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Algeciras is a port city in the south of Andalusia, Spain, and is the largest city on the Bay of Gibraltar with around 116,000 inhabitants.

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Lisboa Hostal

Lisboa Hostal

A nice family-run Pension. Friendly and helpful staff, provided us with a map and oriented us as soon as we arrived. Nice clean room with great bathroom and balcony. Hot water was playing up when we were there, but this was fixed before we left and overall the shower was fantastic. Wifi is a plus. ... more


Algeciras Discussions

  • Ferry Spain-Marocco
    When I have passed by car I did Algeciras-Ceuta instead of Algeciras-Tanger, it is something cheaper and you can also fill your petrol tank in Ceuta much cheaper than Spain or Morocco. ...

  • gibraltar to morocco ferry
    You can do it, but keep in mind that the ferry doesn't leave from Gibraltar, but from Algeciras (Spain near Gibraltar). The ticket should be around 35 € (for just a seat). It can be that you have to wait several hours because the boat doesn't depart that often. Balearia is the cheapest boating ...

  • Malaga - Tarifa 15 of July...peraphps share transportation??
    Malaga to Algeciras (changing in Bobadilla, a lovely little town) and from Algeciras to Tarifa is only ...

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Algeciras Blog Entries

  • Algeciras/Gibraltar
    What started out as best laid plans ended up as a bit of a holy stuff up... literally. We had booked accommodation and bus tickets down the coast to Algeciras where it was going to be a small hop ...
    Posted in Andiamo Coles by mike1967

  • Algeciras, Spain
    One issue we had trying to purchase tickets to this port town in southern Spain was the Spanish lisp. Ç and S pronounced TH, leading to miscommunication. When I asked for two tickets to Algeciras, the attending responded Algethirith. Having figured it out once we wrote it down, we were on our way ...
    Posted in Culinary Sojourn by CulinarySojourn

  • Spain, from the bottom up
    Arrived in Algeciras around 9pm, very tired mostly from sitting and waiting so long for the ferry. Thankfully our hotel there Reina Cristina was amazing, felt and looked like a 5 star with great staff. Not much to see in Algciras itself. The next day we wandered through the main part of town and the small ...
    Posted in 2014 by Discovery84

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Ended up staying here as I arrived in Algeciras after the last bus to La Linia had left. Staff were charming - very friendly and helpful. The room was as that I would expect in an upper class hotel.
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