Algeciras The Essential
Algeciras has always been one of the most important ports on the Iberian peninsula and enjoyed its greatest period of splendour under Moorish rule. In the 18C, it counterbalanced British domination in the straits and in 1906 European forces carved up their spheres of influence in Morocco. Today, Algeciras is the major passenger port in Spain. Although it lacks any monuments of note, it is a pleasant town with a lively atmosphere.

Must see

Michelin's recommendations for Algeciras
Market
Market
Situated on Plaza Palma. This concrete
15 minutes
Plaza Alta
Plaza Alta
This square is the emblematic courtyard
15 minutes
Algeciras Museo Municipal
Algeciras Museo Municipal
This museum is in a large house in the
60 minutes
Baños Meriníes
Baños Meriníes
In 1999, the town hall moved to the last
15 minutes