around 4 hours
Main Routes of Ferry From Spain to Morocco
|Tarifa – Tangier City||30 min – 1 hr||13 services per day|
|Algeciras – Tangier Med||1.5 hrs – 2.5 hrs||29 services per day|
|Algeciras – Ceuta||1 hr – 1.5 hrs||21 services per day|
|Gibraltar – Tangier Med||1.5 hrs||1 service per week|
|Malaga – Melilla||4 hrs||2 services per day|
The most common way of travelling to Morocco is going by ferry to Tangier. There are two regular routes: Algeciras – Tanger-Med Port ⎝ (one hour and a half by boat). This port is in Alcazarseguir, 50 kilometres away from Tangier and 30 from Ceuta.
Tangier is worth visiting for its varied history. Tangier has a lot of international influence as a result of colonisation by the Spanish, French, British and others. As Tangier was once considered an international zone, it is home to a unique cocktail of culture and architecture.
In truth, Morocco is a safe place to visit . There’s only really small crime there (scams and pickpockets) and you’re unlikely to be assaulted or seriously hurt as a tourist in the country. Morocco is super safe for tourists now.
Malaga , Spain Malaga is also known for its music. There’s an impossible selection of music bars and cafes here, and no shortage of night clubs either. You’ll find a great mix of electronic music and DJs, along with live music too; anything to suit your music taste buds.
around 6 hours
5 Answers. The closest point is Tarifa or Algeciras. From Tarifa you can see Africa ( Morocco ), but be aware it is quite a distance and you weill not see too much. This is a more convenient and less expensive option than travelling down to Gibraltar, Tarifa or Algeciras if you are staying in the Málaga area.
The quickest way to get from Gibraltar to Morocco is to car ferry and drive which costs $65 – $310 and takes 5h 5m. 6 дней назад
You must have a valid passport with at least one blank page. Visas are not required for visits lasting less than 90 days. Visit the Embassy of the Kingdom of Morocco website for the most current visa information.
there are no ferries from Portugal , but from Spain: Algeciras – Tanger, Tarifa – Tanger, Algeciras – Ceuta, Malaga – Melilla, Almeria – Melilla/Nador.
The ferry crossing from Algeciras to Ceuta is operated by 3 companies, both of which take roughly 1 hour. The prices for the FRS, Trasmediterranea and Balearia sailings are roughly 35 euros for a foot passenger, but you can take a vehicle too.
This channel (referred to as a strait) is called the Strait of Gibraltar. The Strait of Gibraltar has Spain and Gibraltar on the European side and Morocco and Ceuta on the African side.