Trasmediterranea is huge ferry operator operating a vast network of ferry routes linking the Spanish Peninsula with the Balearic Islands, the Canary Islands, the autonomous cities of Ceuta and Melilla as well as Morocco and Algeria in North Africa.
Whilst high speed ships are used for the shorter trips where speed and convenience is the objective of the journey, on longer journeys, Trasmediterranea ferries are equipped to provide the highest levels of comfort so that their passengers find the journey an attractive part of their holiday.
Founded in 1917, Trasmediterranea is the main ferry company in Spain and one of the largest in Europe with numerous ships connecting their various destinations throughout the year. Trasmediterranea was acquired by Acciona in 2002, one of Spain’s largest corporations.
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The ship was on time leaving and arriving. The cabin was very comfortable. The facilities were good and the staff friendly and helpful. A positive experience.
'Anonymous' travelled with Trasmediterranea on Juan J SisterRead More Read Less
Generally good, though on the slow and expensive side.
'Iain Michael' travelled with Trasmediterranea on ZurbaranRead More Read Less
"Algeciras to Tanger Med"
Another good crossing with this company
'Mark' travelled with Trasmediterranea on Las Palmas de Gran CanariaRead More Read Less
"barcelona > Ibiza > Barcalona"
The entrance to the ferry port in Barcelona was not easy to find. A small entrance with a flag made things even more unclear. We drove by three times which was odd as I travel quite regularly with many ferries from here. Outward trip was fine. Food and drinks are not too expensive. Cabin as well, as you would expect. Return trip; again, we had to search for the port Entrance. The signs in the several languages arent very clear. Furthermore, 1 port in Eivissa is run by 2 operators. The offices are not clearly separated. There was a storm on the way back and my wife lay asleep, miserable like a tamed bird in a cage because was sea sick but she got better when we arrived at the port. This ferry was better than the others, so, recommended.
'Arjan' travelled with Trasmediterranea on Juan J SisterRead More Read Less