Round Trip Transportation from Airport or Port to Hotel
You will be greeted at the Tangier Ibn Batouta Airport or at the Tanger-Med Port depending on your choice of arrival mode and transported by private car to La Tangerina hotel. At the end of this culinary adventure, after a farewell breakfast at La Tangerina, transfer to your next destination via Tangier’s airport or port. Or if you wish to go deeper, let Edible Destinations customize a tempting Moroccan extension to your journey. From the pretty blue village of Chefchaouen in the Rif Mountains to Morocco’s spiritual soul of medieval Fes…from the electric and chic Rose City of Marrakech to the storybook Sahara Desert and its starlit dunes and camels, the diverse options are yours to realize.
Welcome Dinner El Morocco Club
After checking into La Tangerina, soaking up its placid atmosphere and dream terrace view (with tea, a book, or a gaze as you like), it is time for your first bona fide Moroccan meal. Your welcome dinner will be at the inimitable “El Morocco Club” just a stroll away. Twin to the New York Jazz Club and the place to be for the US elite since 1931, el Morocco Club of Tangier is the legendary restaurant joining together luxury, cozy atmosphere, and gastronomy. Created by two expatriates who fell hard for Tangier’s charms (a recurrent theme, you’ll find), El Morocco Club offers an ambient restaurant, piano bar, and terrace with an undeniable “bygone colonial period” vibe and memorable (yes, “clubby”) decor. The owners invite you to experience excellent food and to explore a sophisticated Mediterranean cuisine, welding perfectly oriental and occidental culinary art. Among the offerings: roasted lamb with saffron-flavored barley couscous, carrots, and dates; sardines stuffed with chermoula (an outstanding Moroccan marinade for fish consisting of cilantro, cumin, parsley, paprika, garlic, lemon, and olive oil); and creamy risotto with squid, fresh peas, and cilantro. A bottle of Moroccan wine will accompany your meal. Conclude the evening with crème brûlée or pastilla (flaky pastry) scented with orange blossom and red berries.