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Holidays in Morocco at Tangier a selection of local hotels. The city is very popular with tourists and Moroccan holiday makers as it has beautiful beaches to entertain them. This beautiful city is energetic, very likeable, extremely individual and has an enduring charm.

 

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Ramada Les Almohades Tanger

From € 91 Ramada Les Almohades Tanger 4-star

43, Avenue Mohamed VI, Tanger Show map

Ramada Les Almohades is located in the city centre, Ramada Les Almohades Tangier and is only 2 kilometres from Tangier train station. More…

El Minzah Hotel

From € 130 El Minzah Hotel 5-star

85, Rue De La Liberte, Tanger Show map

A heaven of peace and tranquility, this hotel, built in a Spanish Moorish style, boasts stunning views over the Bay of Tangier, the Straits of Gibraltar and the Rif Mountains. More…

Mövenpick Hotel & Casino Malabata Tanger

From € 130 Mövenpick Hotel & Casino Malabata Tanger 5-star

Baie De Tanger, Tanger Show map

Welcome to Tangier, the Moevenpick Hotel and Casino Malabata in Tangier is a hotel of the luxury class and houses one of the largest casinos in Africa. More…

Intercontinental

From € 60 Intercontinental 4-star

Parc Brooks/Bd. Sidi Mohamed Ben Abdellah, Tanger Show map

Ideally situated in the city centre of Tanger, this elegant hotel is just a 10-minute walk away from the Kasbah. More…

Dar Nilam

From € 75 Dar Nilam 0-star

28, Lotissement Tingis, Tanger Show map

Located on the Bay of Tangier, this elegant, traditional Moroccan-style guest house is set 2 km from the town centre and just 300 metres from the beach. More…

 

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Morocco is situated on the northwestern corner of Africa, Morocco is bordered with Algeria to the east and southeast, Mauritania to the south and to the west by the Atlantic Ocean.

The country is divided into three natural regions; the fertile northern coastal plaint along the Mediterranean which contains Er Rif, mountains varying in elevation up to about 8,000 ft; the rich plateaus and lowlands lying between the rugged Atlas mountains, which extend in three parallel ranges from the Atlantic coast in the southwest to Algeria and the Mediterranean in the northeast; and the semiarid area in southern and eastern Morocco, which merges into the Sahara Desert, The Atlas Mountains, with an average elevation of 11,000 ft, contain some of the highest peaks of North Africa, including Mt. Toubkal (13,665 ft), the highest of all. South of the Atlas lie the Anti-Atlas Mountains, with volcanic Mt. Siroua (10,000 ft).

Morocco has the most extensive river system in North Africa. Moroccan rivers generally flow northwestward to the Atlantic or southeastward toward the Sahara; the Moulouya is an exception, and flows 350 miles north-eastwards from the Atlas to the Mediterranean. Principal rivers with outlets in the Atlantic are the Oumer River, Sebou, Bou Regreg, Tensift, Draa and Sous. The Ziz and Gheris are the main rivers flowing southward towards the Sahara.

Lowest point:   Sebkha Tah -55m
Highest point:   Jebel Toubkal 4,165m

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Climate Morocco

Morocco has a subtropical climate, tempered by oceanic influences that give the coastal regions moderate temperatures. Toward the interior, winters are colder and summers warmer, a more continental climate. At high altitudes temperatures of less than -17.8° C (0° F) are not uncommon, and mountain peaks are covered with snow during most of the year.
Rain falls mainly between November and April. Precipitation is heaviest in the northwest and lightest in the east and south. The last few years there almost has been no rain in the south and east of Morocco.
The warmest month in Marrakech is August, with temperatures above 40 degrees Celsius. We visited in September and at day it was between 32 and 40 degrees, at night between 24 and 29 degrees.


The actual weather in Morocco:
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Interesting facts on Morocco
Al Mamlakah al Maghribiyah, or Kingdom of  Morocco
446,550 square kilometers (11x Holland, slightly larger than California), without the Western Sahara
31.7 million (July 2003); Population of Marrakech: 740,000
71 per square kilometer, but very irregularly dispersed
Rabat
Dirham (MAD), divided into 100 centimes. 1 dirham is ongeveer € 0,10 (sept. 2003); 1 € = ca. MAD 10
reasonable, although there are some dangerous routes; this is more due to the behaviour of drivers, in our opinion than to the quality of the roads
We didn't notice since we didn't rent a car. A liter diesel is a bit less than € 0,60.
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On average we paid € 0,70 in Marrakech for a cup of coffee (up to € 4 in the luxurious hotel Mamounia) and between € 1 and € 4 (average€ 2) for a small beer (Flag Special), if it was available
Compared to Holland: -1 hour in winter, -2 hours during summertime
Spend a few afternoons and evenings on the Jemaa el Fna square. There are some nice restaurants with a roof garden for a good view on the square; wandering through the souks is another must. Concerning places of interest we liked Jardin Majorelle best, a colourful and quiet osasis in this busy city.
Trust the cabdrivers and put your faith in their hands; traffic may seem chaotic but there are very few accidents in the town

 

Beach Tangiers
Beach bar, Mediterranean coast
For decades, between 1920 and the late 1950s, Tangier was a playground for adventure-seekers and the rich and famous, attracting all those seeking a tax haven or a mystic destination, from authors to artists and spies to aristocrats. Regular visitors included the likes of Truman Capote and Tennessee Williams, and Woolworth heiress Barbara Hutton. When Spain relinquished Tangier back to Morocco in 1960, its duty-free status went with it, and the city lost a great deal of its flair. Tourism is slowly increasing once more, though: visitors succumbing to the city's proximity to Europe are discovering that its decayed grandeur still has much to offer; from its palm-treed promenade and sandy beach to the old town section, and its outlying villages and resorts. Seasoned Moroccan visitors, however, warn that it is best not to take on Tangier until you are acclimatised to the rest of the country, and to be vigilant as regards safety after dark. Despite its fall from glory, a stylish cafe society has once again begun to build up in modern day Tangier's boulevards, and the merchants in the medina (old quarter) are doing good trade with tourists exploring its maze of narrow streets, all of which are within sight of the Spanish coast across the straits of Gibraltar.

 

 

 

 

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