Tangier Ferry Port
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- On ferrysavers.com you can securely book a ferry from Tangier (Tanger in French) to Barcelona and Genoa with Grandi Navi Veloci
- Alternatively you can book tickets for both Comanav's and Comarit's ferry services from Tangier to Sète and Genoa.
- Many of the ferry crossings to Tangier now travel to the Tanger Med port, 45 km along the Moroccan coast. This new, purpose built, port has a fantastic new terminal, and journeys from Spain are now 40 minutes shorter.
Tangier's ferry port is one of the busiest in the Mediterranean, catering to over 1 million travellers every year and a vital part of the economic structure of the city. The port is also home to a marina with a fishing port.
Tangier is a famous and historical destination in the north of Morocco. Lying on the North African coast at the western entrance to the Strait of Gibraltar where the Mediterranean meets the Atlantic Ocean off Cape Spartel it is Morocco's second biggest industrial and financial centre after Casablanca. Tangier is widely considered one of the stylish resorts of the Mediterranean, and tourism is a key part of its economy with 5 star hotels and seaside resorts forming a key part of the city's recent modernisation and re-development.
29 Aug 2019Tanger Crossing
First time to Tanger, crossing going over was perfect and on time. Coming back was a different story, we left an hour after our scheduled. Having said that, the overall experience was good, I would recommend Ferrysavers
Review by Anon
01 Aug 2019Ferry to Tangier
We found the check in process was a little difficult to navigate. The signage was not clear, so we were often in the wrong line or place. After getting through that and onto the ferry, we also didn't know that we had to stand in another line to have our passports checked again to enter Morocco I think. We had a little snack which was very good. The seas were a little rough that morning, so A LOT of the people on board were getting very sea sick! The staff on board were very quick to clean up after people's sea sickness. They were definitely up to the task! On the way back that evening, we had a different vessel, which was really nice! There was almost no movement felt at all! Everything was neat and clean and comfy. When we returned to the dock, we again had to go through the customs (?) area and be checked, but that line was more straight forward. All in all, we had a great journey, and a great day in Tangiers!
Review by GLENN NITTI
01 Jul 2019Easier than we thought
Turn up, get on sail across on comfortable seats, have a fun day, and return. That's what we wanted, that's what we got. Not cheap but was worth the effort.
Review by ROGER
26 May 2019Pretty good.
Very good from Tara to Tanger, except long queue for passport stamping. Return trip was about 45 minutes late I leaving. Still allowing late cars and passengers to get on well after departure time. Speaking to staff it is ALWAYS late out of Tanger.
Review by CLIVE RAINCOCK
29 Apr 2019Day trip
Ship departure in Tanger was late 55 min.
Review by SVEN SALBEN