Situated in north-western Morocco, the region of Tangier-Tétouan has the Atlantic Ocean as its western border, with the Mediterranean Sea and Spain to its north. The population of the region is close to 2.5 million and has Tangier as its capital city.

The region of Tangier-Tetouan covers 11,570 square kilometers of land. It encompasses the provinces of Larache and Chefchaouen, and the prefectures of Fahs Anjra, Tangier-Assilah and Tetouan.

Visitors to the main tourist city of Tangier will find that the destination is rich in history spanning back to the 5th Century BC. It has become a modern city with world-class hotels and a variety of new developments. Tourists can explore the American Legation Museum and Dar El oued Makhazen, or join in the festivities of events such as Tanjazz.

Also worth visiting in the Tangier-Tetouan region is the city of Tetouan. The medina has been declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site and there are several other fine attractions to explore. You may also wish to take time to visit the town of Chefchaouen in the Rif Mountains. Or you could spend some of your vacation in the harbor town of Larache. Wherever you choose to go in the Tangier-Tetouan region, you are sure to have a satisfying holiday.



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