Here’s a perfect plan to do when visiting Ceuta. This private 8-hour tour to Tetouan with private driver is perfect for you. Our private Shore Excursion To Tetouan from Ceuta is a perfect choice.
Tetouan is a city in northern Morocco, located near the Mediterranean Sea. It is the city with the most Andalusian features in Morocco and it is sometimes known by the nickname “The white dove”.
The ride to Tetouan is for approximately fifty minutes. It is located at 39.5 km from Ceuta. You will have a nice drive through the countryside of Tetouan where you can stop on the way for pictures if they would like to.
Take this opportunity to get to know Morocco on this day trip from the cruise port in Ceuta. Get to personalize your own experience for this Shore Excursion To Tetouan from Ceuta. Don’t miss the most important sights and monument of this tour.
Points of Interest & Landmarks
The private tour will start with the pick-up in Ceuta Cruise Port.
After fifty minutes ride, you will reach the amazing city of Tetouan. Here your official tour guide will be waiting for you anxious to start showing you all the most important and emblematic places of the city.
You will start the tour with a visit of the old city which is considered international heritage by UNESCO. You will explore farmer markets (Berber markets of fruits, vegetables, spices and others). Have time to also walk through various workshops , tanners, gold smith, silversmith and you will stop at the King Palace.
Continue with the visit the Mellah Jewish quarter of Tetouan. Here visit multiple arched narrow streets forming a kind of maze or labyrinth inside the Medina. This has a distinct architecture, during this walking tour you will have commentaries about history, culture of the city.
Enjoy the best of the city including;
– Wander the Ancient Medina. Rebuilt by the end of the 15th century by refugees from the Reconquista. Reconquest of Spain, completed by the fall of Granada in 1492. When the Andalusian Moors first reared the walls and then filled the enclosure with houses.
– Archaeological Museum, was constructed in 1943. Its exhibits are dedicated to the fascinating prehistoric and the pre-Islamic times of Morocco.
– Local Arts & Crafts, If you are an art lover than Tetouan is somewhere you must go. While many cities in the country have moved towards creating artisan goods for a mass market. Tetouan stays true to the traditional Moroccan craft ways that have been used for centuries
– and much more!