Tangier Ferries (Morocco)
All GNV ferries between Italy and Morocco
Book your ferry to Tangier with GRANDI NAVI VELOCI and set off to discover Morocco! The GNV fleet provides all the comforts you would find on cruise ships and operates on a number of routes connecting Morocco to Italy and France.
Morocco is a land rich in mystery, dotted with fascinating imperial cities, as well as well-known seaside resorts, not forgetting the timeless charm of the Sahara Desert and the majestic Atlas Mountains. Book your ferry to Tangier now and set off on a journey of discovery to this fascinating land.
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- Tangier Morocco
Price from€ 57
31h 0min Direct
Price from€ 63
37h 0min Direct
GenoaLiguria- Tangier Morocco
Price from€ 60
51h 0min Direct
/ 53h 30min With call Barcelona
Price from€ 65
55h 0min Direct
/ 57h 0min With call Barcelona
SèteFrance- Tangier Morocco
Price from€ 98
42h 0min Direct
/ 48h 45min With call Barcelona
Price from€ 88
42h 30min Direct
/ 41h 0min With call Barcelona
Boarding: 4h before departure
As of 3 October 2012, 20 dirhams will be added to every ticket sold in Morocco as "droit de timbre" (stamp duty) (in accordance with articles 249 and 252 of the Moroccan General Tax Code).
On arrival at the port
In all the ports where it operates, GNV makes its offices and staff available to passengers.
GNV Tangier ticket office opening hours
Tangier Ville Travel Agency La Laurie
Monday to Saturday: 9.00 am/4.00 pm*
Tanger Med Port
Monday to Saturday: 10.00 am/4.00 pm (depending on ship operations)
Sunday: Only when ships are operating.
Tanger Med Check-in Office
Monday to Sunday: From when check-in opens 4 hours before departure to one hour after departure when ships are in operation.
Check-in procedures and passport control.
What to see
Tangiers is a city located on the northern coast of Morocco. Among the main things to see are the suggestive beaches and crystalline sea. Don’t miss the historic centre, La Medina, with a maze of suggestive alleys; the Grand Socco, the permanent market in the city; and the Kasbah district, the high part of the city with the Sultan’s Palace and Dar Makhzen. Finally, enjoy a stroll in the French Square, the centre of the city with its numerous cafés.
Where to stay
Recently, some of the old Medina Palaces were restored and transformed into delightful residences. They are very comfortable and have reasonable prices. Plus, the facilities are located in a strategic area since they allow easy access to the primary points of interest.
What to eat
Moroccan cuisine in Tangiers is known for its couscous, lamb-based recipes, and tajine, a speciality made with chicken, which takes its name from the traditional terracotta dish in which it is cooked. The dish is divided into two parts: the lower part which holds the food, and a cone-shaped lid that facilitates the descent of the condensation, enhancing the aroma of the food. Stop in one of the restaurants in the historic centre and enjoy a delicious break during your tour.