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Book a ferry to Arrecife with AFerry. Ferries to Arrecife, in Lanzarote, are available from Spain, Tenerife and the Canary Islands. You can take a ferry to Arrecife from Cadiz, Huelva, Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Santa Cruz de la Palma and Santa Cruz de Tenerife.
Arrecife Ferry Companies
Ferries to and from Arrecife are operated by Naviera Armas and Trasmediterranea. Because 2 ferry companies operate in and out of Arrecife, comparing can be very useful to help you find the best price at the best time for you. When you search for a ferry to Arrecife, we will always show a range of times just in case it's cheaper earlier or later than the time you select. We'll also show you results for similar ports like Playa Blanca to help you find the best times and prices to suit your plans.
Arrecife ferries with Naviera Armas and Trasmediterranea are known for their comfort and high levels of service, and you will feel like your holiday has begun the moment you step on board. Travelling to Arrecife will be easy and hassle free. Start by making your booking today, it's quick and easy.
|Las Palmas de G.C. - Arrecife
Arrecife is a port city in Lanzarote one of Spain's Canary Islands full of culture and history. Arrecife the island's capital has a beautiful beach, Playa del Reducto which has been granted a blue flag by the European Union.
From the delightful San Gines lagoon, which harbours small inshore fishing boats, you can follow the coast to El Reducto which boasts a modern seaside promenade that leads to El Cable beach. Fine golden sands and placid waters create a picturesque setting. Arrecife offers the perfect way to get a ferry from Lanzarote to the other Canary Islands and mainland Spain.
Ferries to and from Arrecife
Trasmediterranea's modern air conditioned ships are designed so that passengers feel their journey is a part of their holiday. On board their ships, in addition to a range of cabins and seating, you will find swimming pools in the summer months, bars, restaurants, cinemas and even discos.
Naviera Armas has a modern fleet of vessels with a great selection of bars and restaurants. Any journey with Naviera Armas is bound to be a comfortable and relaxing experience.
Arrecife Ferry Port is a natural harbour protected by a barrier of islets and reefs situated in the Canary Islands, in the east of the island of Lanzarote. Arrecife is the capital city. From Arrecife port you can get sailings to mainland Spain, which can be booked easily online with AFerry
Arrecife port facilities
Arrecife port has a few restaurants and some basic duty free shopping facilities. For the best facilities, however, stop off in the city of Arrecife itself.
Getting to Arrecife
Arrecife ferry port is situated just outside the capital city, so follow road signs or the gentle snake of tourist traffic coming from the latest cruise liner to dock at the port.
Avenue de Los Mármoles, Arrecife, 35500, Lanzarote, Canary Islands (Lanzarote)
José Antonio, 90, C.P. 35500, Canary Islands (Lanzarote)
09 Nov 2016Check in in Las Palmas
Trasmediterranea check in in Las Palmas was unorganized and very slow.
Review by Anon
12 Oct 2016Good Journey clean and comfortable beds
The ship is a little tired. We have used this ferry twice in the last 3 years. I understand it is not as well equipped as the Huelva to Arrecife nor as reasonably priced. The man who sorts the loading for the ship at check in is surly aggressive and totally unpleasant he has been there on both our trips. Not a good front man and certainly does not inspire confidence in the onward treatment you are to experience. However the parking on board staff were lovely and so, so helpful
Review by Polly Price
03 Jul 2016First time on a Ferry
As a first time user of a ferry service this was not a bad experience. The cabin was clean and comfortable, The bar restaurant and surrounding areas were all clean and comfortable. Meal times were a bit hectic and you had to queue. But overall a good experience. Will definitely use it again.
Review by Pete
17 Nov 2014Cadiz to Arrecife Ferry
Overall the trip was fine, but if you are expecting even the same level of comfort and facilities of a cross channel ferry forget about it. One thing you should remember that is not told to you is that the ferry operates on Canary time. Not Spanish time. However if you want to travel on this route with your car you have very little choice.
Review by Graham Elworthy
26 Oct 2013Never a pleasant experience
Traveling the the Canaries with a dog makes this the only feasible way to get there. Checking in at Cadiz was the pits. 3 hours in 30C was no fun. Terrible delay boarding. As ever, the cabins are grim and the dog kennels are very poor. Luckily it was a smooth crossing and we were able to be on deck with the dog quite a lot. The food (which is included in the fare) is just about edible. Thankfully the return trip (this was for us) is better as it is 10 hours less and you only have one night on board as opposed to 2 on the way up. We were headed for Fuerteventura and had to spend the night in Lanzarote as it doesn't dock til 11pm and the ferries to Fuerte from Play Blanca don't run at night. For some reason Transmediterranea does not stop in Fuerteventura on the way down - I assume because it would be very late and the Port is shut.
Review by Anon