What To Expect
We will drive through the Costa del Sol road to Gibraltar, Algeciras or Tarifa where we will cross the Strait of Gibraltar to Tangier by ferry.
Upon arrival, we will go on a walking tour of the little souk, where we can find dried fruits, fresh vegetables and spice markets. We will be visiting the jewelers' street as well where we will learn about the Moroccan wedding ritual.
Then we will walk over to the medina (old town) and the kasbah (old fortress) to appreciate its rich architecture before stopping to see the snake charmer and visiting one of the local bakeries.
We will be having lunch at a typical Moroccan restaurant before continuing on with the tour. We will visit a bazaar where we will learn about the different types of carpets as well as local handicrafts.
Then we will go on a bus sightseeing tour along the sea front promenade, Avenue Mohamed V, Severo Ochoa Institute, the Portuguese, American, Italian and Spanish Quarters and the Real Palace. On the way to the Atlantic coast, we will stop at the Punico Roman Necropolis for some of the best views of the Strait of Gibraltar and for us to see tombs dating back to Roman times.
After a short stop at Cape Spartel where the waters of the Atlantic Ocean and the Mediterranean Sea meet, we will learn about mint tea rituals and taste traditional mint tea.
We continue to Hercules' Cave* then stop at an Atlantic dune for a photo stop and an opportunity to ride a camel (optional, not included in price) before returning to the port.
You will be back in Torremolinos at around 19:30.
Pick up and drop off from Torremolinos
Roundtrip transportation by Air conditioned motor coach to the port of Tarifa
Escort Guide and Local Guide
Go and return Ferry tickets
Typical Moroccan lunch with entertainment
Guided walking tour of the Kasbah and the Medina of Tangier
Tips and gratuities
Optional activity costs
Children below 4 years old are free of charge. Lunch and consumptions to be paid by the parents directly.
The itinerary and schedule of this trip are subject to change from November to April due to ferry's timetables and the Ramadan holiday.
A valid passport is required.
-*Until further notice, Hercules' Caves will remain temporarily closed due to restoration works, and won't be visited during the tour.
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