Ceuta, named the gateway to Europe, has long been the reason for the Spanish-Moroccan conflict. Finally won by Spain, Ceuta remains on Moroccan lands.

You’ll hear a mixture of Moroccan and Spanish dialects, languages melting together where religions co-exist. The city has much to offer visitors thanks to its diverse origins. Each of its Roman, Christian, Latin and Muslim civilisations has left its mark, making Ceuta a true ethnic and religious patchwork.

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