This small gallery just off the Petit Socco shows local mixed media artists and has a collection of books and clothing.
Across the Grand Socco from the Cinema Rif is this large park full of strolling couples and children playing football. The Mendoubia...
Old Spanish Church
Mother Teresa's Missionaries of Charity, a handful of Indian, French and Spanish nuns, work from the Old Spanish Church in the medina....
Nord Pinus Tanger
On the top floor of this kasbah guesthouse is a bar and terrace, with fabulous views across to Spain. Sip a cocktail in the retro-chic...
Le Salon Bleu
Light, bright and seabreezy, this relaxed tearoom and restaurant owned by Dar Nour offers good, simple food in a spectacular setting...
Pl de la Kasbah · interesting places nearby
Kasbah Museum information
This museum is perfectly sited in Dar el-Makhzen, the former sultan’s palace (where Portuguese and British governors also lived). The focus is on the history of the area from prehistoric times to the 19th century. Placards are in French and Arabic. Some highlights are pre-Roman tools; a sculpture with scenes of a bacchanalian feast; some 16th-century jewellery; an extraordinary floor mosaic from Volubilis; and a fascinating wall map of trade routes past and present. Before you leave, don’t miss the exotic Sultan’s Garden off the main courtyard, opposite the entrance. The museum is outside the medina – follow the perimeter all the way to the western end, to the highest part of the city, enter the Porte de la Kasbah, and follow the road to the museum.