March 2023 / March 2024
Detailed day by day description
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TRANSFER from the airport, if you have it included or purchasing. Our transfer will be waiting for you with a poster on behalf of VPT or its name to the output of the custom (after collecting your luggage).
Remember to inform us by phone if you lost your connection flight or expected delay of their arrival, in your VOUCHER figure the phone of the transfer.
tangier crossing the strait of gibraltar. arrival
in morocco and guided panoramic tour to
know the surroundings of tangier, grottos de
hercules and cape spartel. free time for lunch.
possibility of an extra excursion to know all the
andalusian remains of the north of morocco.
dinner and accommodation.
atlas, towards fez. first stop in volubilis to visit
its roman ruins, the main road decumanus
máximo, which begins at the gate of tangier
and ends at the arc de triomphe of caracalla of
217 ad. it is paved and surrounded by spacious
and decorated houses. continuation to meknés,
one of the imperial cities that became the capital
of morocco under the reign of moulay ismail.
we will visit its medina, its el-hedim square and
its famous bab al mansour gate, probably the
most beautiful in morocco. in the afternoon,
arrival in fez , dinner and accommodation.
cities. fez is the intellectual and religious capital
of morocco. we will start with a panoramic tour
from the hotel to visit the royal palace and its
7 gates or dar al-makhzen on the way to the
fascinating world of the medina of fez el bali,
the oldest and most extensive in morocco, a
unesco world heritage site with 785 mosques
and more than 2,000 squares, streets
and alleys that represent a labyrinthine return in
time. from bab boujloud to es-seffarine square
we will make a journey through the centuries
starting in the 9th century to the 19th century,
along the walk we will know how these alleys
are structured, the different constructions that
make up the walls of the medina, in addition
from its artisan guilds and neighborhoods such as leather tanners or seamstresses to see their
old ways of working. we will know a medersa
and we will finish to the sound of the hammer
of the potters working the copper as they did
hundreds of years ago. lunch in a typical
restaurant and free afternoon. we recommend
taking an optional excursion to explore the
medina and see the handicraft and carpet tour
for those interested in learning about their art or
to visit chaouen or chefchaouen, one of the
most beautiful towns in morocco. upon arrival
we will walk through its whitewashed streets, its
corners and history until we reach the outta el
hammam square, where we will have free time.
this town was founded in 1471 to protect itself
from the invasion of the portuguese, until moors
and jews settled after the spanish reconquest
in medieval times. it was during the spanish
protectorate when the spanish army definitely
occupied the city until the north of morocco
became independent around 1958. arrival in
tetuan in the afternoon. dinner and accommodation.
after the reconquest, tetuan served as the
main contact between morocco and andalusia,
highly appreciable in its practically intact architecture.
we will visit places of interest such as
the moulay el mehdi square and the spanish
example until the hassan ii square, where the
royal palace is located. continuation through
the luneta and the jewish quarter and we will
finish through its medina, a world heritage site
by unesco until the entrance of bab okla.
continuation to tangier to take the ferry back to
spain, assistance from our staff and transfer to
the costa del sol. end of services.