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Dear Sirs, I want to tell you that the service at the Melilla-port (on-board cards checking) should be improved, with me 2 tickets did not print, so I have a bit of stress with the entry into the ship. otherwise everything was fine. With best regardsRead More Read Less
'Ciudad Autonoma Melilla' travelled on Ciudad Autonoma MelillaRead More Read Less
I went from Melilla to Malaga with the ship and it was just great. Through online booking, I could handle standing in line and was able to pull me from the vending machine by the booking code my tickets myself. Among the ride was very pleasant because we were lucky with the calm sea. The ride went quickly and would book it again on this page. The only thing that was a pity that the movie and the subtitles were in Spanish, but oh well: DRead More Read Less
the cabin was very clean and the restaurant was decent. I'll do it again.
'Juan J Sister' travelled on Juan J SisterRead More Read Less
The Spanish administered city of Melilla is located on the north west African coast and shares a border with Morocco. The city lies across the sea from the Spanish provinces of Granada and Almeria and is next to the Alboran Sea. With an area of around 12 sq. km it is one of two permanently inhabited Spanish administered cities on the continent of Africa, the other being Ceuta. The closest city in Morocco to Melilla is Nador and the Moroccan settlement of Beni Ansar lies immediately to the south. Radiating out in a semicircle around the beach and port of Melilla is the city itself and is on the eastern side of the peninsular of Cape Tres Forcas, at the bottom of Mount Gurugu and at the mouth of the Rio de Oro.
The city's port offers passenger ferry connections to Almeria and Malaga on the Spanish mainland. The passenger and cargo route between Europe and Morocco use the ferry links to Melilla. As a result, the port and associated business form an important source of income for the city.
The city od Malaga lies on the southern coast of Spain and is the main resort on the Costa del Sol, in the Andalusia region of the country, and is home to some of the best beaches in the region. Perhaps the most popular tourist attraction in the city is the Bahia de Malaga, which is the picturesque Bay of Malaga, where boat tours can be taken and is also where you will find many restaurants. Also popular in the city's Old Town is the Plaza de la Merced which is a great place to stroll through and to relax in one of the cafes and bars in the area and the Jardin Botanico Historico La Concepcion which is a botanic garden that has many examples of exotic plants and is situated on the outskirts of the city. Malaga is also home to a number of other parks where many tropical plants and palm trees can be found. Some that are worth visiting include Parque de la Naturaleza Selwo, Parque de El Retiro and Paseo del Parque.