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Parque Maritimo del Mediterraneo, Ceuta

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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.
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  • A site very nice and good to spend a nice day with friends or family. But honestly, I think it is overrated, the entry seems to me to be very expensive and I think that it could offer more entertainment options. I'll be back someday loose, but do not change it for the beach, at the end, and after all, it's free
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  • I really like the Marítimo del Mediterráneo Park. It has salt water. But sometimes the water is very dirty. They should change it more times in a week. They're not approaching the waterfall.
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  • If you seek a place in the are confused the sea, with the water of the own, enclosed in some forms circular / oval of edges blue. That is the Park of the Mediterranean, a majestic work of the without as Cesar Manrique. Place that apart from the appeal of huge salty pools, has a varied gastronomy, at prices for all budgets. We don't have to move out of Spain to find something great. Lovely place of day for the whole family and night to spend an unforgettable evening in the company of the couple or friends. You should certainly visit it.
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  • . A gorgeous Lido. You will have seen, perhaps, the Lagoon on Tenerife. This was designed by the same person, Manrique, and is even better. Wonderful warm water as it's shallow and heated by the sun; I was surprised to learn that some people found the water chilly. There are perfect islands with plants, flowers and trees. Relaxing chairs and sunshade, bars and restaurants. We ate extremely well in the restaurant, at a lower price than on the Costa del Sol We spent a whole day there, I would have spent a whole week.
  • Nice place .. the entrance around 5$... recommended
  • Beautiful, visit obliged.
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  • You can not go from Ceuta without walking by it or swim in the pools. VISIT OBLIGED. They are artificial lakes of salt water that change each week. Designed by Cesar Manrique.
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  • For my best pool q have visited without chemical additives clean sea water a quiet place to enjoy both single family and friends service of showers to exit as neat costume place restaurants bar for beverages in the pool in the end a great place that I recommend visitors to ceuta.
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