Algeciras

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The passenger and commercial port of Algeciras is Europe’s shortest connecting point to Africa while it connects the Mediterranean to the Atlantic Ocean.

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Algeciras, go straight to the Strait of Gibraltar

Algeciras, according to Strabo, the Greek historian and geographer, was the ancient town of Carteia that, in Roman times, was named Portus Albus. The passenger and commercial port is Europe’s shortest connecting point to Africa while it connects the Mediterranean to the Atlantic Ocean. Today it is a modern city of the province Cadiz with wealthy residents that do business in fishing and trade. Travel to the western point of the Strait of Gibraltar with cheap ferry tickets to Algeciras through Let’s Ferry.

Plaza Alta in Algeciras


Top attractions
- Visit Plaza Alta, the main square of the city, to see the fountain and walk on the paved roads with the palm trees and the traditional houses. Enjoy local recipes in one of the many restaurants of the area.
- At the Municipal Museum of Algeciras (Museo Municipal de Algeciras) you can see findings from excavations dating back to the prehistoric period and reaching modern days. It’s 4 km from the port.
- At the Moroccan quarter you will enjoy traditional tea, local treats and you can also buy Moroccan embroideries.
- Travel to Gibraltar by car or bus to see its famous rock, 25 km from the port. On its north side you can see the tunnels that were used in World War II. 
- Visit some of the area’s attractions like the Grand Casemates square and the botanical gardens of La Alameda.

Top beaches
- Playa de El Rinconcillo
, is close to the port. It is unspoilt with shallow, transparent waters and white sand, the perfect spot to enjoy the stunning sunset. 
- Playa de Getares is frequently connected with a bus to Algeciras, since it is 6 km away. The coast is wide, sandy, free to the public with turquoise waters and there is also a promenade with cafes.
- Playa de Palmones is a large, sandy beach, a meeting point for kite surfers. Take a selfie with the rock of Gibraltar as your impressive background.

The port of Algeciras


Top activities
- Hiking and climbing at river Rio De La Miel and the forest around it. This river inspired many artists like local Paco de Lucia. Make sure you have a pair of comfortable shoes with you to go through a 12 km long trail with trees and waterfalls that form natural pools. 
- Spend a day at Bahia, the family waterpark with different kinds of waterslides. The most famous ones are the Wild River and Twisted Junior. 
- Explore the Garganta del Capitan, a tropical forest, 8 km from the port. It’s a green heaven which local people ignored its existence until recently. Lakes, forests, waterfalls in a scenery taken from a fairy tale, within the limits of Los Alcornocales Nature Reserve!

Tip: You can reach the port by bus, car, train or ferry. Gibraltar’s airport is 10 km away and there is a direct bus line operating frequently. Visit the coastal town in Andalusia with cheap ferry tickets to Algeciras through Let’s Ferry. You can receive them up at home or collect them at the port.

Information about the port of Algeciras

The port is connected to Tanger and Ceuta. The facilities you will find at the port are free Wi-Fi, taxis, car rentals, luggage storage, cafés, shopping centre, private parking.

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