Tangier - Hotels & Holidays

Despite a wave of development, Tangier still retains the raffish charm it enjoyed as an International Zone from 1912 to 1956. Its radiant light, picturesque medina and fine views over the straights of Gibraltar have attracted artists and writers from Matisse to Paul Bowles and the Beat poets. Read more

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Hotel El Minzah Tangier Morocco
7 nights from £ 831 per person Based on 2 adults including Breakfast with flights from London and transfers   info

Of all the hotels in Tangiers, El Minzah is without a doubt the most sumptuous and elegant.

Khanfous Retreat, Asilah, Tangier, Morocco
7 nights from £ 219 per person Based on 2 adults including Breakfast and dinner as part of a multi centre holiday (no flights or transfers included)   info

Rural village life in this 3-room guest house set between rolling green hills and the sandy Rada Beach

Hotel Le Mirage, Cap Spartel, Tangier
7 nights from £ 1,002 per person Based on 2 adults including Room Only with flights from London and transfers   info

Stunning location outside Tangier on a cliff with view across the straits of Gibraltar.

Hotel Nord-Pinus Tangier Morocco
7 nights from £ 1,057 per person Based on 2 adults including Breakfast with flights from London and transfers   info

Beautiful riad situated above Tangier at the highest poing of the Kasbah with views of the Atlantic and Mediterranean.  Wonderful decor in the true spirit of elegant Tangier.

Riad Tanga Tangier Morocco
7 nights from £ 581 per person Based on 2 adults including Breakfast with flights from London and transfers   info

Well located riad with easy access to the areas you will want to visit when in Tangier.

Villa Josephine, Tangier, Morocco
7 nights from £ 1,853 per person Based on 2 adults including Breakfast with flights from London and transfers   info

A 10 room "country house" hotel with pool and tropical garden

Yacht Cruises, Tangier, Morocco
8 nights from £ 5,400 per person Excluding flights and transfers   info

Cruise including Tangier, Gibraltar and Seville, 9 days and shorter trips available

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Tangier has a mythology all of its own. In part, this is derived from its strategic position on the edge of the Mediterranean. But mostly it comes from being a jumping off point for oddballs, eccentrics and migrants. It is neither Europe nor Africa, but somewhere in between. With the recent upsurge in trade and tourism, Tangier’s faded hotels, corniche and beach area are seeing a new lease of life. The Grand Socco, the entrance to the medina, is a great place to take stock of the city’s charms – and its characters.


The coastline around Tangier is being rapidly developed, with huge resorts springing up on the Mediterranean side. However, you can make an interesting day trip to the Hispanic enclave of Ceuta, a vestige of the Spanish empire complete with tapas and churches. To the west of Tangier, on the north-western tip of Africa, Cap Spartel is a great vantage point to sit and stare at the Atlantic. In the Roman times (and indeed until the voyages of exploration of the 15th century) this point, near the site of the fabled Pillars of Hercules, marked the limits of geographical knowledge. Outside, there was ne plus ultra: nothing further beyond.