Ceuta Transportation

  • Ferry entering the port of Ceuta (Spain)
    Ferry entering the port of Ceuta (Spain)
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    Crossing the Strait

    by Ilya_Andriy Written Oct 17, 2003

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    Ceuta Port

    The only one way for arriving Ceuta from Mainland Spain is crossing the Gibraltar Strait by sea. Although I believe that there are an heliport that joins Ceuta with Málaga.
    There are three companies (Euroferrys, Buquebus and Trasmediterránea) that depart from Algeciras (Cádiz) since 6:00 until 21:45 each hour, more or less. And you can go from Ceuta to Algeciras since 7:30 until 23:00 each hour too.

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    How to get there

    by Redang Updated Apr 9, 2008

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    Ferry entering the port of Ceuta (Spain)
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    Ceuta is in the north of Africa and doesn't have airport, however, there are some other ways to go there: By helicopter from Málaga (30 minutes), by boat from Algeciras, the south of the peninsula (1 hour) either with your own car or just walking, or by car from Morocco.

    * For all the info, visit:
    - www.ceuta.es/servlet/Satellite?cid=1110792309904&idP=1110294702843&idioma=es_es&isP=InformacionGeneral&p_hC=true&p_pag=ComoLlegaryComoMoverse&pagename=CeutaTur%2FPage%2FInfoSeccionTur

    * Different companies that link Algeciras and Ceuta by ferry:
    - www.directferries.es/companias.htm

    Normally, these companies are the ones that link both cities:
    - AccionaTransmediterránea: www.directferries.es/trasmediterranea.htm
    - Balearia/Buquebus: www.balearia.com
    - Euroferrys: www.euroferrys.com

    * Helicopter:
    From Málaga (Aeropuerto Pablo Ruiz Picasso) to Ceuta (Helipuerto de Ceuta).
    - Tel.: (+34) 95 204 87 00 (in Málaga) or 956 504 974 (in Ceuta)
    - Fax: (+34) 956 50 03 59
    - Internet: www.grupoinaer.com/index.php?/inaer/malagaceuta (different languages)
    - E mail: hse.ceuta@helisureste.com

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    How to get around

    by Redang Updated Oct 19, 2011

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    Ceuta (Spain)

    Everything in Ceuta is within a walking distance but Monte Hacho or Mirador de Isabel II.

    For more info, visit (in Spanish).

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    Spain To Ceuta

    by bobsreturn2004 Written Mar 28, 2005

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    Either grab a boat from Alfgiceras to Ceuta which will roughly cost around 60 euros return or 30 euros one way.There is a alternative route from gibraltar to Ceuta which costs a little more and only goes twice a week.
    Once in ceuta either get a bus to the nearest morrocan town of Funideq or a taxi stright to Teoutan

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  • We went to Ceuta by taking a...

    by ChicaAmable Written Aug 24, 2002

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    We went to Ceuta by taking a boat from Spain through the Strait of Gibraltar. Since Ceuta is part of Spain, we did not get our passports stamped until we left Ceuta for other parts of Morocco. We took a tour bus from Ceuta to Tetouan and Tangier.

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    Crossing the border

    by Ilya_Andriy Updated Oct 17, 2003

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    Paso del Tarajal (Tarajal frontier)

    A way for arriving Ceuta is crossing the border from Morocco as moroccan workers and merchants do.
    You can done it with a car or even walking.

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    Inside the boat

    by Christianne Updated Sep 24, 2002

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    This is a picture of the boat on our way to Ceuta.If you are smokers like me, buy cigarettes on the boat.They are tax free which means really cheap.

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    Radmilo and I

    by Christianne Updated Sep 24, 2002

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    Radmilo on the boat.I shan't show you picture of me on the boat because I had an awful face due to the nausea.

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    By daily ferry from Algeciras...

    by matcrazy1 Updated Aug 24, 2002

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    By daily ferry from Algeciras in European Spain.
    Prices for 2002: 20,44E/passenger; 59,8E/car. Check timetable and prices: http://www.trasmediterranea.es/
    on foot (the best way); by a car or taxi.

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