Tizi Ouzou is a province in Algeria, named after its capital.
Tizi Ouzou is a city in Kabylia, Algeria, where it ranks second it population after Béjaïa. It is the capital and largest city of Tizi Ouzou Province and of Great Kabylia (Grande Kabylie, which is the western part of Kabylia). Larbaa Nath Irathen is a town in the middle of Kabylie, Algeria formerly known as Fort National. It had population of 28,000 in 2001. Azazga is a small town in Kabylia, northen Algeria. It's the district seat of the so-named daira. Tigzirt is a small town on the coast of northeast Algeria in Tizi Ouzou Province. It has a sleepy demeanor and attracts only a small number of tourists. The ruins of a Christian religion basilica from the 5th century or 6th century are there, situated in the middle of Tigzirt. The town site was inhabited in the prehistoric era and the trading port of Iomnium was built during the Roman Empire. The beach is only average in its appeal, as it is stony. It is sheltered and tucked beneath the hills which separate it from Tizi-Ouzou. A local tourist office is open in the summer months and there are lodging quarters at the Hotel el Awres on main street. A few kilometers to the east is located the more upscale Hotel Mizrana.