Take advantage of our private Ceuta Walking Tour to get to know the best of the city. You cannot miss this fantastic walking tour with your own private official tour guide for you and your party.
Ceuta is a Spanish autonomous on the north coast of Africa. Bordered by Morocco, it lies along the boundary between the Mediterranean Sea and the Atlantic Ocean.
It was part of province of Cádiz until March 1995. Since then, the Statutes of Autonomy approved for both Ceuta and Melilla. Enjoy our private Ceuta Walking Tour for a unique experience.
Ceuta, like Melilla and the Canary Islands, it is classified as a free port before Spain joined the European Union. Its population consists of Christians, Muslims and small minorities of Sephardic Jews and ethnic Sindhi Hindus.
The official language of Ceuta is Spanish. Since the population is also Moroccan, 40-50% of the population speaks Darija Arabic.
Points of Interest & Landmarks
The itinerary is created to suit you. There are places you cannot miss in Ceuta. For example the Royal Walls and Navigable Trench. The walls of Ceuta were built during different periods. The oldest part at the end of the 10th century and the most modern part of the 18th century.
Continue to visit the Assumption Cathedral. The current Cathedral of Ceuta was built on the remains of a mosque, a legacy from the time of Arab domination.
Walking along the Camoens promenade reach to the “Plaza de los Reyes”. Have a view at a white-fronted house in which dragons occupy its balconies and terraces. This is the wonderful Dragon’s House.
The next stop will be Ceuta Casino. It is located in the beautiful natural environment of the city’s Maritime Park. It is surrounded by swimming pools and lush vegetation.
Finally you will walk through the “Paseo de las Palmeras”. This extends from the “Plaza de Africa” in the vicinity of the Puente del Cristo to the “Plaza de la Constitución”. You will admire the amazing view that this coastal walk offers.