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Fuerteventura is the oldest island of the Canary Islands and is located at 100km from the north coast of Africa. Fuerventura is most known for the nice weather, long beaches with white sand, turquoise waters and its dunes, indicating that the island originates from the Sahara desert. Book your trip to the island of Fuerteventura, explore this beautiful island and organize an island hopping around the Canary Islands!
Ferry routes and Ferry tickets from Fuerteventura
The island of Fuerteventura has 3 ports that are well connected with other Canary Islands: that of Corralejo in the north, that of Morro Jable in the south and the port of Rosario, the capital of the island, that is located in its eastern part.
Fuerteventura is in the east side of the Canary Islands and very close to Lanzarote. The two islands are connected by ferry through the port of Corralejo. From the port of Corralejo, there are daily ferry crossings to the small island of Lobos, as well. Furthermore, through the port of Morro Jable and the port of Rosario, you can travel by ferry to the islands of Gran Canaria and Tenerife.
For the most suitable ferry schedules and the best prices to book your ferry tickets, use the Ferryhopper search engine . In that way, you can plan your trip and visit more volcanic islands of the Canarian archipelago.
Ferry from Fuerteventura to Lanzarote
Fuerteventura and Lanzarote are very close to each other and they are well connected by ferry. From the port of Corralejo in Fuerteventura, to the port of Playa Blanca, in Lanzarote, 17 daily crossings operate in total. The duration of the ferry trip from Corralejo to Lanzarote is between 25 min and 45 min and the ferry companies that provide these crossings are usually, Naviera Armas, Fred Olsen Express and Lineas Maritimas Romero.
Ferry from Fuerteventura to Tenerife
Tenerife is one of the capitals of the Canary Islands and it is the most populated island of the complex. There are 2 options to travel by ferry to Tenerife from Fuerteventura: from the port of Morro Jable and from the port of Rosario.
- Port of Morro Jable - Santa Cruz de Tenerife: The first option is through the port of Morro Jable, which is the fastest one. There are 6 weekly crossings that last approximately 6hr 15 min and the ferry company that usually provides this ferry route is Naviera Armas.
- Port of Rosario - Santa Cruz de Tenerife: The second way to reach Tenerife, is from the port of Rosario. There are at least 5 ferries per week, operated by Naviera Armas as well. The duration of the ferry trip is about 11 hr 30 min and for that reason, we strongly recommend that you book a bed cabin for a convenient ferry trip.
Ferry from Fuerteventura to Gran Canaria
Gran Canaria is one of the two capitals of the Canary Islands and is well known for the volcano of Bandama. The island of Fuerteventura offers connections to the port of Las Palmas, in Gran Canaria, from the ports of Morro Jable and the port of Rosario.
- Port of Morro Jable - Las Palmas: The fastest option to travel by ferry, is from the port of Morro Jable, where the duration of the ferry trip is about 2 to 3 hr. The ferry companies that provide this connection, usually, are Naviera Armas and Fred Olsen Express, with 10 weekly crossings.
- Port of Rosario - Las Palmas: For this ferry route, 5 weekly crossings are operating and the ferries travel for about 6 hours. The ferry company that offers this ferry route is usually Naviera Armas.
You can find more information about the ferry connection between Fuerteventura and Gran Canaria, on Ferryhopper!
Ferry from Fuerteventura to the island of Lobos
The ideal one day getaway, from Fuerteventura, is the small island of Lobos. Being only 5km from Fuerteventura, the island of Lobos is of great natural importance and it is a perfect opportunity to visit a traditional and simple island, where you can enjoy your time, relaxing under the Canarian sun. The only option to get there is by ferry from the port of Corralejo. The frequency of the ferry routes is 6 times a day and the duration of the trip is about 15 min, which is, usually, provided by Naviera Nortour.
Do you want to organaze the best trip to the Canary Islands? The Ferryhopper map of ferries can show you all the available ferry crossings from the ports of Fuerteventura so you can choose the most suitable for you!
What to do in Fuerteventura?
Fuerteventura is the second biggest island of the Canary complex and rumour has it, that due to its geological formation, it looks like Mars! Undoubtedly, you will be surprised by the beauty of its beaches and the originality of its morphology. The weather is always perfect and you will find some of the most majestic beaches of the Canary islands, where you can take part in water activities. Apart from the beauty of the island’s coast, a walk through the Betancuria Rural Park is recommended to admire the extraordinary landscape, or else you can rent a car to explore all of the beautiful spots of the island. The Ferryhopper team, suggests the following sites to visit in Fuerteventura:
- Tindaya Mountain and the volcano
- Betancuria Rural Park
- Cofete beach, 6000km
- The island of Lobos, to spend the day
- Windward beach, 5700km
Tip: The island of Fuerteventura is one of the top destinations of the world for water sports, due to the strong winds and the great climate. Each year the Windsurfing and Kiteboarding Championship is held on the island, in the summer months, which attracts many water sport lovers.
How to book your ferry tickets from Fuerteventura
The island of Fuerteventura, is one of the most beautiful island of the Canarian Archipelago, which has declared a natural reserve since 2009. It is the ideal destination for holidays, water sports, or even island hopping around the Canary Islands. With the Ferryhopper search engine, you will find all the ferry routes and the available itineraries, in order to book your ferry tickets from Fuerteventura, in just 4 clicks!