Ceuta is one of the two regions that are located in Africa and are subordinate to the Spanish government. It lies on the African side of the Strait of Gibraltar and covers a peninsula of approximately 20 square kilometers . The best way to get here from the European part of Spain is by ferry.
Due to its location, it is a very interesting city that combines European, Spanish and typically African culture . The main attraction is the fortress that towers over the city and its imposing ramparts . Ceuta and Melila are the only places in Africa that are also part of the European Union, so you can get here without any additional visa.
If you are interested in history and you like places where different cultures mix, then you should visit Ceuta. A visit there will also be an excellent opportunity to experience African climates.