Fourteen sub-Saharan migrants, including a pregnant woman, have been intercepted while trying to reach the Spanish coast.
The Maritime Rescue Service has escorted a small boat carrying 47 passengers to the port of Tarifa.
A forest fire which began on Sunday evening near Tarifa, Cádiz province, has been stabilised.
A veritable armada of 23 small boats was intercepted this morning as they headed for the Spanish mainland near Gibraltar, the largest single mass arrival for ten years.
The Maritime Rescue Service has intercepted a total of 18 sub-Saharan migrants, 17 men and a woman, heading for mainland Spain in two toy dinghies.
Maritime Rescue have intercepted a boat carrying 24 sub-Saharan migrants, including a pregnant woman and three babies, in the Strait of Gibraltar as they tried to sneak into mainland Spain.
The Spanish and Moroccan authorities have intercepted two small inflatable boats attempting to cross the Strait of Gibraltar.
The Maritime Rescue Service has intercepted 31 sub-Saharans, including three women and a baby, who were trying to make their way to Spain in small boats.
Two boats carrying a total of 12 migrants were intercepted off Tarifa on Friday morning by Maritime Rescue vessels after calls were received from passengers on board the vessels and from people in Morocco.
At around 08:00, a passenger on a small boat called the authorities to tell them that they were drifting in the Strait of Gibraltar after their engine failed and Marine Rescue and Red Cross officers were sent to locate the vessel.