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There are various options to reach the province of Cadiz by boat. On the one hand, the city of Cadiz has a port that - apart from being a port of call for major cruise lines - is connected to the Canary Islands by a regular ferry service.

There are also ferry services to Ceuta or Tangiers from the Campo de Gibraltar and, at a local level, special mention should be made of the catamarans that crosses the Bay of Cadiz and connects the municipalities of Rota, Cádiz and El Puerto de Santa María.

 

Ship travel options

 

Cádiz - Rota - Cádiz 

          Catamaran

  • An average of 8 daily services Monday to Friday and approximately 7 daily services Saturdays, Sundays and Holidays.
  • Line B-065
  • Company: UTE Catamaranes Bahía de Cádiz
  • Line Cádiz - Rota 

 

Cádiz - El Puerto de Santa María - Cádiz

           Catamaran

  • An average of 17 daily services Monday to Friday and approximately 12 daily services Saturdays, Sundays and Holidays. An average of 3 services (22.00 pm to 1.35 pm) on Fridays and Saturdays (July and August)
  • Line B-042
  • Company: UTE Catamaranes Bahía de Cádiz
  • Line Cádiz - El Puerto de Santa María

 

Algeciras - Ceuta - Algeciras

           Ferry

 

Algeciras - Tánger Med - Algeciras

           Ferry

 

Tarifa - Tánger - Tarifa 

           Ferry

 

Cádiz - Las Palmas - Cádiz

          High-speed ship

 

Cádiz - Arrecife - Cádiz

           High-speed ship

 

Cádiz - Santa Cruz de la Palma - Cádiz

           High-speed ship

 

Cádiz - Santa Cruz de Tenerife - Cádiz

           High-speed ship

 

Last update: April 2013 

 

 

Cádiz es singular, es plural.
Cádiz, el viento de la historia.