Ferries to Canary Islands

With access to live sailings and the best fares on all ferry routes to Canary Islands, at Direct Ferries you are sure to find the right ferry crossing at the lowest price.

We currently offer ferries to Canary Islands on around 39 ferry routes with a choice of up to 543 sailings weekly.

Follow the links of various ferries to Canary Islands below or to compare timetables and ferry prices now simply enter your details in our 'Fare Search'.
Canary Islands
Canary Islands
Ferries to Canary Islands
Canary Islands
Canary Islands

About Canary Islands:

The Canary Islands or the Canaries as they are sometimes called are twelve volcanic islands east of the north west coast of Africa and known to be attractive for their subtropical climate, beaches and beauty spots and interesting history. While each is a popular holiday destination, the largest, Tenerife, Fuerteventura, Gran Canaria and Lanzarote, are best known internationally.

Tenerife and Gran Canaria are Spain's second and third largest islands, the sites of this autonomous Spanish territory's twin capitals and home to most of the island group's two million residents.

Predominantly Spanish speaking, the population is a mixture of mostly Roman Catholic natives and migrants, many from mainland Spain.

Tenerife has two airports and four ports, and each of the other major islands has an airport and port. Gran Canaria has the largest airport and port, but Tenerife is a busier hub. There are inter-city trams and local buses on larger islands.

Though the majority of Canary Island ferry crossings are inter-island, you can get there from mainland Spain too via the ports of Cadiz and Huelva in the south west which connect you to the islands of Gran Canaria, Lanzarote and La Palma. Crossings from mainland Spain to the Canaries are long, though the ships are generally of a good standard so the journey should be a pleasant one.

If you’re flying in to one island before onward travel to another, then the main hub in the Canaries is Tenerife due to its airports, geographical position within the group of islands and the fact that you can reach most of the other islands from it.

Ferries to Canary Islands from Tenerife

1 Sailing Weekly
2 hour 45 minute crossing
Naviera Armas
3 Sailings Weekly
1 hour crossing
Naviera Armas
4 Sailings Daily
50 minute crossing
Fred Olsen Express
6 Sailings Weekly
3 hour 30 minute crossing
Naviera Armas
9 Sailings Weekly
2 hour 55 minute crossing
Fred Olsen Express
1 Sailing Weekly
8 hour 30 minute crossing
Trasmediterranea
4 Sailings Daily
2 hour 30 minute crossing
Naviera Armas
1 Sailing Weekly
8 hour 30 minute crossing
Trasmediterranea
1 Sailing Weekly
24 hour crossing
Trasmediterranea
5 Sailings Weekly
9 hour crossing
Naviera Armas
4 Sailings Weekly
10 hour 15 minute crossing
Naviera Armas
1 Sailing Weekly
6 hour 30 minute crossing
Naviera Armas
6 Sailings Daily
1 hour 20 minute crossing
Fred Olsen Express
Ferries to Canary Islands from Tenerife

Ferries to Canary Islands from Spain

Ferries to Canary Islands from Gran Canaria

Ferries to Canary Islands from Lanzarote

Ferries to Canary Islands from Fuerteventura

Ferries to Canary Islands from La Gomera

Ferries to Canary Islands from La Palma

Ferries to Canary Islands from El Hierro

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