Algeciras has a strong Arab influence, and you can see many Arabic signs in the backstreets, with traditional Moroccan mint tea shops. It is not an exceptionally attractive city, but it has certain uniqueness. Algeciras has a genuine ambience and a real port feel. You can find several reasonably priced Algeciras hotels and restaurants, some of which offer an amazing view of the Rock of Gibraltar close by. If you have time, look for the relaxed parks and calm plazas lined with trees hidden from the hustle and bustle. Algeciras hotels are available in all budgets.
Algeciras is primarily an industrial hub and a port, extending towards one end of the Gibraltar Bay. It is home to an oil refinery and big deep water container dock. Most of the economic activities here are linked to the port. It is also the key embarkation place between Tangier and Spain. Algeciras hotels are teeming with business travellers all through the year. Algeciras has a significant fishing industry and it exports different agricultural produce like farm animals, cereals and tobacco. You can book Algeciras hotels online.