Ferry Sète -Tangier
Tickets, Prices, Schedules & Times
Sète - Tangier ferries, schedules and times
Ferries from Sète (France) to Morocco are available with up to 3 weekly crossings throughout the year. The route is usually operated by the Grandi Navi Veloci (GNV) ferry company.
There is usually 1 weekly sailing from Sète to the port of Tangier. However, during the high season (from June to September), there are up to 3 weekly crossings between Sète and Tangier.
The earliest ferry to Tanger-Med port usually departs at 20:00 while the latest ferry to Tangier leaves the port of Sète at 21:00.
Tip: keep in mind that ferry schedules may change. Therefore, make sure to check your travel time before your trip.
Ferry tickets, discounts and offers
Sète - Tangier ferry prices
Tickets for the Sète - Tangier ferry route start at around €80. That also applies to the return route. The final price may vary depending on travel class, vehicle selection, and available discounts.
Discounts & offers
With GNV, you can book discount tickets for children aged 4-11 years old. Infants and toddlers up to 3 years old normally can travel from Sète to Tangier for free. There are also special discounts for students, large families, and permanent residents.
As for limited-time offers, you can discover the best deals for the Sète - Tangier ferry route on Ferryhopper. Bear in mind that, if there are any active GNV offers at the time of your booking, they will be automatically applied.
Book Sète - Tangier ferry tickets
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Useful FAQs about the ferry route
How long is the Sète - Tangier ferry ride?
The duration of the sailing between Sète and Tanger Med is around 42 hr. From Sète to Tangier, ferry time depends on the crossing and the weather conditions.
Tip: you can get information about potential changes in your trip and track your ferry in real-time at any time on the Ferryhopper App.
Is there a high-speed ferry between Sète and Tangier?
The Sète - Tanger Med route is operated by conventional ferries. The fastest ferry crossing from Sète to Tangier lasts approximately 40 hr.
What's the distance between Sète and Tangier?
The distance between Sète and Tangier is around 634 nautical miles (1.174 km).
Where do ferries depart from?
Ferries from the port of Sète to Tangier (port of Tanger Med) normally depart from the Orsetti ferry terminal, located near the port entrance.
As for the ferry to Sète from Tangier, GNV ferries depart from the port of Tanger Med, in the northern part of Morocco and about 40 km from the city of Tangier.
All ferries traveling between Sète and Tangier have car decks for vehicle transportation, so you can bring your car or motorbike on board.
Make sure you book your ferry tickets for vehicle transportation well in advance, especially during the high season.
On GNV ferries, there is no specific weight limit on luggage. On the ferry from Sète to Tangier, you can usually carry up to 2 pieces of luggage. The ferries also have lockers that are accessible throughout the journey.
Cabins and seating
The ferries traveling from Sète to Tangier have cabins, as well as numbered seats.
All pets are welcome on Sète - Tanger Med ferries. However, pets are allowed on the external decks of the ferry and specially designated areas. You can also book a pet cabin to travel in comfort to Tanger Med from France.
Make sure to register your pet when booking your tickets and carry along your pet’s ID, health certificates, and any further supplies you may need for the Sète to Tangier ferry trip.
Useful tips for your ferry trip
Here are some useful tips for your ferry trip:
- The port of Sète can get quite busy during the high season, so make sure you arrive at least 60 min in advance, particularly if you are traveling with a vehicle.
- Alternatively, you can take the ferry from Sète to Nador and explore the beautiful coastal city in the northern part of Morocco.
- Algeciras is also a popular starting point for trips to the Moroccan coast. You can hop on a ferry from Algeciras to Tangier and explore the beauty of the Moroccan coastal city.
The city of Sète has the second largest Mediterranean port in France. The port of Sète is a 2-minute walk from the city center and you can easily reach it on foot, by bus or taxi. Find all the info you need about the port in our Sète travel guide.
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