Explore interesting sights in Ceuta, Spain. Click on a marker on the map to view details about it. Underneath is an overview of the sights with images. A total of 5 sights are available in Ceuta, Spain.Sightseeing Tours in Ceuta
1. Parque Marítimo del Mediterráneo
The Parque Marítimo del Mediterráneo is a leisure complex covering 55,000 m2 located in the autonomous Spanish city of Ceuta, bordering northern Morocco. It consists of three artificial lakes of salt water, filtered directly from the sea. These are suitable for swimming during the summer months. The park also contains gardens, ornamental waterfalls, sunbathing areas, a stage for concerts and shows and various entertainment establishments such as bars, restaurants, pubs, a casino, and a nightclub, etc. It was designed by the versatile Lanzarote-born artist César Manrique and inaugurated in 1995, nearly three years after his death. It has similarities with Parque Marítimo César Manrique in Puerto de la Cruz, Tenerife, designed by the same architect two decades earlier. In the centre of the complex is a unique building, as it mimics the Royal Walls of Ceuta and the moat of San Felipe. This building houses the casino, a nightclub and a restaurant. The park also has a permanent exhibition about its creator, Manrique.
2. Museo del Revellín
The Museum of Ceuta also known as Museum of the Ravelin, is a museum located in Ceuta, Spain. It is based in the former Pabellón Militar del Cuartel del Revellín, and has a collection of archaeological pieces from the region of the Strait of Gibraltar from the Ancient Age to the Early Modern Age, although it currently holds only temporary exhibitions, while the museum of the Late Roman Basilica of Ceuta acts as a permanent exhibition from Prehistory to the Middle Ages.
3. Parroquia De San Francisco
Iglesia de San Francisco is a church in the Spanish city of Ceuta, bordering northern Morocco. It stands at the side of the Plaza de los Reyes, and is a distinctive Baroque twin-towered yellow building. It was built in the early eighteenth century in honour of the Holy Cross and is noted for its Baroque altarpieces and images of the Virgin and Christ.
4. Monumento al Llano Amarillo
Monumento del Llano Amarillo is a monument in the Spanish territory of Ceuta, in the North of Africa, at the bottom of Mount Hacho. The fifteen metre monument was moved here from Morocco in 1962 and it is one of the few sculptures left that record Spain's period of Nationalism following the Spanish Civil War.
5. Casa de los Dragones
House of the Dragons is an important landmark in the Spanish exclave of Ceuta on the north coast of Africa, and an extraordinary example of eclectic architecture. The house is on a corner of Kings Square.
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