🇩🇿 Tipaza is the capital of the Tipaza Province, Algeria. When it was part of the Roman Empire, it was called Tipasa. The modern town was founded in 1857, and is chiefly remarkable for its ancient ruins and sandy littoral. The town and its surroundings is home to the largest Berber-speaking group of western Algeria, the Chenoua people.
Tipasa has a population of over 25,220 people. Tipasa also forms part of the wider Tipaza Province which has a population of over 617,661 people. For the location of Tipasa see: Tipaza.