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Ferries Fuerteventura

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 From June 1th to September 30th, The Concell Insular de Formentera regulates the entry of motor vehicles on the island. See more.
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Ferries to Fuerteventura Ferry connections and travel information!

If there is one place in the Canary islands that embodies the myth of the always-sunny paradise with endless white sand beaches, crystal-clear waters and a peaceful lifestyle that respects nature and human beings, it is undoubtedly Fuerteventura.

For this reason, it is one of the favorite places for tourists visiting the archipelago and is becoming increasingly popular among "digital nomads."

Fuerteventura is the second largest of the Canary Islands and is located less than 100 km from the African coast. The name seems to suggest the importance of wind to its territory and probably its good fortune: in addition to mitigating high temperatures, the currents that lash Fuerteventura transport from the Sahara the sand that makes up its beaches and create extraordinary landscapes, such as the dunes of Corralejo, as well as making it one of the most popular places in Europe for surfing and windsurfing.

🚢 How to get to Fuerteventura by ferry.

If you are on the mainland and want to reach Fuerteventura by sea, there is only one route available:

Cadiz ➔ Puerto del Rosario

Within the archipelago, Fuerteventura lies between Lanzarote and Gran Canaria and is well connected by ferries by Fred. Olsen Express , Naviera Armas and Líneas Romero.

TIP: this itinerary is in high demand, so we recommend booking well in advance, especially if you are traveling with a vehicle or want to secure specific accommodations, such as a pet-friendly cabin

An alternative solution to ferries from Cadiz may be to depart from Huelva to Las Palmas and then select one of the routes to Fuerteventura.

From Gran Canaria it is possible to reach Fuerteventura via two connections:

• Las Palmas - Morro Jable (suitable for a day trip).

Las Palmas - Puerto del Rosario

If you are in Lanzarote, Fuerteventura can be reached by the routes:

• Arrecife - Puerto del Rosario

• Playa Blanca - Corralejo (suitable for a day trip).

Where to stay in Fuerteventura

Corralejo for young people. Corralejo is located in the north of the island, just across from Lanzarote. Some of the best resort and nightlife can be found here. There is no shortage of beaches, given the proximity of the Parque Natural de las Dunas de Corralejo, which are very wide and washed by beautiful turquoise waters.

Morro Jable for beaches. Located on the Jandía Peninsula, Morro Jable is on the southern coast and is the closest port to Gran Canaria. Here you will also find many tourist facilities and, all around, wonderful beaches and breathtaking landscapes, such as the immense Playa del Matorral or the striking Playa de Cofete, at the foot of the Pico de la Zarza. Morro Jable is also chosen for its climate, warm, sunny and protected from the northeast wind.

Caleta de Fuste with the family. Here there are beaches with calm waters sheltered from the wind, ideal for bathing even the youngest children. The village is charming, small and quiet, but there is no shortage of bars and restaurants and all the tourist facilities. Nearby is Oasis Park, a zoo with a botanical garden, and the historic town of Betancuria, which is well worth a visit.

Ready to go? Here is more useful information for your next ferry trip to Fuerteventura! 🚢

Ferries to Fuerteventura Travel options, onboard accommodations and offers

Are you on the mainland and want to travel to Fuerteventura? The ferry can offer many advantages.

The crossing from Cadiz to Puerto del Rosario takes about 30 hours, but you will spend it aboard the larger and better equipped ships of the Naviera Armas company.

You will be able to bring your own vehicle on board. All boats have spacious garages and, if you book in advance, you can bring your car, motorcycle, camper or van with you without any problems.

You will not have to worry about luggage. If you travel by car, there are no limits, but even on foot the maximum luggage allowance is 60 kg and up to 4 suitcases per passenger.

Your pet can travel with you. All ships have kennels on board, which can be visited while sailing. In addition, there are several pet-friendly cabins, which will allow you to have your four-legged friend with you at all times.

You will be able to enjoy the services on board. In addition to several bars and restaurants offering all kinds of options, you will have access to entertainment areas, stores, viewing terraces, a children's area, and entertainment for all ages.

You can choose your preferred accommodation. In addition to the chair, which will always be included in your reservation, you can add a private cabin with toilet by paying an additional fee, from the simplest and cheapest, through those with sea views, to suites with additional services and maximum comfort.For shorter trips between the Canary Islands, some services are limited due to the length of the crossing.  

In any case, on all boats you will find bar facilities, armchairs and seating, viewing terraces, cages for your pets, and walking areas. Vehicles can board all lines, with the exception of the Líneas Romero connections.  

If you are a resident of the Canary Islands, you are eligible for a discount on all routes! Check the box when you enter your information on MrFerry and you can compare all offers at the already discounted price.

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Offers and special prices for large groups

Mr Ferry can calculate you some quotes for large groups with or without vehicle (bus, but also car or motorbike). If you are at least 10 people travelling, please ask for a special price by filling out the specific form. Our staff will contact you soon to calculate the best available offer!

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