Ceuta Algeciras Ferry
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Ceuta ferry port dates back to the 5th century BC and boasts a long and tumultuous history. Today, Ceuta ferry port remains under Spanish and EU authority and is a very busy ferry port with crossings leaving every hour.
Ceuta is located on the southern coast of the Strait of Gibraltar in the Mediterranean sea. Ceuta enjoys a very pleasant climate with 300 days of sun per year which makes it an ideal holiday destination any time of year. Ceuta offers a wealth of activities, historical attractions and relaxing resorts just a few steps from the Ceuta ferry port. Along with Mellila ferry port, Ceuta is an ideal base to discover Morocco.
Algeciras is a port city in the south of Spain, situated on the Rio de la Miel slightly to the north of Tarifa, sprawling round the far side of the bay to Gibraltar.
In recent years the port of Algeciras has become an important tourist destination, with popular day trips to Tarifa to see bird migrations and to Gibraltar to see the territory's unique sights and cultural blend. Trips to the Bay of Algeciras on whale watching excursions are also popular, as is taking a train to Ronda which carries you past some of the most beautiful traditional white villages in the whole of Andalucia. These include Castellar de la Frontera - an intriguing village set within a castle.