This particular journey that the fast ferry just completed as it pulls into the harbour of Tarifa in Province of Cadiz in Andalusia, Spain, left Tanger, Africa within the last hour. This is the average time that the ferry crossing takes between Africa and Spain which carries passengers as well as cars.Not many people realize how close Africa is and while visiting Tarifa, Spain, why not board the fast ferry to an entirely different culture for a day or two. While aboard the fast ferry, you can enjoy the luxuries of the cafe/snack bar, the outdoor seating and comfortable indoor seating, the beautiful scenery, the ocean life as well as the pleasures of the duty free shop.Many people that visit Tanger, Africa from the harbour of Tarifa, Spain choose the option of walking on to the fast ferry, as it is less expensive and you can wander around the port once you arrive. For those wanting to explore further while reaching their destination points, having some form of transportation can sometimes be a blessing.Not only does the ferry depart and arrive in the harbour of Tarifa in Andalusia, Spain but also leaves from the ports in Cadiz, Algeciras, Gibraltar, Malaga and Almeria. Each route takes you to different locations but the fast ferry that leaves from Tarifa and Gibraltar will take you to Tanger. From Algeciras, Spain you will arrive in Ceuta, Africa and from Malaga and Almeria, Spain the destination point is Melilla, Africa. Ferries that leave from Cadiz head to the Canary Islands which is a longer crossing.While you have made it Tarifa in Andalusia, Spain on your vacation, try the fast ferry service to Africa as you may never get the chance to experience it again.Fast Ferry which operates between Tarifa (Spain) and Tanger (Africa) arriving in the harbour in the town of Tarifa, Strait of Gibraltar, Costa de la Luz, Province of Cadiz, Andalusia (Andalucia), Spain, Europe.
I photographed this photo with the digital SLR camera model Canon EOS-1Ds Mark III, aperture of f/6.3, exposure time of 1/200 sec. on ISO 100, as always I used a original Canon Lens, the focus lenght for this picture was 130mm.
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