Santa Cruz de La Palma Ferries
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Santa Cruz de la Palma Routes
Book a ferry to Santa Cruz de la Palma with AFerry. You can use Santa Cruz de la Palma to take ferries around the Canary Islands and also to La Gomera, Lanzarote, Spain and Tenerife. Domestic services in the Canary Islands are available from Santa Cruz de la Palma to Las Palmas de Gran Canaria while ferries away from the Canary Islands sail to Arrecife, Cadiz, Los Cristianos, San Sebastien de La Gomera and Santa Cruz de Tenerife.
Santa Cruz de la Palma Ferry Companies
Ferries to and from Santa Cruz de la Palma are operated by Fred Olsen, Naviera Armas and Trasmediterranea. Because 3 ferry companies operate in and out of Santa Cruz de la Palma, 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 Santa Cruz de la Palma, we will always show a range of times just in case it's cheaper earlier or later than the time you select.
Santa Cruz de la Palma ferries with Fred Olsen, 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 Santa Cruz de la Palma will be easy and hassle free. Start by making your booking today, it's quick and easy.
About Santa Cruz de La Palma
Santa Cruz de La Palma is the capital of the Canary Island of La Palma, and is home to around 18,000 inhabitants. The city was founded in 1493 and today is a busy and popular tourist destination. Santa Cruz de la Palma, with its characteristic steeply inclined valleys, has a lively ambience. Behind the city of Santa Cruz de la Palma, there is a mighty volcanic crater.
Santa Cruz de La Palma is a lively city with a classic charm, and has many buildings of cultural and historical importance, such as the El Salvador church and the City Hall. The main city square, the Plaza de España, is home to many fine examples of Renaissance architecture and the stunning Iglesia del Salvador (church of the saviour).
There is plenty to see and do in Santa Cruz de La Palma, from visiting the Naval Museum and the 17th century Santa Catalina fort, to walking around the Barranco de las Nieves ravine. If you visit in early August you may be lucky enough to catch the famous Fiesta de Nuestra Señora de las Nieves, the feast day of Our Lady of the Snows.
La Palma benefits from a warm and sunny climate, and comprises beautiful beaches and stunning scenery, from mountainous terrain to fertile valleys.
Ferries to and from Santa Cruz de La Palma
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.
The Trasmediterranea fleet is modern and fast and they are designed so that the passenger finds the journey a part of his/her holiday. Onboard, there are swimming pools, spacious and luxurious cabins, bars, restaurants, cinemas, a disco, air conditioning and a spacious garage so you can take your own car.
Santa Cruz de la Palma Port
Santa Cruz de La Palma Port is situated on the outskirts of the island's capital, and is easily accessible by road. You can get ferries from Santa Cruz de La Palma to the other Canary Islands of La Gomera and Tenerife and to Cadiz in mainland Spain. All ferries from the island can be booked quickly and easily online here at AFerry.
Santa Cruz de La Palma port facilities
Santa Cruz de La Palma Ferry Port has a wide range of facilities and services.
Getting to Santa Cruz de La Palma
Santa Cruz de La Palma Port is situated to the South of the capital, and is easily accessible by road.
Santa Cruz de la Palma Map
Terminal Marítima, 38700 Santa Cruz de La Palma., Canary Islands (La Palma)
Estación Marítima local 3, 38700 - Santa Cruz de La Palma, Canary Islands (La Palma)
A. Pérez de Brito, 2, C.P. 38700, Canary Islands
17 Dec 2017Good start and end to our short visit
Impressed with the way the staff manage the loading and off-loading of cars - extremely well organised and managed.
Review by JANET HEATH
25 Jun 2012Think twice
I'd recommend this carrier if your purpose is just to get from one port to another - but NOT if you're more into something like a cruise. Acciona, at least in the Canaries, is not primarily about passenger transport and it shows. Mostly they seem to be about shipping goods and vehicles and passengers are just an extra. Almost the entire distance from Arrecife to La Palma is covered at night, with only 4 hours of sailing in the daytime. There are two long stops (Gran Canaria and Tenerife), but not long enough to really visit the cities. It's not terribly expensive, though: 120E gets you a cabin for two people for two nights, so you save on accommodation. As to the check-in procedures, *nothing* is explained in advance, and it's very hard to get any information, let alone in English. Overall, it seems like passengers without vehicles are not a substantial source of income from Acciona, so they do not have sufficient motivation to treat them better than other types of goods that are shipped between ports.
Review by Slawomir Wacewicz