"a beautiful crossing"
Reviewed 09 May 2014 by Bouchra
Everything went well
'Bouchra' travelled Las Palmas Morro Jable with Fred Olsen Express on Bonanza Express
Reviewed 09 May 2014 by Juan Bautista
The sea was a bit rough so soem of the passengers got sick. The treatment from the staff was wonderful.
'Juan Bautista' travelled Las Palmas Morro Jable with Fred Olsen Express on Bonanza Express
"Everything good "
Reviewed 24 March 2014 by Thomas
On time, "Everything good with Fred Olsen. Super. The equipment (seats) of the ship, however, were slightly attacked. "
'Thomas' travelled Las Palmas Morro Jable with Fred Olsen Express on Bonanza Express
"A happy journey "
Reviewed 23 August 2013 by Justo
We had a comfortable and quiet journey. God service and the staff was nice and correct.
'Justo' travelled Las Palmas Morro Jable with Fred Olsen Express on Bonanza Express
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Las Palmas de Gran Canaria is a Spanish city in Gran Canaria in the Canary Islands (Spain). It is the capital of the island as well as the main port. Founded in 1478, Las Palmas de Gran Canaria boasts an important historical and cultural heritage, much of which can be found in the district of Vegueta, the oldest quarter of the town, which was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1990. Originating from a Castilian military encampment on the right hillside of the ravine Barranco de Guiniguada the first settlement, named Real de Las Palmas, expanded towards the banks of the ravine developing into the quarters of Vegueta and Triana on the right and left bank of the Barranco de Guiniguada. Today these two historic quarters are separated by Las Palmas’ major highway, Calle Juan de Quesada, which crosses the Barranco de Guiniguada and leads out of town to the centre of island.
Morro Jable is a town situated in the southernmost part of the island of Fuerteventura, in the municipality of Pájara, in the Canary islands (Spain).
What was once a small fishing village with only 200 inhabitants, Morro Jable has now grown into one of the biggest holiday resorts for tourists on the island (with around 8,000 inhabitants). It was during the early eighties that tourism first took off after the construction of the first Robinson club.
At this time you could only get to the resort via rough sand tracks and it wasn't until 1982 when the new main road was finished that things really started to happen. Despite all the tourism the old village still remains intact and there is a quaint harbour in the west of the town which is used by local fishermen and yachtsmen and you can still escape the hustle and bustle should you wish to take a leisurely walk along the promenade or check out one of the local beaches.