Tanger Med Ferries
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Tanger Med Routes
Book a ferry to Tanger Med with AFerry. Ferries to Tanger Med, in Morocco, are available from France, Italy and Spain. You can take a ferry to Tanger Med from Algeciras, Barcelona, Genoa, Malaga, Savona and Sete.
Tanger Med Ferry Companies
Ferries to and from Tanger Med are operated by AML, Balearia, FRS, Grandi Navi Veloci, Grimaldi Lines, Inter Shipping and Trasmediterranea. Because 7 ferry companies operate in and out of Tanger Med, 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 Med, 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, Ceuta and Melilla to help you find the best times and prices to suit your plans.
Ferries with AML and other companies operating to and from Tanger Med 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 Med will be easy and hassle free. Start by making your booking today, it's quick and easy.
|Sète - Tanger Med
(Grandi Navi Veloci)
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.
Ferries to and from Tanger Med
Today most ferry companies sail to the port of Tangier Med. However, some companies still go to the port of Tangier City.
Tanger Med port facilities
Pedestrian passengers access the port of Tanger Med via gate 2. This will take you to the ferry terminal where the ticket windows are located. A shuttle then transfers pedestrian passengers to the pre-boarding area. Passengers by car access the port through the gate 3.
Getting to Tanger Med Ferry Port
By Bus and Train: There is a shuttle bus from Tangier City Port to Tangier Med Port every hour between 06:00 and 22:00, this shuttle is free for passengers with tickets. Taxis are also available. Regular rail links exist between Tangier Ville station and Ksar Sghir station. A shuttle then transfers Ksar Sghir to the Tangier Med port. The duration of the transfer is 10 minutes.
By Car: The Tanger Med Ferry Port is directly connected to the motorway network with direct access to the A4.
Tanger Med Map
12 Sep 2019all good
quick journey but very good. Late 1h though but the rest was perfect.
Review by Anon
13 May 2019Buenisimo
La tripulación simpatica y espectacular viaje
Review by PLINIO GECELE
26 Mar 2019Unusual 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
12 Aug 2018Late departure
Late dirty unprofessional
Review by BADREDDINE ELHANDAOUI
10 Nov 2017Wrong 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