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Algiers to Alicante Ferry

The Algiers Alicante ferry route connects Algeria with Spain. Currently there is just the 1 ferry company operating this ferry service, Algerie Ferries. The crossing operates up to 3 times each week with sailing durations from around 13 hours.

Algiers Alicante sailing durations and frequency may vary from season to season so we’d advise doing a live check to get the most up to date information.

Algiers Guide

Algiers is the capital city of Algeria and is situated on the Mediterranean coast. Found in the north-central area of the country, Algeria’s largest city sits on the west side of a Mediterranean bay. The North African country has a variety of beautiful landscapes, from stunning beaches with picturesque coastal towns, to the spectacular Sahara Desert, which makes up 85% of the country.

The French-African city boasts a large number of museums thanks to the rich history and diverse culture of the area and also has the nickname of ‘Alger la Blanch’ (Algiers the White) due to the stunning setting of gleaming white buildings rising from the sea. The local architecture is a standout feature with the Kasbah quarter containing a mix of squares, mosques and cathedrals from the Islamic and Roman Catholic influences which have gripped the city over different periods.

The Port of Algiers stretches ten miles across the Bay of Algiers and is arguably the most important seaport in North Africa. The port area itself has a number of attractions to keep you occupied while you wait for the ferry. There's a fascinating 17th Century Kasbah by the terminal, which was listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1992.

The terminal is easily accessible from transport links with Algiers Train Station just a short walk away and the N11, Rue d’Angkor linking the port to major road networks. The port runs ferries to Marseille in the south of France and Alicante in Spain, with a handful of long distance services a week.


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