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Ferries Motril

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 From June 15th to September 15th, The Concell Insular de Formentera regulates the entry of motor vehicles on the island.
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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Motril is a coastal town in the province of Granada, Andalusia. It overlooks the Mediterranean Sea and enjoys a subtropical climate that makes it an excellent vacation destination.

The port of Motril is not far from the city and is considered an important port for trade with North Africa due to its proximity to the Moroccan coast. Trade began in the early 1900s with the export of sugar, salt, and iron, and in recent decades passenger traffic has also increased significantly. In the port of Motril, travelers have access to various services, including parking lots, gas stations, bars and restaurants, tobacconists, supermarkets, and some stores.

Today, ferries from Motril take you to discover Morocco and its ancient culture. Ferry connections to Motril are provided from the port of Melilla, an autonomous Spanish city located on Moroccan territory. The Spanish shipping company Balearia offers ferry departures to Motril all year round. Thanks to Balearia's comfortable ships, you will reach your destination in just 5 hours!

HERE IS A TIP:  Do not forget you have to be at the boarding at least 2 hours before your departure time when travelling with your vehicle! 

Motrilferries About Motril

Motril is an ideal place for a break on the Costa Tropical and, like many towns in this region, has a rich historical and artistic heritage, as well as a natural one. The town began as a Phoenician enclave and later experienced a Moorish invasion and, in the late 16th century, a Christian victory. The main activities of the inhabitants of the time were agriculture, fishing, and silk and sugar production.

The historic center perfectly reflects traditional Arab-Spanish architecture. Buildings to see include the large Church of the Incarnation, the Town Hall, the Pre-industrial Sugar Cane Museum, and the Shrine of the Virgin de la Cabeza, the town's patron saint. This Baroque building was the residence of the mother of the last king of Granada and is located on a hill that offers spectacular views of the city and its surroundings.

For those who want to take a leisurely beach break and enjoy the sun and sea, the area around Motril offers a wonderful succession of clear sandy beaches, suitable for both relaxation and various water and beach sports. Playa de Torrenueva is a 15-minute drive from the coast, while Playa Granada, with its black sand and pebbles, is only 10 minutes from town. Also worth a visit are the beaches of Playa de La Rijana and Playa de Calahonda, as well as Playa de La Joya, a beautiful beach hidden among 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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