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Book a ferry to San Sebastien de La Gomera with AFerry. You can use San Sebastien de La Gomera to take ferries around La Gomera and also to Tenerife and the Canary Islands. Domestic services in La Gomera are available from San Sebastien de La Gomera to Playa Santiago while ferries away from La Gomera sail to Los Cristianos, Santa Cruz de la Palma and Valle Gran Rey.

San Sebastien de La Gomera Ferry Companies

Ferries to and from San Sebastien de La Gomera are operated by Fred Olsen and Naviera Armas. Because 2 ferry companies operate in and out of San Sebastien de La Gomera, 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 San Sebastien de La Gomera, we will always show a range of times just in case it's cheaper earlier or later than the time you select.

San Sebastien de La Gomera ferries with Fred Olsen and Naviera Armas 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 San Sebastien de La Gomera will be easy and hassle free. Start by making your booking today, it's quick and easy.

Latest prices

Route Price Fare Details
Los Cristianos - San Sebastian de La Gomera
(Fred Olsen)
£32
  • Booked: Thursday, 12 September 2019
  • Travel: Saturday, 5 October 2019 (One Way)
  • 1 Adults (Foot passenger)
Los Cristianos - San Sebastian de La Gomera
(Naviera Armas)
£59
  • Booked: Sunday, 15 September 2019
  • Travel: Wednesday, 1 January 2020 (One Way)
  • 2 Adults (Foot passenger)

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About San Sebastien de La Gomera

San Sebastien de La Gomera is the biggest town and the capital of the island of La Gomera. The beautiful and historic town of San Sebastian La Gomera is one of the less visited destinations of the Canary Islands. The island is well known for being the place that Christopher Columbus prepared his ships before he sailed to America in 1492. The Church of La Asuncion in San Sebastian, where he and his sailing crew attended mass, still stands today and is well worth a visit.

The island itself is almost the polar opposite of the nearby island of Tenerife. It has been described as the Canary Island that mass tourism forgot. Although only about 15 miles from end to end, crossing the island is like crossing continents. Down at the coasts, you'll find deserts and palm trees, trek inland towards the volcano that lies in the centre however and you'll come across green forests packed with dense natural vegetation.

The island's geography mean that there's only a small airport making ferry travel a much more realistic way of reaching the island. However, don't be deterred, visiting La Gomera is a great way to extend any holiday - and add a whole different dimension - to any holiday in Tenerife. And the hop is only about 40 minutes long.

If you come from Tenerife expecting more the same, you may in for a disappointment - or a pleasant surprise - depending on what you're after. Restaurants mainly shut at around 10pm and you won't find any clubs - just a few sedate bars. In fact, La Gomera is far better know for it's wildlife than it's nightlife. Travelling to the interior is well worth it and so is taking advantage of one or more of the many hiking trails.

The Unesco-listed Garajonay National Park in particular should be on any visitor's itinerary. This densely packed park shows how much of the area and the mediterranian would have looked were it not for man. It really is like walking on the set of Jurrasic Park.

Of course there is a lot more to do and see on this stunning and historic island, but we hope for now that you're convinced it's worth a visit. But don't tell all your friends. We want this jewel of an island to retain it's non-touristic charm.

For more information on the Canary Islands in general, please read ourCanary Islands guide.

Ferries to and from San Sebastien de La Gomera

Fred Olsen Express has a fleet of ferries that consist solely of ultra-modern fast ferries meaning you will reach your destination in record time. All their ferries feature a bar and café, children's play area as well as satellite television. Fred Olsen is known for offering the highest levels of comfort and service.

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.

San Sebastien de La Gomera Port

San Sebastien de La Gomera is the main town and capital of the island and the main port is situated here with connections to the port of Los Cristianos on the island of Tenerife and the port of Santa Cruz de La Palma on the island of La Palma. The island is also known as "Isla Colombina" as this is where Columbus prepared his ships before travelling to America.

San Sebastien de La Gomera port facilities

As it is not a very large port, there are only basic facilities including parking and shaded waiting areas. However, as the town is nearby, if waiting for a long time, you can avail yourself of the cafés and restaurants in town. The palm-fringed Plaza de Las Americas is a short walk away.

Getting to San Sebastien de La Gomera port

San Sebastien de La Gomera Ferry port is easily reachable from anywhere in the island as it is situated in town (about a 15 minute walk from the centre). It is next to the marina.

The island has a frequent bus network with daily busses to all the main destinations of the island and so finding a bus to the town of San Sebastien should be easy. However, please check timetables as there may be more frequent busses in the summer months.

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Port Addresses

Fred Olsen

Estación Marítima Local nº 1, 38800 Puerto de San Sebastián de La Gomera., Canary Islands (La Gomera)

Naviera Armas

Terminal del Puerto, local 5, 38800 - San Sebastián de la Gomera, Canary Islands (La Gomera)

Reviews

  • 17 Jul 2019
    Holiday
    • Everything worked smoothly for another great ferry journey from Tenerife to La Gomera

      Review by STEPHEN PRINCE

  • 07 Jul 2019
    La Gomera Holiday
    • The ferry was most impressive and beautifully appointed with plenty seating inside and out . Everything was efficiently handled and embarking and disembarking was smoothly carried out by staff. The journey both ways was very enjoyable and we would have no concerns about using this ferry company again.

      Review by Anon

  • 01 May 2019
    Incredibly efficient service
    • I was very positively impressed by the efficiency of the boarding process and the quality of the service provided by staff onboard. Good service, quick and comfortable journey. Definitely great value for money.

      Review by GERMAN FERNANDEZ

  • 28 Mar 2019
    Ok for a short trip
    • A pleasant journey but quite expensive for such a short trip. More outside deck space with seating would have made the journey more enjoyable. Some Gomeran speciality snacks in the cafe would have been good.

      Review by Anon

  • 27 Mar 2019
    Trip to La Gomera
    • It was a brilliant journey. It would have been more seamless if the ferry company had my passport details before as these were needed for boarding and because I had a hired car I was not able to submit registration. The price I paid was substantly more than what the locals pay- a fraction of the cost. Strange ad we are all Europeans at present.

      Review by JAMES BAILIE

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