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Ferries Playa Blanca

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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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Playa Blanca is a pretty little town in the extreme south of the island of Lanzarote, in the municipality of Yaiza, Canary Islands. It is situated on the Strait de la Bocayna, which separates it from the neighboring island of Fuerteventura by only 7 nautical miles (about 13 kilometers). Lanzarote offers a variety of landscapes suitable for those who love the sea and relaxation, as well as for those who prefer to enjoy the lush nature, venture inland and go hiking.

The port of Playa Blanca is considered an important connection point with the island of Fuerteventura, known worldwide for its almost lunar landscapes. The ferries from Playa Blanca will take you to the port of Corralejo, a small town in the north of the island that offers some of the most beautiful beaches of the whole island just a few kilometers from its port. Just a few steps from the dock, travelers will find a parking lot, car and scooter rentals, a few restaurants and bars, and a supermarket. On the way to the city center there are stores, more restaurants, a bank, a pharmacy, a tobacco store, hotels and cafes.

The shipping companies Lineas Romero, Fred Olsen and Naviera Armas serve the Playa Blanca Corralejo route all year round which is operated about 24 times a day. The route from Playa Blanca to Corralejo is completed in about 30 minutes, making for an easy day trip from one island to the other. 

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Playa Blanca ferries About Playa Blanca

If you are planning an road trip to the Canary Islands, keep in mind that all ferries (with the exception of Lineas Romero catamarans) can board any type of vehicle in Playa Blanca.

You will be able to reach Lanzarote Island from Fuerteventura in a short time and explore this wild place, whose vistas seem to be painted in the red and black of volcanic rocks, interspersed only by the white of the typical local houses.

Playa Blanca is currently one of the driving forces of tourism in the Canary Islands. The year-round mild climate and the perfect balance of nightlife and tranquility have made this island a paradise for visitors, while maintaining its trademark exclusivity and sophistication. Playa Blanca's seafront promenade is among the longest in Lanzarote and will allow you to stroll from the Pechiguera lighthouse to Playa Mujeres, washed by a crystal-clear sea in which you can dive year-round.

Nearby you can visit the Playas de Papagayo, a series of white sand beaches alternating with cliffs of black lava stone, making them ideal for swimming.

The area is part of Los Ajaches Natural Park, which, in addition to astonishing desert landscapes shaped by volcanic eruptions, is a jewel in the archaeological heritage of the island of Lanzarote, thanks to the engravings and traces left by ancient shepherds.

How to reach the boardings

Address: Muelle de Playa Blanca, 35580 Yaiza, Lanzarote

GPS Coordinates: 28º 51, 34′ N, 13º 50,02′ W

The port of Playa Blanca is just a few minutes walk from the town center. The port can be reached by car via the LZ-2 or LZ-702 highways. Lanzarote airport is about 28 km away. Cabs and shuttles to the airport and Arrecife town are also available.

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