Day Trip to Morocco from Spain

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Day Trip to Morocco from Spain

Day Trip to Morocco from Spain

Making a getaway to Morocco departing from Spain, is one of the attractions and activities that most attracts travelers who are visiting any of the different points of southern Spain, Andalusia.

For several reasons, but without a doubt its proximity to the Iberian Peninsula and the great cultural contrast it offers, just a few kilometers away makes more and more people take a Day Trip to Morocco from Spain.

Day Trips to Morocco from Seville and Malaga

Y is that these two cities are two of the main international travel destinations, so it could not be less.

From these destinations there are day trips to Morocco, even 2 and 3 day getaways, for those travelers who want to spend some night in these exotic places.

Tangier Tour from Seville

Excursion to Tangier from Malaga

Tour to Morocco from Tarifa

Tarifa is one of the key places to get to Morocco, and is that from here leave a large number of ferries to the Port of Tangier, so excursions departing from Seville or Malaga pass through here.

Therefore, if you are in the province of Cadiz or arrive here by your means, we recommend choosing one of the different options to visit Morocco by ferry.

And of course, having more days to travel, it is highly recommended to spend some night to visit Chaouen, Asilah, Tetouan and Tangier.

Tangier Tour from Tarifa

Excursion to Chaouen from Tarifa

Tours to Morocco from Algeciras

Very close to Tarifa, is the port of Algeciras, another of the most important ports to cross the African continent.

Here ferries have a different route since their destination is Ceuta, from which excursions are made to discover part of the northern part of Morocco and bordering the Rif mountain range.

Morocco Tour from Algeciras

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