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Portugal Lisbon


Spain Portimão Huelva


Gibraltar Tangier


Málaga Gibraltar Ceuta Morocco TANGIER, MOROCCO Must see tourist attractions


• Medina and Casbah (10 minutes) • American Legation (15 minutes) • Caves of Hercules (20 minutes by bus) • Chefchaouen (2.5 hours by bus) • Tetouan (1 hour by bus)


Tangier is registered since a long time in the world’s imagination as city of exchanges, cosmopolitan and mysterious. Gate of the Mediterranean Sea, gate of Africa, it has a unique and ideally located site at the western entrance to the Strait of Gibraltar. Known as the International city in the past, it is also one of the oldest Mediterranean cities, and it still keeps the traces of civilizations and cultures who have marked its history: Phoenicians, Romans, Carthaginian, Byzantine, Vandals, Arabs, … Tangier was and still a famous destination of artists, singers, writers, European and American diplomats, and spies. The best way of discovering Tangier is by visiting the old town (medina) and its Casbah, enclosed by 15th century ramparts: a distillation of the essential ingredients that make up the history of this mythical, cosmopolitan and unique city: The Grand Socco, the Anglican St Andrew’s Church, Sidi Bouabid Mosque and the Mendoubia, the cafés of Petit Socco, Dar Baroud, the Jewish cemetery, the Casbah Museum, the American Legation Museum, the tomb of Ibn Battouta, the caves of Hercules, …


Its region has also a set of undeniable touristic resources. Tourists have the privilege of enjoying the amazing Atlantic Ocean and the Mediterranean beaches as well as doing sport or visiting the authentic villages perched on the Rif Mountains and the vestiges of the old Phoenician or Roman cities: Chefchaouen, Tetouan, Asilah, Larache, … Thanks to its strategic position, Tangier is also an inevitable passage for maritime lines operating between the Mediterranean Sea and the Atlantic Ocean and has excellent roads and rail connections with the other cities. This year, the first high-speed train in Africa will connect Tangier to the Morocco’s economic capital Casablanca for about two hours. Tangier Port reconversion: Designed in a way that one can live, work and distract, Tangier Port Conversion include cultural equipment, hotels, residences, offices, shopping areas, restaurants and night clubs. The main purpose of this Project is to position Tangier and its City Port (located in the heart of the city) as a Mediterranean leading cruise and yachting destination.


Motril Cartagena Valencia


T Castellón


Maximum ship dimensions for berth Length: 330mtr (by end 2018 360mtr) Width: no limitation Draught: 9.1mtr


Anchorage Available: yes Ship tenders allowed: yes Tugs available: yes Tidal movement/range: no restriction


Quays Total number of quays: 10 Total length of quays: 1,565mtr Quay depth: 10mtr Passenger terminals: yes


Distances/Transportation City centre: Port in centre of Tangier Airport: 14km (Tangier Ibn Battouta Airport) Railway station: 2.6km


Traffic Total cruise passengers 2016: 97,311 Total cruise calls 2016: 66 Total cruise lines 2016: 28 Turnaround port? no


Mailing Address Tangier City Port Management Company 50 av. Mohamed Tazi, Marchane 90000 Tangier Morocco


E marketing@tangerport.com Wwww.tangerport.com


Other Contact


Mohamed Ouanaya President and CEO


E ouanaya@tangerport.com P +212 5 39 332 332 F +212 5 39 332 333


Main Contact


Mohamed Maghazi Port Master and Operation Director


E mmaghazi@tangerport.com P +212 5 39 372 424 F +212 5 39 931 882 M+212 6 61 403 508


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