Melilla la Vieja
Cuevas del Conventico
These extensive and well-restored caves were used as a refuge during sieges, and pop out at a small beach below the cliffs. The guided...
Las Cuevas del Conventico
The Calle de la Concepción continues up to the baroque Iglesia de la Concepción and, just below it, the entrance to Las Cuevas del...
Aljibes de las Peñuelas
The small door across the courtyard leads into the cave-like, other-worldly cistern that is still flowing.
This café-bar on the pleasure-yacht harbour is an exceedingly pleasant place for a drink in the late afternoon, particularly on its wide...
A waterfront terrace, white tablecloths and cafe music make this classy spot a very pleasant place for a meal, or just a late afternoon...
Lonely Planet review
Perched over the Mediterranean, Melilla la Vieja is a prime example of the fortress strongholds that the Portuguese and (in this case) the Spaniards built along the Moroccan littoral during the 16th and 17th centuries. Much of it has been painstakingly restored in recent years.