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Nador Ferries (Morocco)

GNV ferries between France and Morocco

GRANDI NAVI VELOCI offers ferry services to Morocco on the new Nador - Sète (France) route. Discover this pearl of the Mediterranean and don't miss GNV's offers that have been especially designed for you!

A visit to Nador is a visit to a charming seaside town characterised by stunning beaches and its "zoco", a typical market where you can buy absolutely anything, as well as plenty of history and culture highlighted by its rich Islamic architecture. Book your ferry to Morocco now!

Crossing time is expressed with reference to access on board of the pilot in the port of destination (i.e. first pilot station). Any extra waiting time for docking and landing is beyond the Carrier's jurisdiction.

*Please verify the exact duration of the crossing while booking the trip, as the travel time varies for each trip

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Prices for 1 adult with pullman coach or Deck Ticket, outward only and no vehicle

BarcelonaSpain- Nador Morocco

Outward trip

Price from

€ 69

TRAVEL TIME*

28h 45min Direct


Inward trip

Price from

€ 69

TRAVEL TIME*

28h 45min Direct

NadorMorocco- Sète France

Outward trip

Price from

€ 51

TRAVEL TIME*

39h 45min Direct

/ 41h 30min With call Barcelona


Inward trip

Price from

€ 46

TRAVEL TIME*

38h 0min Direct

/ 42h 45min With call Barcelona

Boarding Times

Imbarco: 4h before departure

On arrival at the port

In all the ports where it operates, GNV makes its offices and staff available to passengers.

GNV Nador ticket office opening hours

Monday to Sunday: Only when ships are in operation, from 5 hours before until one hour after the ship's departure.

Check-in

Check-in procedures and passport control.

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What to see

Nador is a city on the northeast coast of Morocco, 432 km from Tangiers. It is one of the primary beach centres in Morocco and is located on a lagoon called the Mar Chica (Daughter of the sea). Some of the main things to see in the city include the Zoco, a characteristic city market, the Nador Mosque, and many architectural elements of Islamic origin.

Where to stay

Nador offers many solutions for accommodations, to meet any need. You can choose from among the hotels, bed & breakfasts, and flats located in the city centre or on the seafront, to be within easy reach of the primary points of interest.

 
What to eat

Try traditional Moroccan dishes in Nador restaurants such as couscous and tajine. Other typical dishes are B'stilla, made with spiced pigeon, and eggs scented with lemon and almonds, and Méchoui, made with lamb cooked over hot coals. And finally, try the Harira, a soup made with meat, tomatoes, and vegetables, cooked during Ramadan and for major celebrations such as weddings.