Ferries to Morocco

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Ferries to Morocco - Prices from £161

Compare ferries to Morocco on the following routes:

  • Algeciras to Tanger Med
  • Almeria to Nador
  • Barcelona to Nador
  • Barcelona to Tanger Med
  • Genoa to Tanger Med
  • Motril to Al Hoceima
  • Motril to Nador
  • Motril to Tanger Med
  • Savona to Tanger Med
  • Sete to Nador
  • Sete to Tanger Med
  • Tarifa to Tanger Ville

The most popular route is Algeciras to Ceuta. The average price this month for this route is £49 for a car and two people each way.

Booking a ferry to Morocco is simple, easy and safe with AFerry, just use the booking form above to get a price.

Morocco Routes

How to book your ferry to Morocco

Booking a ferry to or from Morocco couldn't be easier with AFerry. You can either use the booking form at the top left of the page.

Vous pouvez également réserver un ferry vers le Maroc en français.


More about Morocco

Morocco is situated on North Africa's most westerly point, bordering Algeria and Mauritania. Morocco has a varied landscape, from sandy beaches to fertile plains to the impressive Atlas mountain range which runs through the centre of the country.

The markets of Morocco are worth a visit. It is expected that you haggle a wee bit for goods (the original asking price may be anything up to 50 times the actual expected price of any item). This is obviously fantastic news for any wannabe Apprentice candidates who are planning their holidays.

Also try a Hammam. Hammams are social steam baths that can be found throughout the country. They are considered by many to be an essential part of a trip to Morocco. Most Hammams are single sex.

Morocco Travel Guide

Morocco has experienced an influx of tourists in recent years; the sandy beaches and vibrant towns make Morocco a popular destination with visitors from all over the world, who flock to Morocco to experience the warm climate and rich culture that the country offers.

Say the word Morocco and you will often be greeted with a series of blank looks and puzzled expressions. Mention, however, the city of Casablanca, and you will be rewarded with nostalgic smiles as minds are cast back to one of the nation's favourite film. The mention of Marrakesh will remind people of exotic markets tinged with the sights and smells of the Arab world. The port of Tangier will remind people of the long queue of famous people who flocked to get a bit of the charm of this African nation, from Churchill to Jimmy Hendrix.

As you can see, Morocco is the place to go!

Rabat Mosque in Morocco
Rabat Mosque is just one of the beautifully decorated buildings that you can find in Morocco.

Travelling in Morocco

Trains are probably the best way to travel. They are fast (though this is a relative term), clean, comfortable and cheap - though not useful if, for some reason, you should want to go and visit a little village in the middle of no-where. A useful middle ground is to take a luxury coach, which connects place both large and small.

If you are really tempted with the spirit of adventure, you could try taking a local bus. However, it is suggested that you might not want to take this if you are in any way in a hurry: they will stop anywhere and everywhere. It is also suggested that you try not to look too much like a Westerner (at the very least this means wearing modest clothing) if you want to avoid attracting too much attention from over friendly locals.

It is suggested that you might not want to take the bus if you are in a hurry: it will stop anywhere and everywhere!

Cars are also a great way of seeing the country, though make sure to plan ahead: there's nothing worse than getting stranded miles away from the nearest petrol station, especially in a country where 35 centigrade is considered `mild'. Also drive with caution but confidently. Moroccans have a unique way of interpreting the rules of the road.

Morocco Market
Markets in Morocco are an unforgettable experience

Things to see in Morocco

There are more tours in Morocco than you could shake a stick at. Tours include everything from trips out into the desert to tours of ancient Moorish buildings which are adorned with colourful tiles. The markets of Morocco are also worth a visit. It is expected that you haggle a wee bit for goods (the original asking price may be anything up to 50 times the actual expected price of any item). This is obviously fantastic news for any wannabe Apprentice candidates who are planning their holidays.

It is expected that you haggle for goods - this is obviously fantastic news for any wannabe Apprentice candidates who are planning their holidays

Hammams are social steam baths that can be found throughout the country. They are considered by many to be an essential part of a trip to Morocco. Most Hammams are single sex. One thing to be aware of is that massages can be very intrusive by Western: relax and breathe deep. They are just massages and there is no expectation of anything else.

AFerry.co.uk offers the best way to find the cheapest ferry routes to Morocco with its easy to use booking form. Begin your holiday on a ferry and start relaxing straight away!

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Reviews

  • 25 Mar 2019
    Unusual and enjoyable
    • This ferry crossing was more like a proper voyage, although it was no cruise! The ship was spotless, and our cabin comfortable. The food was dull, unless you ate in the restaurant when it was better, but you were in a minority. There was little to do on board, for 48 hours, with no cinema, bar or pool, and there were only limited places to sit on deck out of the wind, and they were quite a climb up to the top deck. We were foot passengers, and the check in and disembarkation procedures for us were confusing, and slightly chaotic, and took far too long considering we were on foot with minimal luggage. Overall however we enjoyed the journey very much, as a new, interesting and relaxing way of getting to Morocco. It is just that with a little more effort the journey could have been made very much more entertaining and enjoyable.

      Review by JULIAN LAMBTON

  • 04 Feb 2019
    Taifa to Tangiers.
    • Lovely smooth crossing. Pleasant staff.

      Review by Queenie

  • 11 Aug 2018
    Late departure
    • Late dirty unprofessional

      Review by BADREDDINE ELHANDAOUI

  • 14 Dec 2017
    Tarifa
    • Very good service free bus to and from Algeciras, tarifa a great place

      Review by ROBERT HUGHES

  • 09 Nov 2017
    Wrong check-in address on confirmation letter
    • The check-in address on the confirmation letter is different from the actual check-in address, which should be at the Algreciras port ticket office . I actually found this before departure and sent emails twice to Aferry to question about this. However, the staff wasn't able to advise the correct address. So when I took the ferry, I had to first go to the check-in address printed on the confirmation letter and found out it was a wrong place. Then I went to the port ticket office to get my ticket. It was really troublesome.

      Review by JUN YAN