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Compare ferries from Morocco to Gibraltar

There is currently just the 1 ferry route running between Morocco and Gibraltar operated by 1 ferry company – FRS. The Tangier Med to Gibraltar ferry crossing operates weekly with a scheduled sailing duration from about 1 hour 30 minutes.

Whilst we’ve taken great care to ensure the information on this page is correct, as the frequency and duration of crossings on all routes can vary from time to time we’d advise that you get a live quote for current availability on this Morocco Gibraltar crossing between Tangier Med and Gibraltar.

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About Morocco:

Morocco is a country in North Africa, south of Spain, with a coastline on both the North Atlantic Ocean and the Mediterranean Sea.

As one of the most diverse nations on the continent, it’s easy to see why Morocco has long been a popular holiday destination. The dunes of the Sahara Desert and the highest mountains in North Africa dominate the south, while a ruggedly beautiful coastline and lush plains lie to the north.

Spend your afternoon strolling through the Fez medina, the world’s largest living medieval Islamic city, or simply immerse yourself in the traditional Moroccan culture in a café drinking mint tea. Wherever you go, there will be something to grab your attention in this fascinating Arabic country.

Morocco is a great a departure point for a wide range of international destinations by ferry. It has a number of ports along its Mediterranean coastline, offering frequent sailings to popular cities in southern Europe.

About Gibraltar:

Gibraltar is a small British overseas territory located at the southern tip of the Iberian Peninsula, bordered by mainland Spain.

Strategically placed at the mouth of the Mediterranean Sea, Gibraltar was captured by Anglo-Dutch forces from Spain in 1704 and became an important navy base during World War II. Today, this 6.7 kilometre-squared region attracts a great number of visitors each year, with its main draws being the enormous ‘Rock’, pleasant climate and fascinating mix of English and Spanish culture. This is particularly evident when macaque monkeys scamper past red pillar boxes and classic British pubs, so have your camera at the ready.

The 5 kilometre-long limestone ridge is Gibraltar’s most famous attraction, reaching 426 metres high, offering sublime panoramic views of the peninsula, the African coastline and the Costa del Sol.

The gateway to Gibraltar is the large Moroccan port city of Tangier Med, with weekly sailings across the Strait of Gibraltar, usually lasting around 90 minutes.