The Chorok Tarfaya Commercial and Services Facility centre is located at less than 4 kilometres from Tarfaya. The city of Tarfaya, known in the early days as Bens village, is a port of Morocco located at 100 kilometres at the north of El Aaiún, close to the border with the Western Sahara and in front of the Canary Islands (98 kilometres from Fuerteventura). Tarfaya belongs to the El Aaiún-Bojador-Sakia El Hamra region, which extends over an area of almost 140.000m2.
The city of Tarfaya, due to its geostrategic location connecting Europe with Africa and the American continent and the numerous fiscal measures put in place, attracts national and international investors in search of new business opportunities. Tarfaya and the Kingdom of Morocco work with the intention of reaching out to investors, trying to facilitate their task with numerous tax advantages, such as the total exemption from taxes (both on companies and on income).
Less than 100 kilometres from the coast of Fuerteventura, the city of Tarfaya is emerging as the perfect logistics gateway to Morocco and all Africa and will become the exchange and trade platform of the entire El Aaiún region.
The Chorok Tarfaya Commercial and Services Facility Centre is located on the unique road that connects Morocco with Mauritania and the south countries of Africa (Mali, Senegal, etc.): The Pan-African highway.
- Fuerteventura – Tarfaya = 98 kilometres
- El Aaiún – Tarfaya = 105 kilometres
- 2h30 by boat between Fuerteventura and Tarfaya
- 45 minutes by plane between Las Palmas and El Aaiún