Algiers ferry port in Algeria connects you with Marseille in France with a choice of up to 3 ferry crossings per week. The duration of the Algiers to Marseille crossing is from 25 hours and the crossing is operated by Corsica Linea.
The Port of Algiers faces the Mediterranean Sea in the centre of the Algerian coast.
The city itself is nicknamed ‘Alger la Blanch’ (Algiers the White), due to the large number of glistening white buildings rising up from the sea.
There is plenty for you to enjoy whilst you wait for your ferry. There's a fascinating 17th Century Kasbah by the terminal, which was listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1992.
There are also several museums, most notably the Bardo. It houses a comprehensive selection of Algerian artefacts including costumes, jewellery and weaponry.
The port is a short walk from Algiers train station and is found just off the N11, Rue d’Angkor.
Rue d'Angkor, Algiers
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