Reviewed 10 September 2013 by Chemlal
A very good crossing with the company
'Chemlal' travelled Almeria Nador with Trasmediterranea on Alcántara
"Point of view"
Reviewed 01 September 2013 by Redouane
The journey went well, but getting the tickets is difficult. There is too many people and not enough ticket offices.
'Redouane' travelled Almeria Nador with Trasmediterranea on Alcántara
Reviewed 29 August 2013 by Anonymous
Why doesn't the reception ask if we wish a cabin with a porthole? All the European receptionists are there to cater for passengers, whereas the Marocan receptionists thinks that the boat belongs to them.
'Anonymous' travelled Almeria Nador with Trasmediterranea on Alcántara
Reviewed 16 July 2013 by Hassan
I thought it was great: the reception was very good and the crossing went well.
'Hassan' travelled Almeria Nador with Trasmediterranea on Alcántara
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Almeria is the capital of the province of Almería in southeastern Spain. The name "Almería" stems from al-Meraya (Arabic, "the watchtower"), because of its magnificent Moorish castle, Alcazaba: among the Muslim fortresses of Andalusia, only Alhambra is larger. The city was founded by Abd ar-Rahman III of Cordoba in 955 as a principal harbor in his extensive domain, to strengthen his Mediterranean defenses against the Fatimid caliphate in Tunisia. In this period, the port city of Almería reached its historical peak, continuing, after the fragmentation of the Caliphate of Cordoba, under powerful local muslim taifa emirs like Jairan, the first independent Emir of Almería and Cartagena and Almotacin the poet emir, both fearless warriors but also patrons of the arts. A silk industry, based upon plantings of mulberry trees in the hot dry landscape supported Almería in the 11th century and made its strategic harbour an even more valuable prize.
Nador city, northeastern Morocco in the Rif.
The city is a Mediterranean port on the Bou Areg Lagoon and a trading centre for fish, fruits, and livestock. It is linked to the Spanish plaza (North African enclave) of Melilla, 10 kilometers north, by a semi-motorway.
The city is populated by Tarifit-Berber (Thamazight n Arif) speaking population of nearly 180,000 inhabitants. Near Nador there is the transmission site for long-wave and shortwave of Radio Medi. The aerial masts of Radio Medi for long-wave are approximately 380 metres high and belong to the tallest constructions in Afrique.
The economy of the city is based on fishery, agriculture and some industry. Nador is officially the Richest city in Morocco on the level of financial capacity due to money transfers of Nadori Moroccans living and working in Western Europe.