Crossing the Ceuta Border Ceuta is an enclave on the Mediterranean leftover from Spain’s colonization of Morocco. Ceuta is legally Spain, which is why those traveling from the mainland can take a ferry over for about forty euro. Those going to Ceuta from Morocco, however, have to cross the land border. Common issues The border is a source of stress in nearby cities like Tetouan, and Martil and M’diq, which are smaller. This is because the people who are allowed to enter Spain vary from day to day. As the first rule, only the card-carrying residents of Tetouan can...Read More
Author: Teresa Lynn Hasan-Kerr
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