Al Hoceima ferry port in Morocco connects you with Motril in Spain with a choice of up to 2 ferry crossings per week. The duration of the Al Hoceima to Motril crossing is from 5 hours and the crossing is operated by Naviera Armas.
Taxis are very cheap in the town so it won’t cost too much to get around, though it’s possible to get around on foot to most places.
Al Hoceima marries modern Western ideas with the authentic traditions of Northern Africa; such is the proximity to Spain, the town adheres to the constant flow of tourism from its European neighbour, welcoming visitors into its relaxing cafes and deluxe hotels. Taking advantage of its spectacular landscape, the city has adapted to maximise its appeal to tourists – Quemado Beach is the most notable example – thousands per year descend on the beautiful beach laying adjacent to breathtaking mountainside.
Travellers of all ages choose to peruse the charming town of Al Hoceima – the promenade is decorated with fountains that form a natural path to the centre – solo travellers, families and couples stroll along amid the fine weather. The younger adrenaline junkies may be tempted by a popular spot for cliff jumping just along the shoreline, facilitating the opportunity to impress your friends as you plunge into the Mediterranean.
Al Hoceima is a city situated on the north coast of Morocco, bordering the Mediterranean Sea and resting at the northern tip of the Rif Mountains. The only ferry route departing the port is to Motril, providing the link between Europe and Africa.
Gare Maritime d'Al Hoceima, El Hoceima
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