A haven of peace with an absolutely beautiful view on a sea constantly changing. Both quiet and haunting.
8 roomsLiveable floor area : 120m²
Ground surface : 500m²
- View : Panoramic, unobscured, dominant, sea/ocean, fantastic sunset, nightlights
- Children welcome
- Setting : Natural, Tranquil
- Town centre at 10km
- Horse riding, Culture
- Exposure : South
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Enter through the front terrace and as soon as you walk in the door, you are already steeped in the atmosphere of the villa with the predominance of its view. Tangier has always been the destination of travelers and personalities including: Brian Jones, Tennessee Williams, Paul Bowles, Jack Kerouac, Barbara Hutton and many others. The legendary terraces on the roofs that invite you to relax, you can dive your gaze towards the gleam of the city, the garden of the Sultan and the Strait of Gibraltar. Gulls appear to be so close that you could reach them. Indispensable to visit when you come to Tangier.
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Located 14 km west of Tangier, the Cape Spartel and its lighthouse form a place of exceptional beauty where meets the Atlantic meets the Mediterranean: turquoise water; beach stretching 45 km long up to Asilah, South; magnificent sunsets. Attention to the strong currents however, swimming is not recommended here. South from the Cape you will find the legendary caves of Hercules, whose entry has the silhouette of a map of reversed Africa. These caves were used as a place of worship during the entire period from the Neolithic to antiquity. Cape Malabata is located 30 km to the East of Tangier. The road to access along the Bay of Tangier sees pine walls and tiny deserted coves up to the Spanish enclave of Ceuta. Asilah, facing the sea is a charming small town.
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Historically, the medina of Tangier has fascinated and inspired artists. Eugène Delacroix, Henri Matisse, Paul Bowles, Tennessee Williams, Jean Genet, the list is still long. All have succumbed to the charm of the Petit Socco square and the cafes, including the famous Tingis.