Sete to Nador Ferry

The Sete Nador ferry route connects France with Morocco. Currently there is just the 1 ferry company operating this ferry service, Grandi Navi Veloci. The crossing operates up to 1 times each week with sailing durations from around 29 hours.

Sete Nador 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.

Route and port details

Sete to Nador Ferry Alternatives

For more information, please visit our Ferries from France to Morocco page.

Sete - Nador Ferry Operators

  • Grandi Navi Veloci
    • 1 Sailing Weekly 29 hr
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Sete Nador Average Prices

Prices shown represent the average one way price paid by our customers. The most common booking on the Sete Nador route is a car and 1 passenger.

Sete Nador Ferry reviews

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  • "Grandi Navi Veloci"

    The journey in a 3 pple cabin was confortable. We departed on time and arrived on time. The cabin was clean, the crew was polite and competent. We weren't given any information about evacuation, plus the announcement from the speakers were inaudible. The catering was decent (if you consider that it is a ferry and not a gourmet cruise. There was a chaotic momenet when we entered Morocco with the formalities. The police officier wasn't organised. Going through customs is easy though if you're staying less than a month.

    'Alain' travelled Sete Nador with Grandi Navi Veloci on Majestic

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  • "Satisfied"

    We booked the ferry Magestic from Sete to Nador. Depart 23.03.2014. Return 10.04.2014. Because of bad weather the arrival at Nador was cancelled and we went directly to Tangier. We received €50 in compensation or had the option of cancelling. The return journey from Nador was maintained although we travelled via Tangier (without disembarking) as scheduled. We travelled with our campervan (7m long)on board and paid about €1000 for the return journey including a 3 berth outside cabin. We were satisfied with the value for money and the quality of the services offered. The ship was clean and quiet and there were both self and waiter restaurants as well as a bar and a snack bar. The Majestic isn't a cruise liner but it is quiet with spacious public zones and the personnel were polite and helpful.The cabins were adequate (shower/toilet/lavabo)and we only needed 2 berths so the third was folded away. Beware of the cool temperature maintained at all times in the boat. We needed adequate warm cloths even in the cabin. We were very impressed by the efficiency of the team which cleared the cabins after they had been cleared for disembarcation at the ports of call. Similarly there is obviously a very efficient, experienced and disciplined crew. Our only real complaint concerned the terminal at Sete where we had a 2hr queue in front of the inadequate confirmation desks in the ferry terminal. Fighting broke out between jostling non European passengers and the police were called. Similarly we had to queue for an hour on the boat to clear Morocain customs but this was orderly and well organised. We were misinformed by the internet site concerning the arrival at Sete for the return journey. We were informed that the ship would arrive at 18hrs thursday but in fact we arrived at 13h friday. Would recommend this ship (Magestic of Grand Navi Veloci (Italien)) and we would be happy to sail with them on a future occasion.

    'David John' travelled Sete Nador with Grandi Navi Veloci on Majestic

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  • "Grandi Navi Veloci"

    A substandard boat, a dirty bathroom, blocked toilets. The restaurants were closed during the day. The manager made me and my baby leave my room 2 hours before arrival in order to clean it. There were nowhere to heat the baby bottle during the crossing... I am very disappointed with the quality of the service offered for such an expensive price.

    'Anonymous' travelled Sete Nador with Grandi Navi Veloci on Majestic

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  • "Satisfied"

    'sanaa daghai' travelled Sete Nador with Grandi Navi Veloci on Majestic

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Sete Guide

Sete, previously known as Cette until 1928, is a town in the Herault department in the Languedoc-Roussillon region in southern France. The town is a coastal resort and port that lies on the Mediterranean Sea coast and is regarded as the Venice of Languedoc. The town has two parts. The low-town is the location of the port and is criss-crossed by canals and bridges. The high town is located on Mont St Clair. Popular attractions with tourists in the low town are the pretty houses along the harbour , the canals and fishing. The Pointe Courte part of the town is also a 'village within a town'. There are cafes, restaurants and bars located along the canal edges.

Located at the foot of Mont St Clair, at 175 meters above sea level, the town is situated between the Gulf of Thau and the Mediterranean Sea. The vantage point from the top of Mont St Clair will provide visitors with a good sense of the town's layout and also provides lovely views of the surrounding area.

Nador Guide

Nador is a Moroccan city that is located in the Rif region of north east Morocco with the city's port lying on the Bhar Amezzyan Lagoon. It is believed Nador was founded by the Berber Civilisation, and then later ruled by the Phoenicians, the Romans and then the Arabs. It is not certain where the city derives its name. Some think the name of the city may have originated from the name ‘Has Nador’ which is a small settlement near the lagoon. Others, however, think it may have originated from the Arabic word “nadar’ which means sight and that matches more as Nador is a strategic point of observation with Spain. Either way, the city has been popular with most of the Moroccan Kings, King Omar ibn Idriss II in particular and the Almoravide King Youssef ibn Tachfin.

Nador was known as a centre of smuggling cheap Spanish and Chinese duty-free goods. Currently the smuggling has declined but takes place and seems to competes with a smuggling route from Algeria. Many used consumer goods from Europe and China also find their way to Morocco and Africa via Melilla and Nador, both legally and illegally.

Ferry services from Nador depart to Almeria and Motril in Spain and Sete in France.