Ceuta, Spain Cruise Port
When cruising to Ceuta, Spain be ready for an interesting history lesson and for the perfect opportunity to relax in a beautiful park. Located along the coastline of Morocco and surrounded by the Mediterranean, Ceuta served as a coastal base for the Roman Empire and has been handed around many times where rulings by Carthage, Rome, Granada, Portugal and now Spain. Since 1580, Spain has ruled the area and now boasts a very easy going vibe and a great mix of cultures. On your cruise to Ceuta, Spain, be sure to check out the great architecture, unique foods, exciting museums and incredible nature walks that can be found all over the region. The cultural cuisine found here is something that can’t be enjoyed anywhere else because of the unique mix of cultures in the different dishes. Below, we have listed a few of our favorite things to do on your cruise to Ceuta, Spain:
Spend some time in the Mediterranean Maritime Park, home to solariums, salt-water lakes, gardens and areas for entertainment.
Visit the Our Lady of Africa Church, an ornate baroque church built in 1752 that honors the Virgin Mary.
Sample the local cuisine and try the fresh shellfish cooked in Moroccan style where you can try them in stews, fried or marinated.
Walk through the Desnarigado Castle Museum where you will find a collection of interesting military objects.