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Ceuta to Algeciras Ferry

The Ceuta Algeciras ferry route connects Spain with Spain and is currently operated by 4 ferry companies. Trasmediterranea operate their crossing up to 5 times per day, Balearia 9 times per day, FRS 8 times per day & the FRS service is available up to 4 times per day.

There are a combined 26 sailings available per day on the Ceuta Algeciras crossing between Spain and Spain and with 4 ferry companies on offer it is advisable to compare all to make sure you get the best fare at the time that you want to travel.

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Ceuta Algeciras Ferry reviews

  • "Great crossing. Payment systems lacking. "

    Overall this was a very good experience and I would recommend Transmefiteranea. The crossing was good, the facilities on board excellent and very comfortable. Disembarkation was efficient and quick. My only problem was with the booking. The company’s payment system rejected four separate credit cards even though all were valid, and the staff member at the gate was quite abrupt with us, insinuating we had no funds. We immediately pulled out of the queue and booked on Line where the card was immediately accepted and when we returned to the gate to get our boarding cards the same staff member said it was all our fault that their system rejected our cards. Not a warm welcome at all.

    'Milenium Dos' travelled on Milenium Dos

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  • "Good cross"

    Ship arrived on time, not busy, big nice ship with comfy seats and nice deck. Loved it!

    'Jaume I' travelled on Jaume I

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  • "Trip to Algeciras"

    It was good the company punctusl and the ship clean

    'Avemar Dos' travelled on Avemar Dos

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  • "Very good service "

    I will recommend this service..

    'Milenium Dos' travelled on Milenium Dos

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Ceuta Guide

The Spanish autonomous city of Ceuta is located on the north coast of Africa and shares a border with Morocco. The city is separated from Spain by the Strait of Gibralta and is located along the boundary between the Mediterranean Sea and the Atlantic Ocean.

Visitor attractions in the city include the Royal Walls which are a system of coastal defences and the Mediterranean Maritime Park which covers an area of some 56,000 sq. m and is home to two salt water lakes, solariums and gardens. In the middle of the park there is a castle which was inspired by the city walls of Ceuta. The park also contains a casino, restaurant and nightclub with a marina located alongside the park.

The city's port receives a large number of ferries each day, mostly from Algeciras in Andalucia in the south of Spain. There is a bus service throughout the city which does not pass into neighbouring Morocco.

Algeciras Guide

The Spanish port city of Algeciras is located in the south of the country and lies on the shores of the Bay of Gibralta. The city has a long maritime history but today is a modern and cosmopolitan city that is aided by its important position between two continents (Europe and Africa) and its large port. The first settlement on the site of the present city was the Roman town of Iulia Traducta, from the 1st century AD. Later in 711, Tarik founded Al-Yazirat-al-Hadra (Green Island) on the Roma ruins.

There are a number of popular visitor attractions and important monuments at Plaza Alta in the city, including the Parochial Church of Nuestra Senora de la Palma and the small Chapel of Nuestra Senora de Europa. The city's architecture is quite lovely and good examples include the City Hall, the Market Place, the Chapel of Santo Cristo de la Alameda and the Chapel of San Anton.

The city's port is located around 20 km to the north east of Tarifa on the Rio de la Miel, Europe's most southerly river. Visitors travelling out of the port should keep an eye open for wales and dolphins which can sometimes be seen in the waters outside the port.

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