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Enjoyable experience on the ferry the rolling of the sea was very relaxing the seats wer wider and softer then the airlines with plenty of legroom. There was plenty of room to walk around and stretch one's legs. The crew spoke enough English for me to get by not speaking much Spanish. The extras (internet, all things to drink) were a little expensive.Read More Read Less
"Overall a good experience"
We enjoyed the time on the ferry. We were going to be on the islands for an extended time, so the ferry allowed less restrictions with luggage and was why we chose this route instead of flying. It turned out to be an overall good experience, we had only reserved seats. We had just done another ferry trip north of Europe and this one was much more affordable. There was a meal plan for 30 euro for both days we would be on the ship that we didn´t know about until later. We also didn´t know that sleeping in communal areas was tolerated, if posted that it was not permitted, so even though we were some of the first to board, we didn´t know to claim a sleeping space outside of the pullman seats until it was too late and they were all taken. The on-board entertainment was wonderful. We had a smooth ride and my son was able to get in the pool and bingo was available and other activities which made the ride go by quicker. The food was delicious and both food and drinks were very reasonably priced. The three things that could have been better 1. It was freezing at night, much colder than was necessary. We didn´t plan on bringing a blanket to the Canary Islands. 2. It would be nice if they would play different movies in different areas, we had to leave our area because the movie that was playing was not appropriate for children to watch. 3. The seats and benches could all use a thorough scrubbing, all of the couches had mould-dirt spots between the cushions, the seats were covered with crumbs and general dirt. The floors and easily wipable surfaces were clean, but it needed a good scrubbing, or wipes made available for those who would like to clean their own seat, as we were sleeping on them all night. We would use the ferry again, now knowing a few important things that we didn´t before!Read More Read Less
The Huelva Las Palmas ferry route connects Spain with Gran Canaria and is currently operated by 2 ferry companies. The Fred Olsen Express service runs up to 2 times per week with a sailing duration of around 36 hours while the FRS VI service runs up to 1 times per week with a duration from 34 hours 15 minutes.
So that’s a combined 3 sailings on offer per week on the Huelva Las Palmas route between Spain and Gran Canaria. Compare now and get the best fare at the time that you want to travel.
The Spanish city of Huelva is the capital of the province of Huelva in the autonomous region of Andalusia in the south west of Spain. The city, and its port, lies on the Gulf of Cadiz, where the River Odiel and River Tinto meet. The city's long history dates back to around 3,000 BC and many Roman artefacts have been uncovered in the city which bears testament to the Roman mint that was once located in the city.
Visitors to Huelva will find many things to do and see in the city and the surrounding area. There are a number of sites that have an association with the explorer Christopher Columbus which include Moguer, Palos de la Frontera and the Rabida Monastery. In addition to these sites there are fine examples of Baroque architecture to be found in the Condado part of the city. One of the highlights of the city's cultural calendar is the Pilgrimage of el Rocio, which has been declared of International Tourist Interest.
The ferry port at Huelva is located in the Exterior Port and is accessible via a free bus service that takes travellers from the port to Huelva city centre on arrival and from the city centre to the port for departures.
The Spanish city of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria is the capital of the island of Gran Canaria, in the Canary Islands. The city lies in the north eastern part of the island and sits across two bays and a number of lovely beaches. The city was founded in 1478 and has an important cultural and historical heritage which seems to be centred in the district of Vegueta which is the oldest part of the city and was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1990. The city is also home to one of the most important ports, Puerto de la Luz, in Europe which helps to give the city a lovely cosmopolitan feel. There are many things to see and do in the city but a short distance away from the city's centre visitors will find lovely beaches and crystal clear waters.
From the city's port ferry services provide connections to several islands (Fuerteventura, Lanzarote, La Palma, Tenerife) and also the south of Spain (Huelva and Cadiz).