Situated on Morocco’s northern coast, Tangier has a fascinating and rich history. The diverse mix of cultures have greatly influenced its development and growth transforming it from being an impoverished and neglected city, to a very modern city where Mediterranean chic meets ancient Arab style.

Despite being a Mediterranean climate, Tangier can have surprisingly high levels of rainfall for North Africa, especially during March and April. The long hot summers of 26-28°C during the day and 17-18°C at night make Tangier’s main attractions and beaches buzzing with tourists. Summer fades slowly with September being a very warm month. In october and November the temperature falls noticeably making the winter months relatively quiet.