We made our way to Tangier after having been in Iceland for a few months. Hunter studied abroad in Morocco back in college and Sarah had never been before but had always wanted to go so we thought why not now?
We didn’t stay here during our trip but we would highly recommend it! We decided to spend our last day here relaxing and going to the Hamam. It was a little more of a touristy Hammam but it was amazing. As long as you are okay with someonw scrubbing all your dead skin off of you then you should definitely do this! It was so worth it.
It is a two minute walk from Salon Bleu in the Kasbah so it's fun to check out both of these places in the same day.
There is so much culture everywhere you look. It is on the coast of Morocco and Spain is just a short 45 minute ferry ride away. We love Morocco, the culture is rich, the people are incredibly hospitable and the food is something else.
Le Salon Bleu - This quaint little place was set in the Kasbah of Tangier. We went there every day just to enjoy their mint tea and incredible views from atop their terrace. As soon as we stepped into this little white and blue gem we felt so welcomed and at ease.
Cafe A L’ Anglaise - This small little place is in the Kasbah and serves up some really delicious food. It is owned by the sweetest woman who has her two daughters helping her. They were all so sweet and welcoming.
Asilah is just a 30 minute drive from Tangier. We took a taxi and it only cost us two bucks. Trust us when we say it was so worth it!
Try to catch the sunset as well! It was so incredible!