Trips to Ceuta

Boat Trips to Ceuta from Puerto Banus, Marbella. Boat Trips to Ceuta will provide you with unforgettable sensations. Ceuta is a magical city that arouses admiration with the oriental remnants of its past. It is here where European, Christian, Hindu, Muslim and Jewish cultures meet.

Boat Trips to Ceuta

By visiting Ceuta you can see many sights in city such as the Arab baths, the fortress on Mount Hacho, the museums and the many viewpoints make Ceuta a great city to visit. Also, the Parador de Ceuta will be more than happy to welcome you in and make your stay in Ceuta unforgettable.

Why You Should Visit Ceuta

A boat trip to Ceuta will give you the chance to: cruise across the famed Strait of Gibraltar. Set foot on the “African” continent. Wander through the city’s 1,000+ year old city walls and fortresses.

The legacy of old times creates an exotic mixture that appears to the eyes of visitors in the old Arab medina, Christian churches, mosques and synagogues. And all in one place. Until now, Ceuta is a city of many religions, customs and traditions. The rich history has made it so that currently Ceuta attracts people who are fascinated by multiculturalism and are characterized by curiosity about the world.

Climate

Ceuta has a maritime-influenced Subtropical/Mediterranean climate, similar to nearby Spanish and Moroccan cities. The average diurnal temperature variation is relatively low; the average annual temperature is 18.8°C with average yearly highs of 21.4°C and lows of 15.7°C.

Ceuta has relatively mild winters for the latitude, while summers are warm yet milder than in the interior of Southern Spain, due to the moderating effect of the Straits of Gibraltar. Summers are very dry, but yearly precipitation is still at 849 mm (33.4 in), which could be considered a humid climate if the summers were not so arid.

Location

Ceuta Map

Trips to Ceuta, Spanish autonomous city on the north coast of Africa, separated by 14km from Cadiz province on the Spanish mainland by the Strait of Gibraltar and sharing a 6.4km land border with M’diq-Fnideq Prefecture in the Kingdom of Morocco. It lies along the boundary between the Mediterranean Sea and the Atlantic Ocean.

Cruise Time: 12h

Length: 11.99 m
Beam: 4.20 m
Engine: 2 x 425HP Cummins QSB 6.7
Cabins: 2
Place to sleep: 4 + 2
Toilets: 2

Included: Skipper, fuel, drinks: still water, sparkling water, coca-cola, coca-cola light, fanta, beer, cava, white wine and snacks.

Price: 2400€

Cruise Time: 12h

Length: 17.55 m
Beam: 4.50 m
Engine: 2 x 900HP MAN
Cabins: 3
Place to sleep: 6 + 2
Toilets: 2

Included: Skipper, fuel, drinks: still water, sparkling water, coca-cola, coca-cola light, fanta, beer, cava, white wine and snacks.

Price: 4100€

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