Tarifa Ferry Port
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Currently it is not possible to book a cheap Tarifa ferry with Ferrysavers, we are working hard to have them available to book soon.
However, with Ferrysavers you can find cheap ferry deals from the nearby ports of Algeciras, Ceuta or Almeria, and can compare prices of ferries to Spain and Morocco using our real-time price comparison engine above, where you can search by route, time and operator to find your perfect bargain ferry crossing.
The port of Tarifa is situated at the heart of the Spanish city of Tarifa, the most southern point in Spain and a perfect place to take ferries to Morocco from. Due to its proximity to the main town, passengers are only a short distance away from all the facilities and amenities Tarifa has to offer.
The city of Tarifa is full of energy and this really shows with the many carnivals that go on all year round throughout the city and the vibrant bars, restaurants, nightclubs and tapas bars where you can meet new people and party the night away! Obviously, Tarifa is an incredible place for students and young adults to go to with its abundance of social places and incredible nightlife.
However, Tarifa isn't just for younger people; families and older couples will also have plenty to see and do. The beaches in Tarifa are incredible, and you can experience one of the many incredible watersports that the beaches offer for tourists including wind-surfing, kite-surfing, scuba-diving, surfing and hang-gliding! There are also whale-watching trips that are great fun and very interesting for people of any age, and the Castle of Guzman el Bueno is a fantastic piece of architecture that you can explore.
29 Calle de Guzman, 11380 Tarifa, Spain
03 Mar 2019Rough seas!
The sea was very bad and we were the last ferry to go out and had to remain in our seats for most of the journey so didn't get a fair picture of the boat as a whole - but the staff were very friendly. The only thing I don't like at Tangier is that the agents with the tickets commandeer you and then ask for a tip - when you already have your ticket!
Review by Anon
21 Feb 2019From Tanger to Tarifa
Review by Anon