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Book a ferry to Tanger Ville with AFerry. Ferries to Tanger Ville, in Morocco, are available from Spain. You can take a ferry to Tanger Ville from Tarifa.
Tanger Ville Ferry Companies
Ferries to and from Tanger Ville are operated by FRS and Inter Shipping. Because 2 ferry companies operate in and out of Tanger Ville, 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 Tanger Ville, 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 Ceuta and Tanger Med to help you find the best times and prices to suit your plans.
Tanger Ville ferries with FRS and Inter Shipping 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 Tanger Ville will be easy and hassle free. Start by making your booking today, it's quick and easy.
About Tanger Ville
Tangier is a major city in north-western Morocco. The port of Tangier Ville is located in the city of Tangier at the entrance to the Strait of Gibraltar. Its distinctive white washed hillside medina (city section typically, walled with narrow maze like streets) has lots of outdoor cafes which have a pleasant outlook on the Mediterranean sea. Historically it has attracted artists, rock stars and writers, just 20 miles from Spain it is very accessible for travellers to and from Europe. Influenced by Spanish, Portuguese and French cultures. This "White City" has both history, culture and fabulous beaches to suit everyone.
The port focuses on passenger traffic since 2008 with the launch of the port of Tanger Med. Tangier is a major city in north-western Morocco and has been a strategic gateway between Africa and Europe for centuries. The Port of Tanger Ville is located at the entry of the Strait of Gibraltar in the most western part of the city. From 2008 most of the traffic at the Port of Tangier was progressively transferred to the newer port of Tanger Med, freeing Tanger Ville of all cargo traffic and letting it focus purely on passenger boats and pleasure craft.
Tanger Ville Port Facilities
The port facilities are basic, but in the city you can find restaurants and shops, etc. From the port of Tangier, you can go to the city centre on foot or by taxi. The port offers parking where you can leave your car and also in the city there are long-term car parks.
Disembarkation at the ferry port in Tangier can be a little slow because the queues caused by passport control and customs. Make sure that your Passport has been stamped (and your boarding card has been collected) on board the ferry. After customs procedures, you will arrive at the terminal, where there is a branch of the Banque Populaire which sells dirhams and accepts currencies from most countries.
How to get there
There are buses from many cities that arrive at the Gare Routière (bus station), there are buses from Rabat, Casablanca, Fez, Marrakech and more; some of those go up to the entrance of the harbor, passing through the Gare Routière.
By car from to Tangier is about 240 km across the N-6. From Casablanca, the distance is 330 km by taking the roads A5, A6 and A1.
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05 Feb 2019Taifa to Tangiers.
Lovely smooth crossing. Pleasant staff.
Review by Queenie
15 Dec 2017Tarifa
Very good service free bus to and from Algeciras, tarifa a great place
Review by ROBERT HUGHES
13 Oct 2014Canceled even though they had confirmed departure 2 hours before
When we got to the port to catch the 11am boat, they told us it was cancelled. We had to take a train from Algeciras to Madrid and were forced to buy tickets from another company and Inter Shipping refused to refund. We have put a claim with the Spanish authorities. This happened at 10.20am and at 10.45 they were still selling tickets for that departure on internet.
Review by Roland Gillis
12 Aug 2014Ferry
Pretty painless experience. Parking at the port is limited but we found a secure car park a street away. Check in, passport control and boarding all simple. Crew advised us to join queue to get passport stamped on board by Moroccoan customs quickly as it can take a long time if the ferry is busy. Plenty of seats and space on board, left shortly after it was due. Return trip also painless. Worth double checking departure times as they seem to vary; also if you're being met in Tangier check the local time of arrival as the time difference with Spain can vary.
Review by Anon
03 Oct 2013Too long
The journey took over one hour instead of the half an hour advertised and the departure was delayed for thirty five minutes so it was very frustrating.
Review by Maevabianca