Centre de Loisirs Scientifiques, Tipasa,
Tipasa is a coastal town west of the capital.
The city is characterized by an admirable landscape marked by the presence of the sea, the reliefs of Chenoua and Dahra.
Like other cities in the Mediterranean basin, Tipasa was a Roman city in the Roman province of Mauretania Cesarean section.
It has many vestiges of the ancient Punic and Roman city, listed as World Heritage by Unesco.
The Phoenicians founded a trading post there in the 5th century BC. It is from this origin that the city takes its name, which means "place of passage", or "stopover".
With its archaeological treasures and the originality of its landscapes, the city of Tipasa is characterized by a strong influx of tourists.
In fact, the coast stretches over 123 km dotted with numerous beaches, bays and coves. Tourism is an undeniable asset for the local development of the wilaya.
In addition, this local authority has a sizeable agricultural area with high potential.
Tipasa aspires today to become a Smart City designed by its potential and its citizens.