How to travel to Morocco from Seville/Spain
One of the many benefits of taking a trip to Southern Spain is that you get to not only discover the beautiful, colourful cities of Andalucia and their rich culture, but you also get to easily and quickly travel to northern Africa since you’re already just a couple of hours away from Morocco. But how do you get there? How to travel to Morocco from Seville/Spain? In fact, it’s so easy that it’s very common for Spaniards to travel to Morocco for holidays by the beautiful beaches located on the coast or for a quick cultural escapade to the capital to stroll through the souks, walk the cosy colourful streets, enjoy the wonderful weather sun and of course, savouring the delicious local cuisine! So if you are thinking of coming to Seville, take a look at our article on how to travel to Morocco from Seville/Spain to see which is the fastest or most convenient way to travel to Morocco beautiful northern coast.
4 thoughts on “How to travel to Morocco from Seville/Spain”
Great information! I’m very excited to return to Morocco after being away for 10 years! I never made it Tangier. I’ll be visiting in Spain for 2 weeks so want to come for a short visit to beautiful Morocco. I’d love to chat with you about some options.
I’m intrigued and interested. I have 4 children and my wife with me. Children are 9,12,13,14. We are staying in Seville. I’d be interested in helicopter or Ryan air options but open to all options. We have a van and could drive to the coast. I’d like to ride a camel and see the market.
The helicopter is not the best option as you will be on the Spanish side of Morocco and you will have to do a border crossing and it is very chaotic and time-consuming. You will have to take taxis, change at the border, take another taxi or meet with your guide and travel to Tangier or Chefchaouen. If you are in Tangier for one or two days I’d suggest taking the ferry. You can take your van with you too or rather leave it in Tarifa and I will arrange your entire visit to Tangier or Morocco with vehicle and guide. If you stay longer in Morocco and visit other cities in Morocco like Marrakech or the desert taking the flight could be a good idea at least one way. You could take the ferry to arrive in Tangier and then take a flight back to Spain from Marrakech for example. I have very nice and family-friendly longer itineraries for Morocco including the desert and Marrakech, Fes and the Roman ruins too.
Hope this helps.
Thank you so much for sharing this guide! It is wonderful, I’m planning a trip to South Spain this autumn and was wondering how to visit Morocco. Your post really helps a lot.