Unmissable tourist sites
Melilla Travel guide
Melilla : Michelin's recommendations
Melilla is accessed from Nador via a wide road running along a lagoon in an otherwise dull landscape. The town is a Spanish enclave in Morocco and is located at the base of a long peninsula dotted with jagged hills. Melilla is a busy but peaceful town, almost exclusively European in feel, with an elegant centre characterised by wide avenues. Marshland and orchards surround the town to the west and south.
Tourist attractions Melilla : Things to see and do
E - 52001 Melilla
Built on a rocky peninsula surrounded with fortifications dating back to the 16C and 17C, the old town overlooks the port. The Town Museum will interest those curious about civilisations. From the museum terrace, you can enjoy a panoramic view of the..
Candido Lobera, 16 E - 52001 Melilla
The Parador de Melilla sits on high ground with views over the city and nearby beaches. It offers a seasonal outdoor swimming pool and sun terrace set amongst gardens. The restaurant looks out to sea and serves traditional Andalusian cuisine, such a..
Pablo Vallesca 5 E - 52001 Melilla
Prix Prices from : 68 €
Hotel Rusadir is set near the marina and 800 metres from the beach, in central Melilla. It offers comfortable rooms with air conditioning and free Wi-Fi access. The hotel is just a short walk from the historic heart of Melilla. The city still has it..
Explanada San Lorenzo, S/N E - 52004 Melilla
Hotel Melilla Puerto is set by Melilla’s marina and has lovely views of the Mediterranean Sea. The hotel offers bright, air-conditioned rooms and free Wi-Fi in public areas. Melilla city centre is 100 metres away from this elegant hotel. Private par..