Tangier Shore excursions Morocco

Tangier Shore excursions MoroccoTangier Shore excursions Morocco

LailaTour and private excursions has established itself as the leading provider of ground services in Morocco to the international cruise lines visiting Tangier, Ceuta, Agadir and Casablanca Ports. Using only the best available Vehicles and private guides0 LailaTour can provide you with a comprehensive variety of full and half day tours at all ports throughout the Kingdom of Morocco.

You can make your selection from our general sightseeing, special interest, eco and exclusive private tours.

For those who wish to learn more about the tourist venues available at the various Moroccan ports, please feel free to write to LailaTour and we'll get back to you with Private Excursions itineraries and Prices.

Constant research and customer feed back allows LailaTour guarantee that all guests will enjoy their shore experience with us.

Let us know the ports and dates of your calls in Morocco and we will be happy to meet your requests.

Tangier’s a bustling port on one of the world’s most important waterways. Known as the White City, the first thing you’ll notice about the place is the jumble of white houses that huddle around the port – that and the skyline of Christian spires and Muslim minarets which hint to its fascinating past.

This trip kicks off with a drive along the city’s sun-blessed sandy beach as you make your way to the caves of Hercules. Considered a symbol of Tangier, these natural caves are bound in myth and legend. In fact, it’s believed Hercules slept here before attempting one of his 12 labours. Your next stop is the lighthouse at Cap Spartel on the extreme north promontory of Africa.

On a clear day, you can see the extraordinary meeting point of the Atlantic Ocean and the Mediterranean Sea. Then it’s time to head back to Tangier for a visit to the Kasbah, the fortified citadel within the old town. You’ll also see Mendoubia park, the vibrant fruit and vegetable market and the city’s throbbing heart, the Grand Socco, a huge marketplace that echoes with the shouts of haggling merchants. Of course, in company of your private guide, no visit would be complete without a walking tour through the Medina, a labyrinth of tiny streets crammed with shops at the Petit Socco.