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Parque Maritimo del Mediterraneo

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Parque Maritimo del Mediterraneo

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Avenida Compania de Mar, 51001 Ceuta Spain
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2 Days North of Morocco from Algeciras
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2 Days North of Morocco from Algeciras

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Explore the highlights of northern Morocco on a 2-day tour from the Algeciras port in southern Spain. Visit the cities of Tétouan, Tangier, and Chefchaouen (the Blue City) with guides who take you to palaces, souks, medinas, and mosques in these authentic Moroccan cities. Your package includes round-trip ferry tickets, air-conditioned minibus, local guides in each destination, one night of hotel accommodation, and most meals.
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Sophie wrote a review Sep 2020
Gibraltar1 contribution
We came to Ceuta for a 2 night trip and were looking forward to visiting these fabulous looking pools! We got there and asked to buy tickets and were told it was full, when we asked if we could book for tomorrow we were told it was full then too. We then went on the website (link from trip advisor) and the domain is actually for sale. We spoke to the guy at our hotel and he said that you have to book about a week in advance to be able to get into the pools, which is ridiculous as there is no way for tourists to know this!! We found the proper web address on a poster outside the pools and you need a local ID number to book a place (about a week in advance). Of course the pandemic’s restrictions affected entry (half capacity), however this was run and coordinated appallingly - people can book a week before in case they fancy going then just not turn up but they’re ‘fully booked’ so you can’t enter... really bad display of hospitality towards tourists.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Tony36 wrote a review Oct 2019
Crowborough, United Kingdom984 contributions428 helpful votes
Wish we could have stayed. We'd read about it and thought it being a park it would be a good place to go and sit for a few minutes in the SHADE. The admission charge put us off, just as it was doing for several other innocent visitors who came to look in. No time for a swim! We could see how attractive the setting was and how busy it was on such a scorching hot day.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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jbm232017 wrote a review Sep 2019
Basingstoke, United Kingdom306 contributions95 helpful votes
What a great place! Just a few Euro’s to get in. Absolutely spotless, with stunning gardens and great pools. A good variety of food inside. The kids went and got pizza, while we enjoyed the Tapas restaurant! But be warned....... The water is absolutely freeeeeeezzzzing!..... But very refreshing!
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Date of experience: September 2019
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THE TRAVELLER wrote a review Jul 2019
Malaga, Spain9 447 contributions2 672 helpful votes
This is effectively the municipal swimming pool for Ceuta. It is surprisingly large and the water surprisingly cold ! Sea water pool. Showers available. Options for food and drink. Sun loungers and parasols available - extra small charge. Entrance fee €4 week days and €6 weekends. Very popular with families. Everything was spotlessly clean.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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Paulina M wrote a review Jun 2019
Warsaw, Poland47 contributions2 helpful votes
We really enjoyed our visit to the Parque Marítimo del Mediterráneo. It wasn’t crowded. Water was really cold and it was difficult to swim. I paid €6/person on Saturday.
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Date of experience: June 2019
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