Full Day Excursion to Tangier from Spain


Full Day Excursion to Tangier from Spain



10 months ago


1 Day


Year Round


EUR 100.00 per couple


Jan 01, 2018
Full Day Excursion to Tangier from Spain
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The Tangier day trip from Spain is the most popular day excursion to Morocco from Europe. I am a private guide driver in Tangier; I was born and grew up in Tangier therefore I’m well-equipped to introduce you to all the sights and delights of the city. I offer quality and informative private Tangier day trips from Spain for individual travelers looking for an authentic exposure to the lifestyle and culture of Tangier. This day excursion includes: my services as a private guide with my van, entrance fees and all taxes. I can also help you with your round trip ferry tickets from Tarifa-Tangier. Join my Tangier day trips from Spain and experience a true sense of Tangier and its people!


Day 1: Full Day Excursion To Tangier From Spain
Tangier, Tangier-Tetouan, Morocco

Early in the morning start your day excursion to Morocco. Departing from Tarifa port (south of Spain), you will cross the Strait of Gibraltar in a very modern high-speed catamaran; most of my clients for the Tangier day trip from Spain prefer the 9 a.m. or the 11 a.m. ferry departure. Just an hour later, you will land on the African continent in an entirely different world. The Moroccan clock is one hour behind so you arrive at 9 a.m. local time in Tangier. I will be waiting for you at Tangier’s harbor holding a poncard with your name. Upon arrival the adventure begins! I will take you for a fascinating private tour of the old town (medina), the kasbah and the souks of Tangier, we may have chance to have Moroccan lunch with local family in Tangier.

Your Tangier day trip includes a visit to the Tangier American Legation Museum, which is the only historic landmark of the United States outside of the USA. Displayed inside are a variety of historical items and art exhibits, whilst the museum’s library houses a large collection of books, maps, photographs and articles relating to Morocco.

The morning walking tour of the medina will also include a visit to the fortified Kasbah, one of the city’s main attractions. The Kasbah is built on the highest point of the city and has excellent views out over the Straits of Gibraltar and neighbouring Spain. Within its gates lies a large marble courtyard that leads to the Dar el-Makhzen, a former Sultan’s palace built in the 17th century, which today houses the Museum of Moroccan Art.

At the end of our walking tour we’ll stop for lunch at a typical Moroccan restaurant or in a local house with a Moroccan family if it possible. After lunch we will continue our Morocco adventure with an exploration of the surrounding countryside and a stop to visit the Caves of Hercules on the Atlantic, associated with the Greek hero Hercules. This striking cave resembles the map of Africa. According to Geek legend, Hercules rested here after digging the Strait of Gibraltar. This vantage point offers an exceptional view of the Strait of Gibraltar and the Atlantic Ocean.

Next stop is Cap Spartel at the extreme northwest of Africa. Known as the Cape of Vines in ancient times, a lighthouse today stands guard over Cap Spartel.

We will also visit the hills of Tangier where the architecture serves as a reminder of the colonial days when the city was ruled by the English, American, French and Spanish. Late in the afternoon you'll travel back to the Ferry. End of your Morocco day excursion.


  • Expert English qualified guide
  • Transportation with an air-conditioned car with driver & fuel
  • Entrance fees to monuments
  • Lunch
  • 24/7 phone service by English speaking staff at the agency
  • Round trip ferry tickets Spain / Morocco / Spain

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