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Ferries to La Gomera
9 Ferry crossings from 5 Ports

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La Gomera Ferry Timetable

The perfect place to come for a peaceful retreat and to witness a range of different ecosystems, the dense mountainous landscape is perfect for taking hiking trips, and for venturing deep into the surrounding woodland. With over 184 hour ferry crossings to La Gomera weekly, on over 8 different routes, book now with Direct Ferries to find the best ferry at the best price for you, from over 5 different destinations, giving you the choice you need for making the perfect journey.

As there are up to 184 ferries running a week from 5 different destinations, both within La Gomera, and from Tenerife and from La Palma, there is not one ferry timetable. Ferry sailings can also be affected by last minute changes as well as seasonal impacts, such as what time of year you are travelling, so having one specific timetable is impossible, but we will always give you the most important information before you make your booking.

How much the ferry to La Gomera costs is dependent on a range of factors, from time of year, to which route you are travelling on, to how you are travelling, such as by foot or with your car, so there is not one singular ferry price. Instead, we recommend checking out our handy fare finder tool, to find the best ferry for the best price for you, and be sure to sign up to our email newsletter, to be the first to hear about our latest deals and offers.

Ferry durations are very much dependent not only on what route you are taking, but also what ferry operator you are travelling with, as well as other external factors at the time of sail. On average, ferries can last anywhere between 30 minutes, to 2 hours 45 minutes, so be sure to check before you travel what your expected sail time will be.

Currently, you can bring your car with you on the ferries from Tenerife and La Palma, but you cannot bring your car with you on the ferries within La Gomera.

La Gomera reviews

  • "Relaxed"

    I arrive at the lockers where I can store my suitcase so that I don't have to drag it on board. It requires a 1 Euro coin, but I only have 50 cent coins. So I ask a member of staff if he can change. He walks with me all the way and stows my case in a locker and puts a euro in it for me, but my case is just too big so it needs to go in a different locker. But that also wouldn't fit, so he searched for another locker, which finally fit my suitcase. I express my gratitude to the man and want to give him my 50 cent coins... but he would not have any of it. So, with a friendly smile on his face he paid for my luggage locker ... how is that for a nice start of a journey?

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  • "good service "

    good service at the port office, because we have our rental car later still taken

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  • "Crossing Morro Jable / Fuerteventura - Las Palmas de Gran Canaria "

    Very good service at check-in: we were once again after the departure time call after the day before, but were able to check the same already and needed only later be for boarding on site. When we arrived, we were more or less immediately passed as the first on the ship because we had a "Golden Ticket". Then the actual embarkation was only going maybe coincidence we found it great. The service on board was good, in the gold-class drinks and snacks were included.

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  • "Weekend Trip["

    This was the first time on Fred Olsen express and I have to say firstly it was nice to be met with smiling faces at the office,the boat was spotless and very comfy even for a short trip,the ladies both on and off very helpful and with a smile, my only criticism is that it should be made a bit clearer somewhere that you need to get a boarding card on your way back even if you get a return as there was at least 16 people rushing to get a ticket after trying to board and then sent back to the office at Corralejo to get one or just give you a return ticket when booking but other then that we will use this service quite often now, Thank you.

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