Spain, Europe’s fourth largest country, builds together with Portugal the Iberian Peninsula and borders the North Atlantic Ocean with the Mediterranean Sea. Last faces the southeastern Spanish coastline and ends at the Strait of Gibraltar.
The Spanish ferries are obviously very busy on these waters and conventional quality vessels of major Ferry Operators connect Spain constantly with various ferry travel destinations in Italy and Morocco.
Schedules & Timetables
The Spanish ferries schedules and timetables are all year round available and depart from the port of Barcelona to diverse Italian ports and to Morocco.
For detailed information about all Ferries to Spain and vice versa use our real-time booking engine and pick among various routes the choice of your convenience in regards of shipping company, vessel, departure date / time and price!
Harbors & Ports
The Spanish ferries harbors and ports that are connected with Italy and Morocco are limited to the one in the city of Barcelona. From here plenty conventional ferry departures take place to Civitavecchia in Rome, Genoa, Porto Torres on Sardinia, Savona, Tangier and Nador in Morocco.
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