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Ceuta Ferries - Prices from £152

Book a ferry to Ceuta with AFerry. Domestic services in Spain are available from Ceuta to Algeciras.

Ceuta Ferry Companies

Ferries to and from Ceuta are operated by Balearia, FRS and Trasmediterranea. Because 3 ferry companies operate in and out of Ceuta, 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 Ceuta, 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 Tanger Med, Tanger Ville and Tanger to help you find the best times and prices to suit your plans.

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

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About Ceuta

The Spanish enclave of Ceuta proves a great way to catch a ferry from Morocco to Spain. It covers an area of approximately 28 km². Ceuta was a Carthaginian colony before iit was fortified by Caliph of Córdoba Abd al-Rahman III. In the early 15th century Ceuta was seized by the Portuguese and ceded to Spain in 1668.

Places of interest in Ceuta are the remains of the fourteenth century Arab walls, the fortress, the cathedral built on the site of a sixth century Christian temple, the Plaza de Africa in the heart of the city and several mosques.

Ceuta has a pleasant Mediterranean climate with an average temperature of 20° and an abundance of sunny days which makes it an ideal holiday destination the whole year round. As Ceuta is the point where the Mediterranean and the Atlantic come together, all kinds of watersports and beach recreation can be found here.

Ferries to and from Ceuta

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.

Balearia has a modern, impressive fleet of ferries and offers excellent service. Most of their ships offer a range of cabin and seating options, a bar/cafeteria, restaurant, TV and shops.

Book your Ceuta ferry today with AFerry. Simple and secure booking plus great prices year round.

Ceuta Port

Ceuta is a Spanish enclave on the northern tip of the Moroccan coast and the meeting point of two continents, two seas and four cultures - Christian, Muslim, Hebrew and Hindu, all living side-by-side in perfect harmony. Ferries from Ceuta, a Spanish enclave on the northern tip of the Moroccan coast, sail to Algeciras in Spain and can be booked through AFerry.

Ceuta Ferry Port Services

Ceuta Ferry Port offers a full range of services and facilities.

Ceuta Ferry Port Directions

Ceuta Ferry Port is easily reachable by car.

3 out of 5 stars based on 9 reviews

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  • 23 Jul 2014
    Fast Travel
    • When we were on board the ferry trip was pretty fast and easy.

      Review by Anon

  • 01 Jul 2014
    Lesure one day trip
    • Lesure one day trip to Ceuta .

      Review by Anon

  • 03 May 2014
    Very nice
    • The ferry was punctual, views awesome. Only thing I didn't like was no terrace outside, only sitting inside. But rest of the things was very good.

      Review by Alex So

  • 16 Jul 2013
    Tourist
    • It was a very fast and comfortable journey. The weather was fine and both Ceuta and Gibraltar were seen perfrctly.

      Review by Zbigniew Matysiewicz

  • 21 May 2013
    It will get you there
    • Short crossing in well used ferry with very limited facilities with no outside access but with no hitches. I only wish getting the car through the Moroccan border could be so easy.

      Review by Anon