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 c

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  • El Parque marítimo del Mediterráneo es un complejo de ocio de unos 55.000 m² situado en la ciudad autónoma de Ceuta. Consta de tres lagos artificiales de agua salada, filtrada directamente desde el mar. Estos son aptos para el baño durante los meses de primavera-verano (Abril-Septiembre). Contiene jardines, cascadas ornamentales, zonas para tomar el sol, un escenario donde se realizan conciertos y espectáculos y varios establecimientos de ocio (bares, restaurantes, pubs, un casino, una discoteca, etc) Fue diseñado por el artista César Manrique, nacido en Lanzarote e inaugurado en 1995, casi tres años después de la muerte de este. Fue proyectado y se construyó bajo la dirección de los Ingenieros de Caminos Juan Alfredo Amigó Bethencourt y José Luis Olcina Alemany. Es una obra similar al Lago Martiánez, situado en Puerto de la Cruz, Tenerife, en las Islas Canarias, diseñado también por César Manrique y proyectado y dirigidas sus obras por los mismos Ingenieros Amigó y Olcina, dos décadas antes que el Parque del Mediterráneo. En el centro del complejo se encuentra un edificio singular, ya que imita a las Murallas Reales de Ceuta y a su foso de San Felipe. Este edificio alberga el casino, una discoteca y un restaurante. (es)
  • 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. (en)
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  • El Parque marítimo del Mediterráneo es un complejo de ocio de unos 55.000 m² situado en la ciudad autónoma de Ceuta. Consta de tres lagos artificiales de agua salada, filtrada directamente desde el mar. Estos son aptos para el baño durante los meses de primavera-verano (Abril-Septiembre). Contiene jardines, cascadas ornamentales, zonas para tomar el sol, un escenario donde se realizan conciertos y espectáculos y varios establecimientos de ocio (bares, restaurantes, pubs, un casino, una discoteca, etc) (es)
  • 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 c (en)
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