Bata lies on the Atlantic Ocean coast of Rio Munia, and the town is a transport hub and port, from which ferries sail to Malabo and Douala and is a charming colonial town with many attractions and plenty of restaurants, bars and hotels.

Transformed during the last decade, there’s still plenty of traditional Africa to be seen, including small markets selling African clothing, arts and crafts, fruit and fish. Go for a stroll on Bomé beach near the city centre where many locals go on weekends.

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