Ferry Almería - Oran
Tickets, Prices, Schedules & Times
Almería - Oran ferries, schedules and times
Ferries are available with weekly crossings throughout the year. The route is normally served by the ferry companies Naviera Armas and Trasmediterranea.
Ferries to Oran depart up to 2 times a week from the port of Almería. Most ferries depart around midnight and arrive in Oran at 09:00 the next morning.
As for the return route, there are up to 2 weekly crossings from Oran to Almería. Most ferries depart around 22:00 and arrive in Almería at 08:00 the next day.
Ferry tickets, discounts and offers
Almería - Oran ferry prices
Tickets for the ferry route start at around €128. That also applies to the return route. The final price may vary depending on seasonality, seat type and vehicle selection.
Discounts & offers
With Naviera Armas and Trasmediterranea, you can book discount tickets for children aged 1-11 years old. Infants up to 1 year old normally travel for free.
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Useful FAQs about the ferry route
How long is the Almería - Oran ferry ride?
The duration of the sailing between Almería and Oran is approximately 10 hr, depending on the crossing and the weather conditions.
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Is there a high-speed ferry between Almería and Oran?
No, there are only conventional ferries serving routes between the two destinations. The fastest ferry crossing between Almeria and Oran lasts approximately 10 hr.
What's the distance between Almería and Oran?
The distance between the two ports is approximately 128 nautical miles (237 km).
Where do ferries depart from?
Ferries from the port of Almería to Oran normally depart from the passenger dock Muelle de Ribera, which is perfectly situated in the city center right below Parque Nicolás Salmerón.
As for the trip to Almería from Oran, ferries depart from the passenger docks in the Oran port (1 Rue du 20 Aout).
On-board services & facilities
All ferries traveling between Almería and Oran have car decks for vehicle transportation. You can bring your car, motorbike or caravan on board.
Make sure you book your ferry tickets for vehicle transportation well in advance, as they sell out fast during high season.
On Naviera Armas and Trasmediterranea ferries, you can bring 1 large piece of luggage with a maximum weight of 60 kg or 4 small pieces of luggage.
Cabins and seating
There are many types of cabins on Almería - Oran ferries: from single beds to whole cabins with a window, and even suites (double-bed or triple). As for seating, there are comfortable numbered seats available.
You can bring your pet on-board Almería - Oran ferries. Make sure to fill out all necessary information when booking your tickets. A carrier or cage is required for all pets.
Useful tips for your ferry trip
Here are some useful tips for your ferry trip:
- The port of Almería can get quite busy during high season, so make sure you arrive at least 2 hr before departure.
- Almería is also a popular starting point for trips to Morocco.
- You can easily reach the ports of North Africa from Spain. Check out our guide about the ferries between Spain and North Africa.
- Alternatively, if you want to catch a direct ferry to Morocco from Spain, find out more information about the Spain to Morocco ferry routes.
The port of Almería in Andalusia is a major starting point for ferries traveling from Spain to North Africa. Find all the info you need about the city and port on our Almería travel guide.
Oran is a coastal city with cultural and commercial importance. Discover its numerous impressive French-built buildings, stroll through its markets, and take in the spectacular panoramic views from Santa Cruz Fort.