Ceuta is an autonomous Spanish city located in North Africa, on the shores of the Mediterranean Sea on the northern border with Morocco. It extends over an area of 24 km2. A city with a unique personality, where Christians, Jews, Muslims and Hindus coexist, forming important communities. According to Greek mythology, Africa and Europe were linked by a mountain range, until Hercules, in his fight with Antaeus, struck with his mace and opened a gap known today as the Strait of Gibraltar. A city with beautiful urban beaches, a fabulous natural environment for active tourism, a gastronomic offer with a great variety of dishes, favored by its proximity to the sea and a great monumental and cultural attraction.

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