Day 1: Tangier:

 Arrive at  Tarifa port. With all on board you embark on the fast ferry and cross the straits of Gibraltar to Tangier, a journey of about  45 mns. On arrival in Tangier, you will go through customs to then be met by your driver and the guide who takes you to start the day’s visit to The “Bride of the North” Tangier.
The highlights start by visiting the modern new town and the wealthy “California” section where you will see the estates and palaces of the rich and famous. Stop at Cap Spartel, the lighthouse that marks the official convergence of the Atlantic and Mediterranean. Continue  to Hercules Cave – Inhabited since the Neolithic period. Optional lunch followed by touring of the old town. Visit the kasbah  built in 1683 by the Sultan Moulay Ismail. Descend through the labyrinthine streets of the medina through the spice markets, the Berber markets and amongst the craftsmen. Visit the Grand Socco and Andrew’s Church, quietly nestled off the busy market square.Overnight



Depart from Tangier to Chefchaouen, a delightful town in the Rif Mountains and one of the most beautiful towns in Morocco. Chefchaouen is a typical Berber village. A tour of this blue and white village includes the Palace El Makhzen and the famous square Uta el Hamman, the city’s great Mosque, built in the 15th century and the medina .Lunch in a Moroccan restaurant . Then continue to Fez.Overnight 


Breakfast, full-day tour of the city of Fez, the jewel of Spanish-Arabic civilization. The first imperial city of Morocco, it’s a leading intellectual, religious, cultural center and the kingdom’s spiritual capital founded in 790 B.C by Moulay Idriss II. The highlights will include the Medersa Bouanania (an Islamic teaching university) to attest the importance of its thousand years of history, the great El Qaraouiyin Mosque the first university in the world and the sumptuous Nejjarine fountain. Independent lunch followed by a visit to the Medieval Medina of Fez has a world of its own a UNESCO world heritage, encircled by an unbroken line of ramparts and gates a labyrinth of sloping, winding alleyways are crammed full of artisans and merchants, each district has its own specialty; cobalt blue enameled pottery, carpets, wrought iron,  and caftans.


Day 4:Fez-Tangier-Departure

Breakfast at hotel. Depart Fez for Tangier. Enter Tangier along the Atlantic route giving you the opportunity to visit Hercules’ Caves and Cape Spartel (the confluence of the Atlantic and Mediterranean).Drive through Tangier, the Gateway to Africa and transfer to the port for return trip to Tarifa.



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