Tanger Med Ferry Port
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Tanger Med Routes
- Using Ferrysavers you can easily and securely book a ferry crossing between Tanger Med and both Barcelona, Motril and Algeciras with Acciona Trasmediterranea (through their subsidiary Ferrimaroc) and also to Algeciras with Nautas Al Maghreb, the subsidiary of Balearia
- Ferries to to Barcelona, Sete and Genoa can be booked from the port of Tangier in the heart of the city
- Ferries between Motril and Tanger Med could be easily booked with FRS
Find the latest information on cheap Tanger Med ferries, including ticket prices, crossing times and availability with Ferrysavers.
Part of the largest port complex on the Mediterannean and in Africa by capacity, Tanger Med's ferry port lies 40km east of Tangier. Set at the shortest distance between Africa and Europe, just 14km from Spain on the southern coast of the Straits of Gibraltar, Tanger Med has emerged as a major industrial, trade and transport hub, ideally located where the Mediterranean and Atlantic meet.
Sailing times across the straits are very short, and the port boasts excellent road connections to Tangier itself. Indeed many of the traditional ferry routes to Tangier are moving to Tanger Med to take advantage of the nine quays, huge car parks and efficient and modern port management that make it ideal for ferry services. With its strategic locations and excellent connections to Europe, Tanger Med is set to become an increasingly popular port.
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26 Oct 2019Ferrysavers
It was a great experience with Ferrysavers. Great support team and immediate response in case of booking issues.
Review by MOHAMMED ALOSAIMI
11 Sep 2019Ferry to Tanger Med
The ferry from Algeciras to Tanger Med was delayed by 2 hours and checking in was chaotic. I had a taxi arranged at Tanger Med so I had to make a number of calls to keep taxi informed.On arrival we had to carry large bag down 2 flights of steep stairs which wasn't good and was dangerous. No-one spoke english so it was difficult to understand where to find taxi. Because of the outbound delay I had to re-schedule the inbound journey for an earlier ferry as we had a plane to catch at Gibraltar and I was concerned the return ferry would be delayed and we would miss our flight. Re-scheduling the ferry was very easy, checking in was easy and no additional cost was involved so the return journey was less stressful than the outbound journey. The inbound ferry was 1 hour late. My advice to ferry users is allow for 1-2 hour delays when planning your journey. Ferrysavers was very helpful and provided a very good service.
Review by P APPLEBY
27 Jan 2019Tangier trip
Better than Direct ferries and Balearia.
Review by LEE GILES