The Nador Almeria ferry route connects Morocco with Spain. Currently there is just the 1 ferry company operating this ferry service, Trasmediterranea. The crossing operates up to 11 times each week with sailing durations from around 5 hours.
Nador Almeria sailing durations and frequency may vary from season to season so we’d advise doing a live check to get the most up to date information.
Prices shown represent the average one way price paid by our customers. The most common booking on the Nador Almeria route is a car and 2 passengers.
No problem with the boarding staff, the cabin is minimalist as expected, the food is decent. The cleanliness is not perfect, but we've seen worse. The price is fair.
'Anonymous' travelled Nador Almeria with Trasmediterranea on Almudaina DosRead More Read Less
We had a cabin without any external opening, with no blanket and no toilet paper. We had to ask for it at the reception. Moreover, the temperature in the cabin was very cold and we couldn't modify it. It's a shame, because it's fairly expensive.
'Sylvette' travelled Nador Almeria with Trasmediterranea on AlcántaraRead More Read Less
"It's very good"
With directferries, it's the quality of the service. Thank you.
'Yahya' travelled Nador Almeria with Trasmediterranea on AlcántaraRead More Read Less
"Best connection to Morocco "
The ship is old and used but not scruffy. Cabins are clean, likewise the toilets, at least at the start of the crossing. Booking easily, great service during a rebooking that I had to execute "on the road" via Direct Ferries. Easy CheckIn. For the seas, Direct Ferries are not to be able to help the rough seas ... ;-) On the return trip also arrive on schedule.
'Joe' travelled Nador Almeria with TrasmediterraneaRead More Read Less
The city of Nador is located in the north east Rif region of Morocco on the Mediterranean Sea coast. It is also a port on the Bhar Amezzyan Lagoon which has made it an important trading centre for fish, fruit and livestock. Around 10 km to the north of Nador is the Spanish city of Melilla. The city has been ruled by a number of different civilisations during its history. The city is believed to have been founded by the Berber Civilisation and then ruled by the Phoenicians, the Romans and the Arabs. The city's name is believed to derive from the name "Has Nador" which is a small settlement near the lagoon. The city is a popular meeting place for expatriate Moroccans who go to the city to meet their relatives and is therefore an important source of income for the city. The city does not have many sights of particular interest, there are no pretty little ports or beach side restaurants, but it is still a popular destination for tourists who visit Nador to take in its traditional Riffian atmosphere.
Ferry services from Nador depart to Almeria and Motril in Spain and Sete in France.
The Spanish city of Almeria is located in the south east of the country and lies on the Mediterranean Sea coast. The Andalusian city is a major destination along the region's coast which is characterised by virgin beaches and a semi desert ecosystem inland. The city used to be one of the most important ports in the Caliphate of Cordoba and its narrow streets are filled with whitewashed buildings, a citadel and cathedral. In addition to history and culture, the city offers visitors beaches, mountains and coastal nature reserves and a gastronomy that will make for a memorable visit.
A popular attraction in the city is its cathedral which looms large over the heart of the ancient city. The cathedral looks more like a fortress than a place or worship thanks to its towers and thick walls and its design is in reaction to the frequent Berber pirate attacks that the city endured in the past. Also located close by is the Convent of Purasand and the Episcopal Palace.
The port of Almería has a marina with moorings for pleasure boats and normally provides connections to Ghazaouet (Algeria), Oran (Algeria), Nador (Morocco) and Melilla.