Corvo

Compare ferries from Corvo to Flores

There is currently just the 1 ferry route running between Corvo and Flores operated by 1 ferry company – Atlanticoline. The Vila Nova do Corvo to Santa Cruz ferry crossing operates weekly with a scheduled sailing duration from about 40 minutes.

Whilst we’ve taken great care to ensure the information on this page is correct, as the frequency and duration of crossings on all routes can vary from time to time we’d advise that you get a live quote for current availability on this Corvo Flores crossing between Vila Nova do Corvo and Santa Cruz.

Corvo Flores Ferry Map

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Ferries from Corvo to Flores

About Corvo:

Corvo is the smallest and northernmost island of the Portuguese Azores archipelago in the North Atlantic Ocean.

Thanks to its small size and laidback locals, Corvo offers a peaceful island experience where you can stroll through picturesque towns and hike up beautiful hills like Monte Grosso, the island’s highest peak. You can even dive, snorkel and sea kayak at Europe’s most westerly point, due to its location on the Mid-Atlantic Ridge.

Corvo is also renowned for being an excellent birdwatching destination, as it is home to an array of interesting species including shearwaters, Azores wood pigeons and other North American migratory birds.

The island’s port can be found in the main settlement of Vila do Corvo in the southernmost tip, where frequent sailings are provided to the neighbouring island of Flores to the south.

About Flores:

Flores forms part of the Western Group in the Portuguese archipelago of the Azores, a group of small islands spread across the North Atlantic.

The island gets its name from the prevalence of wild flowers, mostly blue or pink in colour, and many other indigenous botanical species. The floral population also earned Flores a place on the UNESCO World Biosphere Reserve list in 2009, so you’re guaranteed some breath-taking scenic walks.

Flores also has plenty of exciting opportunities for climbers and mountaineers. Particularly the Groto de Enxareus, a vast cavern measuring fifty metres long and twenty five metres wide. Morro Alto is the highest point, reaching over nine hundred metres, offering wonderful views of the crater lakes as well.

In terms of cultural appeal, Flores is home to the westernmost town in Europe, Faja Grande, whilst the small town of Fajazinha on the west coast is known for its pretty, ruinous water mills and white washed houses.

You can reach Flores from every island in the Azores by ferry, arriving in Lajes Das Flores on the south coast. There are slightly more sailings from the neighbouring island of Corvo to the north. Ferries on this route also dock in Santa Cruz, found just up the coast.