Cadiz Ferries

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Cadiz Ferries - Prices from £319

Book a ferry to Cadiz with AFerry. Ferries to Cadiz, in Spain, are available from Lanzarote, Tenerife and the Canary Islands. You can take a ferry to Cadiz from Arrecife, Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Puerto del Rosario, Santa Cruz de la Palma and Santa Cruz de Tenerife.

Cadiz Ferry Companies

Ferries to and from Cadiz are operated by Trasmediterranea. When you search for a ferry to Cadiz, 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 Huelva to help you find the best times and prices to suit your plans.

Cadiz ferries with 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 Cadiz will be easy and hassle free. Start by making your booking today, it's quick and easy.

Cadiz Routes

About Cadiz

Cadiz is located in South-West Spain, on a peninsula protruding into the Bay of Cadiz, part of much larger Gulf of Cadiz. Its strategic location has played a significant part in the city's history, commerce, and culture. From Cadiz Ferry Port you can get a ferry to Arrecife, Las Palmas, Santa Cruz de la Palma and Santa Cruz de Tenerife. You can book ferries from Spain to the Canary Islands through AFerry

Cadiz is a typically Andalusian city with a wealth of attractive vistas and well-preserved historical landmarks. The city is full of beautiful parks where exotic plants flourish.

Ferries to and from Cadiz

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.

Cadiz port facilities

There are regular buses that stop directly outside the port gates that will take you into the main city.

Getting to Cadiz

Cadiz is just off the A4, which gives it great links from Madrid, Seville and Cordoba. If you are travelling from Barcelona and the North you can also use the N340. The Taglo train also runs twice a day from the centre of Madrid, giving a fast and efficient way of travelling to Cadiz.

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Reviews

  • 26 Apr 2018
    Arrecife to Cadiz with Trasmediterranea
    • Fantastic

      Review by FILIP SHTEREV

  • 28 Feb 2018
    Return trip
    • After hearing a lot of horror stories about this boat I would have to say it was a lot better than I expected

      Review by RICHARD PENFOLD

  • 30 Apr 2017
    Leisurely
    • A very relaxing way to travel with a car from Tenerife. I recommend it if you have the time. The food on the ship is included in the fare which is not made clear and is excellent. The ships time is Canadian time and not Spanish time which is not made clear. You can get off the ship and visit the town at its stop in Gran Canaria which is also not made clear. Do not expect the crew to speak fluent English because they don't. I thoroughly enjoyed the trip.

      Review by JOHN

  • 02 May 2012
    Facilities need attention
    • Our outside cabin was adequate and comfortable. The food and menu could have been better in the Al a Carte restaurant. Outside seating was very limited and quite a few deck chairs were unsafe and damaged.

      Review by Richard HEAL

  • 07 Apr 2012
    More information needed for passengers
    • The check in is not easy, you have to go to the terminal before the one you board at to check in, near Fred Olsen office. This information would be helpful on the booking form. There is no information as to what time arrival would be at each port of call nor how long the stop would be. Just an announcement on the tannoy that the ship has arrived at whatever port. We arrived at Cadiz 5 hrs earlier than the time stated on the reservation and were forced to clear out of the cabin in a hurry with no time for breakfast. More information about the route, and arrival times with leaving times would help. There are three island stops on this route. As would correct arrival time at final destination when booking. Our booking stated arrival at Cadiz to be 12:30 p.m. and we arrived at 7:30 a.m. Another problem we found was that all times for meals, leaving and arriving were in Tenerife time. This leaves you not sure what times you need to be at Cadiz for leaving or arriving. Basically, there is a lack of information all around. The whole journey is tedious and boring, take plenty of reading matter or other things to do. There is no entertainment on board other than television near the bar or in the seats near the self serve canteen, in Spanish, sometimes with English sub titles.

      Review by John Sayer