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Ferries to Spain

Spain is located in the south western corner of Europe and consists of the Iberian Peninsula, the islands of the Balearics and the Canaries and the cities of Ceuta and Melilla located on the northern coast of Morocco.

To quote the official tourism portal for Spain – “Spain has what you want, Spain has what you need”, and as one of the world’s most popular tourist destinations, they aren’t wrong.

The land of flamenco and bullfighting, Spain feature a mixture of culture, beautiful architecture, monuments and UNESCO World Heritage sites spread across its wonderful and dynamic cities such as Barcelona, Madrid, Valencia, Bilbao, Seville and Granada.

In addition to the world famous cities that draw the tourists in year after year, some 7000 kilometres of coastline and in particular the Costal del Sol attract sun worshippers in huge numbers.

The country is well known for its gastronomy too and with dishes such as paella, gazpacho, the Spanish omelette, cocido and tapas, Spain undoubtedly has all the ingredients to make your visit an unforgettable experience.

Getting to Spain by ferry is relatively simple with numerous choices worth considering, both direct and indirect.

The direct routes on offer from the UK cover a selection of departure ports in Southern England sailing to a choice of ports on Spain’s north coast. The crossings are quite long and aren’t especially low priced but are operated by the finest fleet of ferries you are likely to come across so the journey is worth the expenditure. You could also choose to travel to Spain from England via France on a shorter and cheaper crossing and then drive the rest of the way.

Spain features numerous connections with the Balearics and Canaries, which are great if you’re using the mainland as a gateway to one of the fabulous islands such as Mallorca, Ibiza, Tenerife and Gran Canaria. Ferries also sail across the Mediterranean Sea from a range of European and North African countries like Italy, Algeria and Morocco.

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Spain reviews

  • "October 22"

    Mucked up booking

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  • "Friendly staff and straightforward crossing "

    We used ARMAS ferries for the first time. Check in was straightforward, loading was relatively quick and good humoured. On board cafe was better than we'd expected and prices were very reasonable. Overall it was a good journey with the minimum of fuss. We liked the ARMAS people and would recommend the service.

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  • "Reliable Service"

    Booked online, cheaper of the options with a car. Easy to drive onboard, staff pleasant, husband said the coffee was the best he’s ever had !! Clean and punctual 🙂

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  • "Review"

    Had a lovely crossing, ship was spotless and facilities very good. I only rated 4 out of 5 for catering as no tea. Apparently they only sell coffee. 

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