Apartment has an en-suite master bedroom with a generous king size bed. Dressing area has two wardrobes with built in drawers. En-suite bathroom has bath with shower, toilet, large sink, bidet and mirror. Second bedroom has 2 single beds with large built-in wardrobe and drawers. Bedside lamps and cabinets. Radios supplied in bedrooms. Second bathroom has toilet with hose, large sink, bath with shower. Washing machine in cupboard under boiler. Drying rack supplied. Kitchen is fully furnished with oven, 4 place ceramic hob, fridge, freezer, dishwasher, microwave oven, electric toaster, electric kettle, a full set of crockery, cutlery, pans and other equipment. Dining area seats 8 people. Salon: long Moroccan style sofa, rug, coffee table, low side table and desk. Salon, kitchen, both bedroom windows overlook superb view of the bay. Apartment finished to highest quality with furnishings in contemporary Moroccan style. Marble floors. This is a home, not a property bought to rent.
Prime Beach Location in Tangier: Ideally situated for the beach in Tangier for those who like to swim or fish. Children will love the sandy beach.
Walkers and runners will prize the promenade and the beach, extending the width of Tangier Bay.
Painters and photographers will fall in love with the quality of the light and the changing sea and skyscapes. Quiet location for those needing to concentrate, yet with facilities around if you need them.
Fine dining and casino at the 5 star Mövenpick Hotel at the eastern end of the bay. Enjoy a spa treatment at the Rif Hotel and Spa, a ten minute walk in the other direction.
Nightclubs, cafes and bars with world renowned performers also line the western end of the beach
Ramses Oriental Cabaret is just 5 minutes walk away .
Buy Pay-by-the-Day 3G internet from INWI to stay in touch with friends on the web. INWI Outlet at airport sells SIMs for 20 MAD (approx €1.80). 7 days' internet for 70 MAD (€6.30). Other rates available. FANTASTIC connection
Not JUST McDonalds, but also Kandinsky!: Cafés, sandwich bars, laiteries, salons de thé, ice cream parlours and restaurants serving plain basic Moroccan meals abound along the Route Malabata as you go west. Most cafés serve omelettes for breakfast.
Look for fine dining further into town, although the newly opened Panorama Café opposite with a prime location overlooking the bay serves a range of light dishes. Next door, virtually on the beach, you'll find Bio-Grill, an echo of Restaurant Populaire in the medina, serving a fixed 3 course menu of home cooked food at the relatively modest price of 200 dirhams.
Kandinsky, a little further along the boulevard, is one of the must-visit places in Tangier. The ice cream sundaes and crèpes just might defeat you. The waiters are charming and have character. They all speak a variety of languages. You can also pick up the pocket guide to Tangier at Kandinsky.
And yes, McDonalds is right opposite the apartment.
Places to visit: The Kasbah and the Medina, housing a warren of streets and markets of old Tangier, are star attractions. Unless you have an acute sense of direction, it might be good to pick up a guide the first time. Haggling is expected. Start at just under half the asking price, or even less, and see what happens.
Some shops do charge fixed price but this is usually shown as a notice in the window. Looking for something really authentic? Ask to go to the Bazar Phoenicien.
The American Legation Museum is well worth a visit.
You can walk to the Kasbah and the medina, but you will probably prefer to take a petit taxi, the small turquoise cabs with a yellow stripe along the side. Agree the price before you set off. In March 2011, I paid 40 dirhams for a trip from the apartment to the Kasbah.
Try to get out to Cap Spartel to catch some fresher air and see the Atlantic rolling in, while the grotto of Hercules has a distinctive opening. Enjoy baked sardines in one of the cafés on the terrace.