Gran Canaria

Compare ferries from Gran Canaria to Spain

There are 2 ferry routes operating between Gran Canaria and Spain offering you combined total of 2 sailings per week. Trasmediterranea operates 1 route, Las Palmas to Cadiz which runs 1 time weekly. Fred Olsen Express operates 1 route, Las Palmas to Huelva which runs 1 time weekly.

As the frequency and duration of crossings on some routes varies we would advise that you do a live search for crossings from Gran Canaria to Spain to get the most up to date information.

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Ferries from Gran Canaria to Spain

About Gran Canaria:

Gran Canaria is part of the Spanish Canary Islands in the Atlantic Ocean, situated off the northwest coast of Africa.

Due to the different climates and a variety of landscapes found on Gran Canaria, it’s commonly referred to as a ‘miniature continent’. Its diverse terrain comprises long beaches and dunes of white sand contrasting with green ravines and picturesque villages, whilst a third of the island has been declared a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve.

Although it’s only the third largest island, Gran Canaria makes up almost half of the population of the Canaries, which means vibrant bars, exquisite restaurants and fascinating museums are readily available.

Due to its centrality in the Canaries, Gran Canaria is a great departure point for the other islands in the archipelago. You can also sail to a couple of ports on mainland Spain, so there’s no shortage of ferry options.

About Spain:

Spain is a beautiful and diverse country located in the south west of Europe. As a country well known for its beaches, the geographical and cultural diversity in Spain often comes across as a surprise to its visitors.

This exotic country really has it all, from lush meadows, green valleys and hills to snowy mountains and almost desert zones in the South. No wonder Spain ranks the third most visited European country.

In terms of getting to Spain by ferry, with the North, East and South sides of the country facing the Sea, there’s no shortage of options. From the UK, there are regular scheduled crossings available and though the crossings on offer are long, the ships are cruise like in standard which makes for an extremely pleasant trip. The same applies to the connection across the Mediterranean Sea from Italy.

From the North African coast, you can depart from Morocco, Melilla and Algeria. The services from Morocco in particular are very popular with many companies operating the connection across the strait of Gibraltar.

The Balearic and Canary Islands provide numerous connections to the mainland.