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Ferries Motril

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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.
During the restricted period, access, circulation and parking are not allowed to the following vehicles:
- Rental vehicles which have not been rented in Formentera
- Quads
- Caravans and campers
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Ferries to MotrilPort connections and services

Motril is a coastal town in the Granada province of Andalusia. It faces the Mediterranean Sea and enjoys a subtropical climate that makes it an excellent holiday destination, and in recent decades it has seen a significant increase in passenger traffic.

The Port of Motril is located just 3 kilometers from the town center and is considered an important port for trade with North Africa due to its proximity to the Moroccan coast.

The commercial activity of the Port of Motril began in the early 1900s with the export of sugar, salt and iron, and in recent decades passenger traffic has also increased significantly.

Today it is the largest port in Spain, with modern facilities and a strategic location that has allowed it to develop and grow into one of the most significant ports in Spain.

⚓ Shipping companies and ferry connections:

The ferry company that operates connections to and from Motril is Balearia, which provides ferry services to Motril all year round, allowing passengers to reach their destination in 5 hours!

Today, ferries from Motril take you to discover Morocco and its ancient culture. Motril is served by ferries from the port of Melilla, an autonomous Spanish city on Moroccan territory, from Nador and from Al Hoceima.

Within walking distance of the port of Motril, travelers have access to various services such as car parks, petrol stations, bars and restaurants, tobacconists, supermarkets, and some shops. For other services, such as accommodation, banks, ATMs, and pharmacies, it is necessary to go to the town center.

Motrilferries About Motril

Motril is an ideal stopover on the Costa Tropical and, like many towns in the area, has a rich historical, artistic and natural heritage.

The town began as a Phoenician enclave and later experienced a Moorish invasion and, at the end of the 16th century, a Christian victory. The main activities of the inhabitants at that time were agriculture, fishing, and the production of silk and sugar.

🏛️ The old town is a perfect example of traditional Hispano-Arabic architecture. Buildings of interest include the large Church of the Incarnation, the Town Hall and the Pre-Industrial Sugar Cane Museum.

You can also visit the Sanctuary of the Virgen de la Cabeza, patron saint of the city. This Baroque building was the residence of the mother of the last king of Granada and is located on a hill with spectacular views of the city and its surroundings.

For those who want to relax in the sun and enjoy the sea, the area around Motril offers a wonderful succession of white sandy beaches, ideal for both relaxation and various water sports.

🏖️ Playa de Torrenueva is a 15-minute drive from the coast and Playa Granada, with its black sand and pebbles, is just 10 minutes from the city. Playa de La Rijana and Playa de Calahonda are also well worth a visit, as is Playa de La Joya, a beautiful beach hidden between the cliffs.

How to reach the boardings:

Address: Recinto Portuario S/N – 18613 Motril (Granada)

GPS coordinates: 36°43'29.7”N 3°31'41.4”W

Coming from Granada, the port of Motril can be reached in about 30 minutes via the A7. The center of Motril is over 5 km from the port, and cabs and public buses provide daily connections. There are no train stations, the nearest being Granada, 40 minutes away, and the nearest international airports are Granada, Almeria and Malaga, all 45 minutes from the Port of Motril.

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Do not forget, you have to be at the boarding at least 2 hours before your departure time when travelling with your vehicle!

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