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Melilla Ferries - Prices from £284

Book a ferry to Melilla with AFerry. Domestic services in Spain are available from Melilla to Almeria, Malaga and Motril.

Melilla Ferry Companies

Ferries to and from Melilla are operated by Balearia, Naviera Armas and Trasmediterranea. Because 3 ferry companies operate in and out of Melilla, 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 Melilla, 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 Al Hoceima, Nador and Tanger Med to help you find the best times and prices to suit your plans.

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

Melilla Routes

About Melilla

Melilla, on the Mediterranean coast of Morocco, was originally a Phoenician settlement and has throughout history seen Roman, Byzantine, Arab, Vandal and Carthaginian rule. Melilla was conquered by Spain in 1492 and has been under Spanish administration ever since; this is reflected in the city's typically Andalusian character. The port of Melilla has become an important port for trade and transportation between North Africa and Spain.

The fortified Melilla old town, Melilla la Vieja, is surrounded by defensive walls and has changed little since the 16th Century. Some other interesting sights to see in Melilla include the Plaza de España square, which is surrounded by important local buildings, and the Zoruah Synagogue. Melilla also has a variety of museums to visit, including the Museum of Archaeology and History and the Military History Museum. Melilla is approximately 14 kilometres north of Nador; Nador is accessible from Melilla by train.

Ferries to and from Melilla

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.

Naviera Armas has a modern fleet of vessels with a great selection of bars and restaurants. Any journey with Naviera Armas is bound to be a comfortable and relaxing experience.

Melilla Port

Melilla port is situated at the heart of the city and is overlooked by the fortified Melilla old town. The port is a short walk from the Plaza de España and the city's many attractions and amenities. The port links Melilla with the Spanish ports of Malaga and Almeria, with frequent ferry services provided by Trasmediterranea. You can book all ferries from Melilla online with AFerry.

Melilla port facilities

Melilla Port has a wide range of facilities and services, including an information desk and ample parking.

Getting to Melilla

Melilla Ferry Port is situated on the Calle de Mulle Villanueva, and is accessible from the N15 road from Nador to the South, and from the ML300 from Idoudouhane to the West. Melilla Ferry Port is accessible from the ML101 and ML105 roads within Melilla city, and is close to the Plaza de España.

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Reviews

  • 30 May 2017
    Almeria to Melilla ( with Car)
    • Big Q at check in at Almeria port, however, it did not take too long to get checked in. The boat had just had a refurb, the cabin was very good, the boat was clean and tidy. the bar was very very busy with only 1 person working, however, he did his best, the food ( hot sandwich) I ordered was cold in the middle, and it was Chicken so had to send it back, service was ok in general, the boat was on time and I slept for 3 hours in the cabin so arrived feeling good, after a shower. This is one of the better ferries, I would give the Almeria to Nador route a miss that ferry is a real old crate, and I try and avoid it !! The cost has gone up in the last 6 months, I paid 300.00 euros, one way with a car and a cabin, this is nearly double 2016 prices......

      Review by RICHARD DEAR

  • 12 Sep 2013
    Trip on board experince
    • On a way to Melilla I could hardly sleeping because of the noise of the air conditioning system. It was deafening and you cannot switch it off. The trip back was great!! The only drawback was the long queue to check-in at the port in Melilla.

      Review by Anon

  • 23 Nov 2011
    journey to africa
    • My recent trip to Meilla booked with aferry was a very easy and straight forward journey,no problem to get from the airport to the ferry terminal 2euro by train and a short walk to the ferry then 8 hours to Africa.

      Review by christopher goldring

  • 05 Jun 2011
    only small frustrations
    • I enjoyed my trip on the large ferry between malaga and melilla. I do wish that the cafeteria had been open prior to arrival in melilla. The schedule on the notice board said it would be so I arrived in melilla hungry. I also wish that I had been aware of the fast ferry back to malaga. It's arrival would have fit my airline connection to britan far better and I do not think thta it was shown as an option when a booked on line in late march. I only became aware of it a day before I sailed to malaga as I watched it leave the melilla harbor. I suppose I should have gone to your office then and asked to change my booking and I suspect that you would have said ok.

      Review by Anon

  • 11 May 2011
    functional journey
    • check in was easy and quick, the boat was a bit run down though, the seats were broken and ripped, the TV was blaring and there was no quiet area, even in the seating section (as that had a TV too). the announcer had a very strong spanish accent so when she spoke in english it was impossible to understand what she was saying, therefore i missed the canteen closing times and ended up eating a sandwich from the bar, which was below par, the ham was too fatty and thickly cut and a little over priced. everyone was pleasant though and the journey was fine otherwise. we departed & arrived very punctually, and the journey was very smooth.

      Review by Anon