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Old 19 Feb 2011
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Algeciras-Ceuta ferry

Price of a ferry one way 1 person with a van, that i have finde on web, is about 150 - 160 euro. Does someone knows a cheeper ticket saleing place in Algeciras ? Any tips..?
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You can get a cheaper ticket, for sure, ask here:

Viajes en algeciras. Agencias de viajes y venta de billetes.
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Thanks Afrikiya :-))
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Tryed first link, not showing the price list, agencia de viajes Normandie, sent a mail, but recepient is unknown, so was not posibile to conntact via email. And i did not finde out the price.

Second link is the same one i was also looking before, prices 150 -160 euro.

Somewhere i reed about 100 euro ticket, but i just can not finde that thread now. I remember was also something behinde Lidl, so probably is that same agency Normandie.
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You are right; the agency next to Lidl is Normandie; I sent a mail to this adress ticket.gutierrez@telefonica.netand it's ok; no mail back reporting any problem.
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oooooooo, now i see, sorry i did not putt my glasses on yesterday

it us gutierrez and i wrotte guttierez, wrong dubble letters.

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ok

You better highlight, copy and paste the emai adresses to avoid mistakes.
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good idea
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“Carlos” the ferry ticket man is near LIDL at N 36.17926 W 5.44116
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Hi
Three weeks ago I bought one way ticket for fast ferry to Ceuta - 198 EUR (4 adults, 1 child, 1 Defender
Back 170 EUR for slow ferry, rest the same.

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Sounds similar to what I've paid a month ago, fast ferry Algeciras Ceuta open date return, I think it was 180 euros, car and 2 pax. But do shop around - I was quoted as much as 300 euros for the same ticket at another shop.
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Keep in mind you can go from Barcelona to Tanger Med for 200 euros.
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very good infos !!

thanks guys :-))

i am not sure if i can go from Barcelona, it takes too long... and i have two dogs with me. that's why i prefer to driwe all the way down to Algericas, ferry takes one hour only. i will consider also Almeira to Melilla or Nador, takes about 9 hours, dogs can keep it that long without leaving me a smelling present inside the car
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Priffe, i am still in the phase of changing mind... Algericas - Ceuta stays as a possibility, Almeira - Melilla is about 300 euros for one person and a van (dogs are not paying, i hope) and Barcelona - Tanger is only 200 euros and 24 hours (my dogs can keep it that long, i hope) so, if you can give me indications where to buy a 200 euros ticket or it is a same price everywhere in Barcelona ?
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go to
AFerry.com - Book Ferries to France, Ireland, Holland and all European ferry tickets
they don't ask about pets for booking a ticket
but get in touch with www.gnv.it for more information
I think dogs have to be locked up in a designed space
they need to have the certificate
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