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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 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.
Estación Marítima Muelle Alfonso XIII, s/n, C.P. 11006, Spain
26 Apr 2019it is just a Trip from A to B
The Beds is old and not good at all, need new Matters, we pay for internet , but is not good at all , the food Staff , they need to be friendly not like a soldiers in a Camp , we are guests, they are very hard some time reg the Food. but they are hard working too
Review by Anon
27 Apr 2018Arrecife to Cadiz with Trasmediterranea
Review by FILIP SHTEREV
01 Mar 2018Return 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
01 May 2017Leisurely
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
03 May 2012Facilities 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