Update: Oct 22, 2012
Property id: 3155
Property href: http://www.holidayrentalweb.com/morocco/home103421460.html
Property type: Apartment
Minimal price per week: $
By renting this apartment the tenant should pay 1st month rent +2 month security deposit, refundable at the end of the contract + 300 euro rental fee.
Located in Residence Miriam, Tangier, Morocco, this fully furnished 1 bedroom apartment is well proportioned and offers a great time spent in pure comfort for as low as 1165 EUR per month.
This spacious apartment is 112 m2 , and so has plenty of space for singles, couples or small families. The building is just 10 years old and has never been rented before.
It is fully furnished with a roomy salon, living room and dinning room, as well as a full kitchen, a modern bathroom and an inviting bedroom with an en suite bathroom with shower. There is also a lovely balcony for enjoying a cold drink on balmy nights.
There is full security at the front door, a consièrge and parking.
Tangier with its souks, traditional Moroccan cuisine and many historical and cultural attractions is the perfect destination for your Moroccan holiday. Tangier, also known as the White City, revolves around its state-of-the-art import and export port and you are sure to see many millionaire yachts on this stretch of Moroccan coastline where the Mediterranean Sea and Atlantic Ocean meet.
The beaches are a big attraction in Tangier with people enjoying camel rides, windsurfing, acrobatics and football. The beaches here have a number of beach bars that are only open in the summer. Most of the beaches offer showers, deck chairs, food and drink, and some provide cabarets at night.
Cuisine and Nightlife
Tangier's nightlife is not really something to get excited about, although there are a few good bars and discos and some of the cafés in Grand Socco Square stay open all night. If you're looking for a basic inexpensive restaurant or café you'll find what you're looking for in the Medina. If a fancy meal is more your style, then Ville Nouvelle is the place to be.
Tangier, like most Moroccan cities, consists of a Medina and a Ville Nouvelle that makes it very easy to move around. Grands taxis are allowed to carry up to six passengers; they are quick and efficient and are a good value for money. Petit taxis can be caught almost anywhere in town. They may not carry more than three passengers and are metered. Petit and Grands taxis increase their rates at fifty percent after 8pm at night. City buses are very useful; they operate between the airport, the train station, Grand Socco and the Caves of Hercules.