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Ferries to Morocco

Morocco is a sovereign country in North Africa with coastlines on both the Atlantic Ocean and Mediterranean Sea. Bordered by Western Sahara and Algeria, it sits directly south of Spain, across the Strait of Gibraltar.

Divided into 7 regions, Morocco spans from a glorious Mediterranean coast along the north, through a mountainous centre, to sweeping Saharan desert in the south. This sheer diversity of landscapes makes it a traveller’s dream, while the population of 32 million is famed for its hospitality to foreigners, often inviting tourists for mint tea.

The soaring peaks of High Atlas are the tallest in North Africa, known by locals as Idraren Draren, or Mountains of Mountains, stretching almost 1000km diagonally across the heart of the country. Dissected by north flowing rivers, winter sports can be enjoyed from September to May in Oukaimeden, as can scenic treks from spring /to autumn. Besides High Atlas, the Rif Mountains encompass the northern tip of Morocco, scattered with idyllic towns like Tetouan, with its Spanish colonial buildings, and Chefchaouen, famed for its pastel-blue old quarter, also known as a medina.

Embracing the future but holding strong traditions, Morocco is almost entirely inhabited by a mix of Arabs and Berbers. Perfectly reflecting this outlook is Marrakech, the third largest city lying near the foothills of the snowy Atlas Mountains. The historical medina district is criss-crossed with narrow passageways and local markets, emitting a quintessentially Moroccan hustle and bustle, while the other half of the city contains modern restaurants and high-end brand shops. Medinas are found throughout the country: in Fez; one of the oldest and largest medieval cities on earth, and Casablanca; a modern, high-flying city featuring the third biggest Mosque in the world.

Considered a gateway to Africa, Morocco is the most visited country on the continent, receiving approximately 10 million tourists each year. This is reflected in the quality and quantity of ferry crossings from around Europe. The most popular routes embark from southern Spain, given the proximity, while long-haul sailings are available from across the Mediterranean Sea.

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Morocco reviews

  • "Dog"

    It was perfect to be able to take my dog out of the kennel whenever I needed to and was thankful for the kindness of the staff!

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  • "Good cabins"

    The cabins in this ship are really spacious and as it was a smooth crossing we both slept very well which was great because we were driving the whole day once we got to the port.

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  • "Very good for families"

    This boat is great for children. It was great to see that they were entertained at all times in a secure environment, making it easier for us to plan what we were going to do on our holiday. The restaurant has a wide choice of food for families too.

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  • "Pool!"

    Absolutely recommend travelling on a ferry with swimming pool!Restaurant had reasonable prices too.

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