- Dra med musen över hamnarna så visas rutterna.
- Om du klickar på en hamn öppnas en lista med alla tillgängliga rutter. I listan leder den blå bokningssymbolen till bokning eller ytterligare information.
- Om du klickar på hamnen igen avaktiveras den markerade rutten.
- Om du zoomar kartan visas fler och mindre hamnar.
- Linjer: svart = färja, blå: fraktfärja, grön = tåg, streckad: färjan går inte året runt (endast säsong)

Book ferries online to and from Italy, France, Spain, Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia, Malta, Corsica, Sardinia, and Sicily

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Ferries online to and from Italy, France, Spain, Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia, Malta, Corsica, Sardinia, and Sicily

The Western Mediterranean Sea is located between southern Europe and North Africa with a narrow connection to the Atlantic. To the north there are the countries of Spain, France and Italy; to the south, Morocco, Algeria and Tunisia. There are many holiday islands, such as Mallorca, Ibiza, Corsica, Sardinia, Elba, Ischia, Capri, Sicily and Malta. The Strait of Gibraltar is a sea highway. Countless ferries connect the most important ports and islands with each other.

Countless ferry companies connect the most important ports in the Western Mediterranean Sea.

The ferry companies Trasmediterranea, Balearia, FRS, Navline, Inter Shipping and Naviera Armas connect Spain, Morocco and the Balearic Islands with each other, while Algérie Ferries and Corsica Linea sail between France and Algeria. Corsica Ferries, Corsica Linea and Moby Lines offer a dense ferry network to Corsica and Sardinia, while Tirrenia primarily calls at Sardinia and Sicily. The luxurious ferries of Grimaldi Lines and Grandi Navi Veloci connect the large ports of Rome (Civitavecchia), Naples, Palermo, Genoa, Barcelona, Tangier und Tunis.

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