an iconic view of Ceuta

Ceuta Ferry

Ceuta is a Spanish enclave located on the North African coast. Its port, also known as Puerto de Ceuta, is strategically positioned at the entrance of the Strait of Gibraltar, connecting the Mediterranean Sea to the Atlantic Ocean. This makes it a crucial port for trade in the region, as well as a key transit point for shipping traffic between Europe and Africa. The port of Ceuta offers a range of maritime services, including cargo handling, passenger transport, and fuel supply. It is also equipped with modern facilities and infrastructure, making it a safe and reliable port for ships of all sizes. Overall, the port of Ceuta plays a vital role in the economic development of both Spain and the wider North Africa region.

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Things to do in Ceuta

Ceuta is a stunning city located in the northern coast of Morocco, surrounded by the Mediterranean Sea, and located south of the Strait of Gibraltar, in Spain. It is a unique place that offers travelers from all around the world a mix of cultures, traditions, and landscapes. Here are some of the things you can do in Ceuta when you are here:

  • Visit the Royal Walls and its historic sites
  • Discover the majestic Plaza de Africa, and its colonial architecture
  • Go shopping at the bustling shops on the streets of the old town
  • Visit the Ethnographic and Historical Museum of Ceuta
  • Dip your feet into the calm waters of the beaches Playa de la Ribera and Playa del Chorrillo
  • Enjoy a delicious Spanish or Moroccan meal at one of the many local restaurants
  • Take a walking tour of the city's streets and hidden corners
  • Admire the beauty of the Mediterranean coast and the Rif Mountains from Mount Hacho.
  • Visit the majestic Cathedral de la Asunción, which dates back to the 17th century
  • Have a good time with some local music and folklore during the traditional celebrations of the Virgen del Carmen.

Getting around in Ceuta

Ceuta is a small Spanish enclave in North Africa, located on the Mediterranean coast. The city is easily navigable by foot, and most of the top attractions are concentrated in the compact city center. Taxis are also readily available and affordable, and can be flagged down on the street or booked through a local taxi company. Additionally, there is a local bus network that links the city with its surrounding suburbs and neighboring Morocco. For those looking for a unique experience, ferry services operate daily between Ceuta and Algeciras, providing a picturesque journey across the Strait of Gibraltar.

Closest airports to Ceuta

The nearest airport to Ceuta, Spain is the Sania Ramel Airport in Tetouan, Morocco. From there, you can take a taxi or a bus to the ferry port in Tangier and then take a ferry to Ceuta. Alternatively, you can fly to the Malaga Airport in Spain and then take a bus or drive to Algeciras, where you can take a ferry to Ceuta.

Ferry routes to Ceuta

Ferry routes from Ceuta

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