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Ferries from Gran Canaria to Portugal

Our ferries from Gran Canaria to Portugal page is no longer available as there are currently no routes that we can offer you travelling between the 2 points.

If you would like to travel to an alternative destination from Gran Canaria it is possible to travel to Lanzarote, Spain, La Palma, Tenerife & Fuerteventura.

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About Gran Canaria

Gran Canaria is the second most populous island of the Canary Islands group, located around 150 km off the north western coast of Africa in the Atlantic Ocean.
Gran Canaria is known as a "Miniature Continent" due to the varying climates and variety of landscapes found, with long beaches and dunes of white sand, contrasting with green ravines and picturesque villages.
Gran Canaria is a beach lover’s dream with a convivial atmosphere and duty-free shopping, however the island’s attraction is its wonderful climate making it an ideal all year round tourist hot spot.

About Portugal

Portugal, officially the Portuguese Republic is located in the west and southwest parts of the Iberian Peninsula in southwestern Europe, and is the westernmost country in continental Europe.

Portugal is bordered by Spain to the north and east and by the Atlantic Ocean to the west and south. In addition, Portugal includes two archipelagos in the Atlantic, Azores and Madeira Islands.
Portugal has witnessed a constant flow of different civilizations during the past 3,100 years. Iberian, Tartessian, Celtic, Phoenician and Carthaginian, Greek, Roman, Germanic (Suevi and Visigoth), Egyptian, Semitic (Arabic, Jewish, etc.), Moorish and other cultures have all made an imprint on the country's culture, history, language and ethnic make up.
Portugal is trying to develop a cultural and rustic tourism, rather than only beach tourism, in order to attract more affluent tourists often concerned in getting to know the real Portugal. The interior of the nation has a decreasing population, but exceptional touristic potential. The Algarve, with its different beaches has been the primary attraction for decades.

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