All connections by ferry from Spain to Balearic Islands, Morocco, Algerie and Canary Islands can be booked on-line in real time with special fares.
The routes of Trasmediterranea ferries to Canary Islands are from Cadiz to Las Palmas, Arrecife, Tenerife. The route by ferry to Morocco are Malaga-Melilla, Malaga-Almeria, Nador-Almeria, Oran-Almeria andTangeri Med-Algeciras.
Trasmediterranea is the largest ship company for both cargo and passenger services linking the Spanish peninsula to the Balearic Islands, the Canary Islands, Ceuta and Melilla. Its internationally market continues to increase, with services to Morocco (via Tangier and Nador) and to Algeria (via Ghazaouet and Oran).
Trasmediterranea was founded in 1917 in Barcelona with a fleet of 45 ships. From 1978 to 2002, the company was state owned, the fleet was completely renovated, passenger terminals and facilities were greatly improved and services increased. Trasmediterranea has one of the most modern and best equipped fleets in Spain, by using the latest technological advances in security and quality on board services.
High speed ships are used for the shorter trips, where speed and convenience make the difference. On longer journeys, Trasmediterranea Ferries are equipped to provide the highest levels of comfort so that their passengers can find the journey an attractive part of their holiday.
Most of Transmediterranea Ferries are equippes with all the standards of modern day cruise liners and on board you’ll find a swimming pool, a choice of cabins, bars, restaurants, a cinema, TV room, disco, air conditioning and much more. All Trasmediterranea ships (except high speed ships) have on board shops where you can choose from a wide range of clothes, gifts and press. On routes between Cadiz and the Canary Islands, Algeciras and Ceuta and Almeria, Malaga and Melilla, and also on the international routes to Tangiers and Nador, duty free shops are available on board.