How to get to Nador in Morocco from Southern Spain
What is Nador like
The city was founded by the Berber Civilisation and then ruled by the Phoenicians, the Romans and the Arabs. The city is a popular meeting place for expatriate Moroccans who go to the city to meet their relatives and therefore are an important source of income for the city. Nador does not offer lots of tourist sights, but it is a popular destination for people who wish to take in its traditional Riffian or Berber atmosphere and experience the authentic culture of Northern Africa.
The People in Nador
Where to stay in Nador
Hotel Mercure Nador - 4 Star
Hotel Mercure Nador features 56 charming air conditioned rooms and lots of activities - like:
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Things to do in Nador
Cape of The Three Fourches is one of the most gorgeous sites in Nador. You can enjoy breathtaking sea views from the cliffs and from the beautiful beach, you have access to the crystal clear water, where many people come to dive.
The cape is a large mountainous mass of raised land of stretching into the Mediterranean Sea. A lighthouse is located in the North end of the cape.
The Spanish exclave of Melilla is on the eastern side of the peninsula - between The cape and Nador.
Melilla is a Spanish autonomous city located on the north coast of Africa, sharing a border with Morocco.
Melilla la Vieja is the name of a large fortress which stands immediately to the north of the port in Melilla, one of Spain's Plazas de soberanía on the north African coast
Make your own research of the area by search terms like "what to do in Nador" or "what is Melilla like".
Smooth sailing to Nador in Morocco!