Annaba ferry port in Algeria connects you with Marseille in France with a choice of up to 1 ferry crossings per week. The duration of the Annaba to Marseille crossing is from 22 hours and the crossing is operated by Algerie Ferries.
Annaba, once known as Hippo Regius during the Roman times, is the fourth largest city in Algeria. The city is located in Annaba province on the northeastern corner of Algeria, near the river Wadi Seybouse and the Tunisian border.
Annaba has undergone significant growth and is a leading industrial centre in Eastern Algeria. Compared to other Algerian coastal cities such as Oran and the capital Algiers, Annaba’s metropolitan area has a higher population density. Economically, Annaba is the centre for various dynamic activities such as industry, transport, finance and tourism, with its port handling the majority of the country’s mineral exports.
As a coastal city with beautiful beaches, mountains reaching 1080 metres, surrounding hills, and footpaths leading you to explore its rich history and culture, Annaba is an important centre for tourism and is one of the major tourist attractions in the Western Mediterranean. During the summer periods, the beaches in Annaba provide the majority of the city’s work opportunities.