Almeria Ferries


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Almeria Routes

Special Offers

Book a ferry to Almeria with AFerry. You can use Almeria to take ferries around Spain and also to Algeria and Morocco. Domestic services in Spain are available from Almeria to Melilla while ferries away from Spain sail to Ghazaouet, Nador and Oran.

Almeria Ferry Companies

Ferries to and from Almeria are operated by Balearia, Naviera Armas and Trasmediterranea. Because 3 ferry companies operate in and out of Almeria, comparing can be very useful to help you find the best price at the best time for you. When you search for a ferry to Almeria, we will always show a range of times just in case it's cheaper earlier or later than the time you select. We'll also show you results for similar ports like Malaga and Motril to help you find the best times and prices to suit your plans.

Almeria ferries with Balearia, Naviera Armas and Trasmediterranea are known for their comfort and high levels of service, and you will feel like your holiday has begun the moment you step on board. Travelling to Almeria will be easy and hassle free. Start by making your booking today, it's quick and easy.

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About Almeria

Almeria ferry port is just off one of the biggest motorways in Spain and offers regular sailings to North Africa. Therefore, it is no surprise that it is the ferry port of choice for people wanting to go to Algeria or Morocco with Trasmediterranea ferries, which you can book through AFerry. This is a popular port for Moroccan nationals living throughout Western Europe to go home for the summer and catch up with friends and relatives. It's also more convenient for people travelling from Spain to Algeria than other ports on offer.

The name Almeria comes from the Arabic Al-Mariyat, which means "The Mirror of the Sea". Almeria city itself is a pleasant and largely modern city and offers a relaxing holiday destination and has a wealth of history to offer. Almeria offers a good selection of art galleries, museums and shops.

Ferries to and from Ameria

Trasmediterranea's modern air conditioned ships are designed so that passengers feel their journey is a part of their holiday. On board their ships, in addition to a range of cabins and seating, you will find swimming pools in the summer months, bars, restaurants, cinemas and even discos.

Almeria Port

Home of the famous Alcabaza fortress, Almeria is a famous historical port that has been used as a bridge between North Africa and southern Europe for over 1,000 years. Today, you can still book ferries on this historic route through AFerry.

Almeria port facilities

There is a large undercover waiting and sorting area for cars, which should prevent you from overheating. There is a terminal building open 24/7, which includes a restaurant, café and small shop. Around the main building, there are a few other restaurants and a small supermarket. Hot and weary travellers may like to know that there are also showers available.

Getting to Almeria

Almeria is conveniently located just off the main Mediterranean costal route. Therefore, you can access the port from the A7 or the toll road AP-7. This offers easy access from Barcelona. If you are coming from Madrid, take the A4 south and cut across to the A7 via the A44 and A92.

Almeria Map

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Port Addresses


Puerto de Almeria, 04002, Spain

Naviera Armas

Puerto de Almeria, 04002, Spain


Est. Marítima s/n, C.P. 04002, Spain


  • 17 Aug 2019
    Melilla to Almeria with Car
    • Cabin was new and clean, very slow trip, 8 hours, I am sure it can be done quicker. Bar was nice ...... It is just so expensive with a car and cabin. ..... Too much ...230.00 euros, i person and a car. Richard Dear

      Review by RICHARD JAMES DEAR

  • 28 Oct 2014
    Visa ran out on my UK car (Morocco)
    • Ferry is an old crate, cabin was clean but old, not many Spanish on board, mainly Moroccans travelling, they just lay about all over the boat, stairs, passageways... anywhere really, having massive picnics on the floor, and you have to step over them just to get by, really funny, but got on your goat after a while. Boat was a little late arriving in Almeria. Bar drinks and food were ok. Really expensive ticket for what it is. It got me from A to B, but it was not a great experience.

      Review by Richard Dear

  • 18 Oct 2013
    Getting my car from Saidia Morocco to Mainland Spain
    • Check in was easy and fast - the boat was very old and rusty, cabin was clean but very basic, food on board was very average, however the bars hot sandwiches were nice - manly Moroccan travellers "making camps all over the boat" heading from Morocco to mainland Europe. left at 13.00- arrived at 19.30 in Almeria - Expensive for what you got! Try Nador to Almeria .... however it got me from A to B !

      Review by Richard Dear

  • 29 Sep 2013
    I am absolutely disgusted
    • I must say I am absolutely disgusted with the level of service received at Nador ferry port and the handling of the entire delay, There was no communication with the passengers and I have had to pay a large amount of money to travel back to my country of residence (UK).

      Review by Bissam Charkani EL Hassani

  • 29 Oct 2011
    Saidia - Almeria - Oct 2011
    • I have done this trip many times. passport control a nightmare, but you get used to the Morccan way !! boat ok, bunk clean, bar and staff ok, left a little late, arrived a little late. It did the job for me. No frills. £90 one way including cabin

      Review by Richard Dear

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