The Barcelona – Nador ferry is a very popular crossing to get to Morocco from Spain. You will be on the boat for about 27 hours, this can be a very interesting option if you would like to travel from the Netherlands by car, for example.
Ferry Barcelona – Nador
The ferry from Barcelona to Nador is a popular crossing from Spain to Morocco. Because there is a lot to see and do in Barcelona, people find it a nice starting point because you can also see something of this beautiful city.
Timetable Barcelona – Nador
Currently there is one ferry company that offers this route, this is Grandi Navi Veloci (GNV). Departure days are very irregular, so it is often best to make a booking on the GNV site or elsewhere.
- The boat goes once every four days.
- The boat almost always leaves at 10:00 AM.
- As it stands, this boat does not operate in the low season.
- In high season the boat goes once a week. Times are irregular so please check carefully.
On this crossing, GNV has very irregular departure times, so check these carefully.
Departure, sailing time & arrival
GNV recommends arriving at least 2 hours before check-in for this route.
Edifici Est, World Trade Center, Moll de Barcelona, 08039 Barcelona, Spain
The crossing in the direction of Morocco takes about 27 hours.
La route del port n25 , Beni-Enzar .، Nador 62900, Morocco
Ferry to Barcelona and Nador costs
For a single ticket with this route you will lose at least € 140,- for a single ticket (return €236,- return). These costs are often much higher. For example, if you travel with two passengers in a car, the costs quickly add up to €560.
Nador (Berber: ⵏⵏⴰⴹⵓⵔ, Arabic: الناضور) is a city located in the northeast of Morocco. The city has around 160,000 inhabitants and, in addition to a large port, also has its own airport. The city has many hotels but is not very geared to tourism, because many Moroccans living in Europe travel to Nador in the summer. The city is busy doing more for tourists in the future.
Frequently Asked Questions
There are a number of questions that are often asked about this crossing:
Which ferry companies operate between Barcelona and Nador
What are good alternatives to this crossing?