Morocco - Mediterranean Morocco

Melilla, an autonomous Spanish city on the Moroccan coast, has its central economy rooted in cross-border commerce. Its population is divided between Spanish Christians and Berber Muslims, giving it a healthy multicultural atmosphere.

Melilla’s tourist infrastructure is excellent, with ferry-loads of visitors pouring into the region during summer. In the low season, you’ll have plenty of room to relax and enjoy the scenery.

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