Agaete is a small commune on the province of Las Palmas, one of the towns that are located on the west coast of Gran Canaria. The only ferry route departing the port is to Santa Cruz de Tenerife on the island of Tenerife, lasting just over an hour.
Is there a ferry from Agaete?
Fred Olsen Express provide Agaete ferries connecting Gran Canaria, Canary Islands with 1 destination. Ferries from Agaete sail approximately 6 times a day and up to 44 times a week.
Where can I get a ferry from Agaete?
Agaete ferries sail to Santa Cruz de Tenerife.
How long is the ferry from Agaete?
Ferries from Agaete sail in approximately 1h 20m. Ferry times can change from season to season.
Popular routes from Agaete
Ferries from Agaete - Santa Cruz de Tenerife sail approximately 44 times per week with a crossing time of 1h 20m. The average price of a Agaete - Santa Cruz de Tenerife ferry is about £125.55.
How much do ferries from Agaete cost?
Ferry price from Agaete can range between £38.03 and £269.62 depending on various factors such as the route, season, operator and type of ship.
Is there a car ferry from Agaete?
Yes, you can take a car ferry from Agaete with Fred Olsen Express. For more information on routes and car ferry prices view our Deal Finder.
Are foot passengers allowed on ferries from Agaete?
Foot Passengers are allowed on ferries from Agaete. You can travel as a foot passenger from Agaete with Fred Olsen Express.
Can I take my pet on the ferry from Agaete?
You can take your pet on the ferry from Agaete with Fred Olsen Express. For more information about pet accommodation and fees please view our Deal Finder.
Can I book a cabin on ferries from Agaete?
Cabins are available on some ferry routes from Agaete. Operators that have cabins on ferries from Agaete include Fred Olsen Express. Check our Deal Finder for the best option for you.
What is there to do in Agaete?
Traditional docks lined with fishermen prompt copious restaurants serving delicious seafood, much to the benefit of the frequent tourists that visit the sleepy town to enjoy the laid back atmosphere and charming architecture. Simplistic houses donned in an all-white coat are required by law, varnished with a green or brown door in the centre or a blue door by the port, creating an eminent glow throughout the quaint streets and stylish harbour. The appearance of Agaete suggests Greek heritage, yet the town is authentically Spanish, boasting a warm climate and a natural habitat for growing fruit.
For the majority of the year, Agaeta is a sleepy town operating on a laid back
level of carefree relaxation, though it does have its lively moments; a fiesta festival takes place in the community every August, where the locals culminate in a sea of religious energy, offering food and drink to anyone who wishes to join the celebration. A music festival occurs later in the month for those who wish to let loose in the summer sun