La Graciosa to Lanzarote Ferry
La Graciosa is connected to Lanzarote via the port of Orzola. On average, there are 10 crossings each day between La Graciosa and Lanzarote, which are operated by Lineas Maritimas Romero. Crossings from La Graciosa to Orzola usually take around 30 minutes.
The above information is a basic summary on the services between La Graciosa and Lanzarote. We recommend using our Ferry Search to find live ferry information and the latest prices.
About La Graciosa
La Graciosa is a small volcanic island just 1.2 miles north of Lanzarote (Canary Island). From La Graciosa ferry port you can catch a ferry to Orzola in Lanzarote. Book your ferry quickly, cheaply and easily online through AFerry.
La Graciosa has just 600 inhabitants. Turning right from the ferry port you will find plenty of little bays. If you're lucky and not visiting in peak seasons, you can often find an empty bay perfect for having a quick dip in! However, the most highly rated beach is Playa de las Conchas. It is often deserted in the morning, and if you arrive before sunset or sunrise, you will find some stunning views of the surrounding islands.
Lanzarote is one of the Canary Islands found just of the coast of Africa, just 7 miles away from the north east coast of Fuerteventura. Lanzarote was formed from volcanic activity, and therefore has extravagant rock formations. The island is warm all year round, but due to its location it can often be quite windy compared to some of the other canary islands.
Lanzarote Travel Guide
Located in the Canary archipelago, Lanzarote is only 79 miles off the coast of Africa.
Lanzarote is the most easterly of the Canary Islands, and at 37 miles long and 12 miles wide it is the fourth largest of the Canaries. The island enjoys warm temperatures all year round, with temperatures ranging from 21 degrees Celsius in January to 29 degrees Celsius in August. And with an annual total of just 140mm of rainfall, Lanzarote is an ideal getaway all year round.
The canary islands have volcanic origins making the landscape very distinctive. Lanzarote's most recent eruptions only occurred in the 19th century, and with a dry climate and lack of erosion this has meant that Lanzarote's landscape hasn't changed much in appearance. This gives the island a unique look and offers some stunning scenery. The longest Volcanic Tunnel in the world, called the Atlántida Tunnel, can be found in Lanzarote. It is 7km long and features some beautiful caves and hidden gems.