Tourist Places to Visit in Tsevie, Maritime, Togo, West Africa, Africa

Tourist Places to Visit in Tsevie, Maritime, Togo, West Africa, Africa

Tsevie is a city belonging to the Maritime Region in the western African country Togo. It is well known as a trading town and it is also noted as an important palm oil processing area in the country. Tsevie is geographically positioned between 6°26′ N latitude and 1°13′ E longitude, around 32 km north of Lome, the capital and largest city of Togo. Tsevie is also a point, where the highways from Tabligbo and Lome interconnect each other. Ewe people form the majority of Tsevie’s population.


Accessing Tsevie:

Due to its geographical position near the national capital, Lome, reaching Tsevie would not be a difficult task for visitors. The country’s only operating airport, Lomé-Tokoin Airport is situated around 35 km south of Tsevie. The airport handles flights from/to from Casablanca, Brussels, Cotonou, Ouagadougou, Paris, Monrovia, N’Djamena, Niamey and Ouagadougou.

Tsevie is linked to the cities of Notsé, Atakpamé, Blitta and Lome by both railway and bus services. There are many travel agencies in the town, from whom rental cars can be taken for local travel.


Food and shopping in Tsevie:

Tsevie itself houses both traditional and modern shops and restaurants. Visitors can also reach the nearby Lome, where all sorts of shops, restaurants and entertainment centres can be found. The country’s most popular traditional market, Lomé Grand Marketa, is located around 35 km from Tsevie.

Here are some nice restaurants in Lome (around 35 km from Tsevie):

  • Grand Muraille
  • La Route des Vins
  • Coco Beach Togo
  • Restaurant Le Mercure


What to do in Tsevie?

  • Walking
  • Shopping
  • Visiting market


What to see in Tsevie?


Market of Tsevie:

Tsevie’s market is one of the highlights of the town, where one can experience the real experience of Togo’s shopping. Products range from traditional handicraft products to costumes.


Lake Togo:

Located around 40 km southeast of Tsevie, the Lake Togo is one of the prominent water sport points in Togo. The lake itself is charming and its surrounding environment too.



Aneho is a beach town on the coastline of the Gulf of Guinea, around 50 km southeast of Tsevie. The town offers a wide range of manmade and natural tourist destinations for visitors like enthralling beaches, churches like Aneho Peter and Paul Church and Aneho Protestant Church and traditional markets.



Capital of Togo, Lome is a city with many recognized tourist attractions such as Lomé Grand Marketa, the University of Lomé and Togo National Museum. Tsevie is located around 30 km from Tsevie, can be reached by both railway and roadway.


List of other places of interest in and around Tsevie includes:

  • Beaches of Lome
  • Lomé Cathedral
  • Lome Grand Market
  • Hotel du 2 Fevrier
  • Togo National Museum
  • University of Lomé
  • Lomé-Tokoin Airport
  • La Madingue
  • Palais du Congrès
  • Village Artisanal
  • Le Mandingue Jazz Club
  • Musee International du Golfe de Guinee


Best time to visit Tsevie:

The tour of Tsevie can be enjoyed best between the months of November and February.


Where to stay in Tsevie?

Tsevie houses some modernized hotels but number is small. Tourists can also reach the nearby city and the capital Lome for more upgraded accommodation centres. Buses regularly ply between Tsevie and Lome. The prominent hotels in Tsevie and Lome (around 30 km) are as follows:

  • Hotel Zio
  • Mercure Lome Sarakawa
  • Hotel Napoleon Lagune
  • Hotel Cocobeach
  • Hotel Cote Sud
  • Hotel Sancta Maria
  • Hotel Eda Oba
  • Hotel Bellevue
  • Paradise Hotel
  • Hotel Belle-vue
  • 2 Fevrier Sofitel Hotel
  • Residence Hoteliere Oceane
  • Ibis Lome Centre

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