The Spanish and Moroccan authorities have intercepted three boats carrying a total of 27 sub-Saharan migrants.
Maritime Rescue vessels intercepted two small pneumatic dinghies on Monday as they attempted to make their way across the Strait of Gibraltar to mainland Spain.
Five children and a pregnant woman were among the passengers on board a small inflatable boat intercepted off the coast of Granada on Sunday evening.
A small boat carrying 35 men, 16 women (one pregnant) and 2 babies was intercepted on Thursday afternoon about 35 miles off the Almeria coast.
The search has resumed for 12 illegal immigrants missing after their boat capsized near Ceuta. Another 30 passengers were rescued alive.
Forty-five illegal immigrants, including two babies and two pregnant women, have been intercepted in the Alborán Sea.
Three boats carrying a total of 47 Algerian adult male migrants have so far been intercepted in the waters off Almeria. The boats were located at 05:00, 10:00 and noon on Saturday.
The weekend ended with a total of 20 small boats failing in their attempts to reach mainland Spain after being intercepted in the Strait of Gibraltar.
A 29-year-old immigrant died on Thursday morning on a boat making its way from North Africa to Spain.
Six boats carrying a total of 55 sub-Saharan migrants, two of them women, were intercepted in the Strait of Gibraltar on Friday by the Moroccan authorities. All were apparently in good health.