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France to Morocco

Sete to Nador

Grandi Navi Veloci 1 Sailings Weekly 34 hrs

Sete to Tangier Med

Grandi Navi Veloci 2 Sailings Weekly 40 hrs

Gibraltar to Morocco

Italy to Morocco

Spain to Morocco

Visiting Morocco

Why take a ferry to Morocco?

Booking a ferry to or from Morocco with Compare Ferries couldn't be easier. Morocco is one of the most diverse countries filled with majestic palaces, museums, mouth-watering food and incredible natural views. The North African country brings adventure together with culture and history to offer something unique for every visitor.

If you’re planning to travel to Morocco, let us take the stress out of organising your travel plans by helping you to compare all the major ferry routes from Morocco to Spain, Gibraltar, Italy and France with a choice from the leading ferry operators including Balearia, Trasmediterranea, FRS, Grimaldi Lines, Grandi Navi Veloci (GNV) and Inter Shipping. Morocco is the gateway to Africa and is the most visited country on the continent, with around 10 million tourists visiting the Country each year. Our ferry companies routes take you to Nador and Tangier from where you can drive and discover the tourist hotspots of Marrakesh, Fes, Essaouira, Meknes, Dades Valley and many more with ferries leaving from a choice of locations in France, Italy, Gibraltar and Spain to Morocco. Compare Ferries has the most up to date timetables, routes and fares for ferries to and from Morocco. Use our ferry search to compare prices and to book your next ferry crossing.

Highlights of Morocco

No holiday to Morocco is complete without visiting one of the gorgeous beaches. Both the Atlantic and Mediterranean coasts are lined with beaches to offer an overwhelming choice of locations. The Mediterranean coast has rockier beaches and rougher tides that offer staggering views, whereas families with children prefer the beaches along Agadir or Casablanca.

At some point in history, Marrakesh, Fez, Rabat and Meknes have been Morocco’s capital city. Today, these Imperial Cities are full of palaces, churches, mosques and museums that offer a unique glimpse into the history of this awe-inspiring country. All of Morocco’s Imperial Cities are incredibly popular tourist destinations, so take advantage of the many tour guides that can help you to make sure you catch all of the highlights.

If you love the thrill of exploring something new, Morocco is rife with mountains, just waiting for you to explore them. The Rif Mountains, High Atlas Mountains and Anti-Atlas Mountains are all popular locations for trekking enthusiasts. The Rif Mountains are located in northern Morocco and while they aren’t as high as some of the others, they are covered with beautiful forests and staggering caves.

Just south of the Anti-Atlas Mountains you can find the Sahara Desert that is best explored via a 4x4 tour or camel ride. The 4x4 tours will take you quickly across the sandy roads and through the desert villages whilst the camel rides allow you to appreciate all the details and views that the desert has to offer in your own time. If you decide to camp in the desert, you can expect to fall asleep under an uninterrupted starry sky and wake up to a glorious sunrise.

The culture, food and drinks

Depending on the time of year you visit, you can often expect to be greeted with a variety of music, dance and traditional storytelling. Planning your holiday to coincide with one of Morocco’s festivals is a brilliant way to personally experience the heritage and culture that Morocco has to offer you.

The most popular Moroccan dishes you will likely experience on your visit include stews and couscous that are often prepared with locally sourced fish, chicken and lamb. The local food is rich with herbs and spices that you will be able to smell before you even sit down for your meal.

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