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Ferries Melilla

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 From June 1th to September 30th, The Concell Insular de Formentera regulates the entry of motor vehicles on the island. See more.
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Ferries to MelillaPort connections and services

The port of Melilla is located on the north-eastern coast of Morocco and is a Spanish enclave that was granted autonomous city status in 1995. The city is situated on the eastern side of the Cabo Tres Forcas, a peninsula that extends 25 km into the Mediterranean Sea.

Melilla is a free port where European Community laws apply and the local economy is mainly based on fishing and trade.

The port of Melilla has earned the title of an important commercial and cargo port. It is also famous for being a good defensive structure for the coast. It is characterized as a port with multiple functions: cargo, fishing, passenger and cruise traffic.

Ferries from Melilla provide easy access to Spain and the beautiful autonomous region of Andalusia. A land of historic cities where Moorish rule left architectural gems such as the Alcazar in Seville, the Mezquita in Córdoba and the Alhambra in Granada.

🚢 The shipping companies operating the connections to and from Melilla are:

Naviera Armas

• Balearia

Thanks to the ferries from Melilla you can discover some beautiful Andalusian cities such as Almeria, Malaga and Motril. The routes to and from Melilla are guaranteed all year round, thanks to the two shipping companies that operate them, with several daily connections.

The port area is just 10 minutes from the city center, so passengers disembarking or embarking on a ferry to or from Melilla have a wide range of services at their disposal.

Visitors can easily reach various facilities such as markets, street food, restaurants, ATMs, hotels, and shops of all kinds. The Melilla ferry terminal also offers other services such as parking, toilets, a cafeteria, and an information desk.

Here's a tip: if you want the cheapest tickets on the market, it's best to look for them months in advance, so as not to fall into the trap of high season when prices skyrocket!

Melilla ferries About Melilla

Taking a ferry to Melilla means discovering a little Spanish paradise on the Moroccan coast!

More and more tourists are choosing to take a ferry to Melilla and make a short stop in this unique city before continuing their journey to Morocco.

🗺️ Melilla is a fascinating multicultural city, where the different populations that have ruled it have left indelible traces that are still visible today. You can see them in the buildings, in the daily life of the inhabitants and in the fusion cuisine, which is a wonderful blend of Mediterranean and Spanish cuisine with tea, spices, and couscous.

The symbol of the city is definitely the old town fortress or 'El Pueblo'. It is a city within a city, with many historical buildings and monuments that you cannot miss.

In the new part of town, the Plaza de España is a must. It is the starting point of your visit to Melilla.

You will be impressed by the magnificent modernist buildings of Gaudí's pupil Enrique Neto, located in the district known as the 'Golden Triangle', including the Crystal House, the Palacio de la Asamblea, the Casa Tortosa and the Palacio de la Reconquista.

⛪ Continuing on, you will reach the Plaza de Menéndez Pelayo and beautiful religious buildings such as the Or Zoruah synagogue, the Zawiya al-Alawiya mosque, the Sagrado Corazón de Jesús church and the Purísima Concepción church, which are well worth a visit.

How to reach the boardings:

Address: Estación Marítima, Av. General Macías, 52001 Melilla.

GPS Coordinates: Latitude 35.292013, Longitude -2.932615

The port of Melilla is easily accessible from the city center on foot or by car in the direction of Av. General Macías. There are public buses that will take you to the ferry terminal from different parts of the city.  Melilla airport is about 5 km from the port.

Are you ready to discover the architectural and natural wonders of Morocco? Choose one of the many ferries to Melilla, and you'll be able to travel in comfort with your car or camper van and plan your trip to Morocco without worries! On MrFerry you will find all the best travel solutions at unbeatable prices!

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