIVe siècle et le XVIIe siècle. Elle donne sur les anciennes tanneries, offertes à la ville lors de sa reconstruction par le Pacha Ali, au XVIIe siècle, dont il ne reste aujourd'hui que des ruines.”
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“Cinémathèque de Tanger is the oldest cinema theater in Tangier. It is also a perfect spot to sit and have a coffee or a Moroccan mint tea while reading a book.”
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