Ceuta

Ceuta

Spain

Ceuta is a Spanish autonomous city located on the north coast of Morocco, close to the Strait of Gibraltar. The port of Ceuta is well connected by ferry with the port of Algeciras in Andalusia, and you can easily travel between the two cities and continents. On Ferryhopper you can book your ferry tickets from and to Ceuta fast and at the best prices!

The autonomous cities of Spain in the north of Africa, Ceuta and Melilla, are unique places due to their location combining several cultures and traditions. Ceuta will fascinate you with its architecture, the royal walls of the city, or a walk around the ‘Barrio del príncipe Alfonso’, the ‘Casa de Los Dragones’ or the cathedral of San Francisco. Ceuta is a small city, surrounded by the sea and subdivided into several neighborhoods with a distinct style. Exploring the city on foot is a great option if you want to experience the local mix of cultures

Ferry routes and ferry tickets from Ceuta

The port of Ceuta has a good ferry connection with mainland Spain through the port of Algeciras, in the Cadiz area. The ferry companies that usually serve the Ceuta - Algeciras ferry connection are Balearia, FRS and Trasmediterranea. 

Ferry from Ceuta to Algeciras

The Ceuta - Algeciras ferry route is an easy way to travel from the north of Africa to the south of Spain and explore the beautiful region of Andalusia. 

There are at least 20 ferries per day traveling from Ceuta to Algeciras and the ferry trip lasts around 1 hour. Use the Ferryhopper search engine, find all ferry schedules from Ceuta to Algeciras and easily book your ferry tickets.

What to do in Ceuta?

Ceuta is a beautiful city, that combines several cultures in its architecture, city corners and sights of interest. Don’t miss the impressive view from the Mirador de la Punta Almina where you can see the point where the Mediterranean Sea and the Atlantic ocean meet. Make sure that you walk around the city streets, and explore the local mix of cultures or pass by the local market to try the fresh vegetables and fish! The weather in Ceuta is generally mild, and the summers are usually very sunny and not too hot which makes it an ideal holiday destination. Here are some interesting sights to visit when in Ceuta: 

  1. Parque marítimo del Mediterráneo
  2. Monte Hacho para vistas panorámicas
  3. Parque San Amaro 

Beaches in Ceuta

In Ceuta, you can also enjoy swimming and sunbathing on its beautiful beaches. Have a look at the following beaches before you start your trip to get a first taste of the amazing options you have on the Moroccan coast: 

  1. Playa de la Ribera
  2. Playa del Chorrillo
  3. Playa de Benítez

Tip: The Spanish autonomous cities of Ceuta and Melilla are not included in the EU Customs territory. This means that in Ceuta you can shop tax-free! Another good reason to visit and spend some time in the beautiful city of Ceuta. 

How to book your ferry tickets from Ceuta

Traveling by ferry to the Mediterranean destinations is now easier with Ferryhopper! On our pages, you will find more information about how to travel from Ceuta to Algeciras and the south of Spain. The ferry trip lasts just 1 hour so you can even consider planning a day trip from one continent to the other!

Find all available ferry routes, ferry schedules and ferry ticket prices on our search engine and book the perfect trip for you! 


Ceuta has direct ferry connections with 1 ports:

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