Drinking & Nightlife
Given Tangier's hedonistic past, it’s no surprise that the drinking scene here is firmly entrenched in Tanjaoui culture. It’s equally unsurprising that bars are principally the domain of men, although there are a few more-Westernised places where women can have a drink. Many only get going after midnight.
Tangier’s clubbing scene picks up in the summer, when Europeans arrive on the ferries. Discos cluster near Place de France and line the beach, appealing to a wide range of clientele, from grey-haired couples to sex tourists. Cover charges vary and may be rolled into drink prices. If leaving late, have the doorman call a taxi.