Tanger Med to France Ferry
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Tanger Med is connected to France via the port of Sète. On average, there are 2 crossings per week between Tanger Med and France, which are operated by Grandi Navi Veloci. Crossings from Tanger Med to Sète usually take around 23 hours.
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About Tanger Med
Tanger Med is located about 40 km from Tangier city and is the largest African port overlooking the Mediterranean Sea. It was opened in 2007 and is located on the Strait of Gibraltar. it is also close to the Spanish city of Ceuta which is just 20k, away. Its strategic location at the point on the Moroccan coaste nearets to the Iberian Penisula makes it a key location for ferry routes. The location of the Tanger Med Ferry Port was chosen so that the distance between Europe and Africa is the shortest, only 14 km. This huge deep water port is perfect for all connections arriving and departing from Tangier. Most of the crossings made to Tangier City port are now transferred to Tangier-Med.
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