Old Casbah district, close to museums, the souk and the sea.
- 100% refund if you cancel at least 30 days before check-in.
- 50% refund (minus the service fee) if you cancel at least 14 days before check-in.
- No refund if you cancel less than 14 days before check-in.
Damage and incidentals
You will be responsible for any damage to the rental property caused by you or your party during your stay.
Children allowed - Pas adapté aux enfants de moins de deux ans.Pas adapté aux enfants de moins de deux ans.
Max guests: 6 - No guests sleeping onsofasNo guests sleeping onsofas
Minimum age of primary renter: 2
- 6 Gas bottles for central heating full on arrival, to be replaced by guests when empty.
We'd been before and couldn't wait to come back
Joelle's house is the perfect introduction to Morocco, clean, comfortable, quiet, and full of charming local colour. We'd been before and were literally able to walk straight off the boat and up the hill to the kasbah to find the house again (almost) immediately. After a couple of nights there we were ready to go and explore the rest of the country. We hope to be back again.
Plym and Tony
Thank you so much for your kind words. I am so glad you like the house and we could make your stay in Tangier a pleasant one again. Please, do come back again.
What a fantastic stay in Tangier. Joelle's home was very spacious and the shower accommodations were exceptionally good. Views of the city were beautiful from the Terrence.
When we experienced trouble lighting the stove, and found it was out of gas, she was very quick and helpful in getting it fixed.
Experience the heart of the Kasbah
The house was an integral part of the experience of being in the Kasbah in Tangier. We arrived by boat and took a taxi to the El Morocco. It was 10 euro, probably too much. Call Amal to meet you. Otherwise you will not find the house. As advertised, it is multiple levels plus the roof top balcony. It is a mental challenge to remember where one has left things. The apartment, including the kitchen, is well equipped. We ate about half our meals in and the other half out. We were probably not fully prepared for as cold as it was, but that is Tangier in October. You will get many offers to show you the market, etc., but the location of the house makes guides unnecessary. Just go to the Kasbah Rose (which you will see on the way to the house), jog left, and go down the stairs. At the bottom, go left on Rue Kasbah in front of the bakery. It is a steep hill, but doable. At the bottom, the park is on the right, and the streets on the left lead into the market (sook). Across from the park on your left, is the Bab Al Madina, a sort of Moroccan fast food place. It is eat in or take out (we did both). The food is excellent and cheap. They also have an outstanding bakery. Watch which way you are going in the sook so you can find your way out. We had no problems. Different streets tend to specialize in different things, such as clothes, food, etc. We found little inclination to bargain on the part of the merchants, but it does not hurt to try. Socialize and be friendly. For day trips (and other taxi rides), Amal has a taxi driver friend Ali who is wonderful. He speaks excellent English, is friendly, and is quite knowledgeable about the history of the area. We hired him for a day to go to Asilah and thoroughly enjoyed him and the trip. For provisions, there are no supermarkets, but there are numerous small shops scattered throughout the neighborhood. They tend to specialize in only a few items, so you may need to look around. You can find about everything in the sook, but you have to then carry things up the hill (or get a taxi). We also ate at the El Morocco (get reservations) and the Cafe Bleu. Both were good. In terms of money, the small merchants want cash. The restaurants were about 50-50 for taking credit cards or requiring cash. Some will take euros. There are several banks along the Rue Kasbah with ATMs, so getting cash is not a problem. Great place. Have fun!
What a detailed rendering of your stay in Tangier! I am glad you enjoyed it. I’ll use your description of how to get to the souk in the future.
Hope you come again! Repeat renters get 10% off.
We absolutely loved the house
We were only in Tangiers for two days - wish we could have stayed longer. The house is in a perfect place for exploring the kasbah and the medina and is very comfortable and beautifully furnished. We had a wonderful meal provided one night and were able to eat breakfast on the terrace in the sun.
Thank you Plym for your kind review. I am glad you liked the house and hope you will come back soon.
Sea: 0.1 km
Shops: 50 m
Town center: 50 m
Tangier is located in the north of Morocco, facing Spain from which it is separated by the Strait of Gibraltar and distant about fifteen kilometers. The city is made up of several hills which overlook the Mediterranean and Atlantic seas. It is surrounded by two headlands between which is the port of Tangier, place of arrival of ferries from Europe and a small fishing port.
The view of Spain is spectacular and the sunset unforgettable.
There are many beaches including the large beach of the Bay of Tangier at a fifteen-minute walk and the beaches outside the city a few kilometers towards the Mediterranean to the east or the Atlantic to the west accessible by car.
Arriving in Tangier is to immerse yourself in a world of colors and captivating scents. The beauty of the city overlooking the bay and the two seas make it an unforgettable and fascinating city.
The kindness of Moroccans and the mild but invigorating climate at pleasant temperatures even in the height of summer complete this picture.
We never forget Tangier. It has attracted you and retained more than one for centuries.
There are many restaurants as well of local cuisine as of other countries, reflecting the international character of the city. The Casbah museum, recently renovated, contains treasures of ancient Moroccan art.
The medina offers shopping as varied and colorful as it is abundant, and the fish and fruit and vegetable markets abound in fresh products, including those brought by Berber women from their mountains.
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