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Book ferries to Lanzarote on the following routes:

  • Corralejo to Playa Blanca
  • Huelva to Arrecife
  • Santa Cruz de Tenerife to Arrecife

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How to book your Lanzarote ferry

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More about Lanzarote

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.

About Lanzarote

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.

Things to Do

You will find some beautiful white beaches in Lanzarote, with a good range of water sports to enjoy, such as surfing, windsurfing, snorkelling, diving etc. There are also a number of other activities and days out such as camel rides, zoos, golf, go karting, a waterpark and various bars and restaurants.

Things to See

Lanzarote has some truly beautiful sites to visit. Jameis del Agua, which can be found in the north of the island, is part of the Atlantida cave system and is definitely worth a visit. Here you will find a beautiful swimming area, gardens and restaurants.

Also part of the Atlantida cave system is the Cave of Los Verdes. Here 2km of spectacularly formed caves can be viewed. Here you can have a guided tour of the caves and discover how the caves were formed and a secret surprise is unveiled. There is also an area in the cave where concerts are held.

Travelling to Lanzarote

The Island is interconnected with the rest of islands, with direct ferries to Fuerteventura and La Graciosa. Lanzarote's main ports Playa Blanca and Orzola.

Picture perfect beaches
Enjoy picture perfect beaches

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Lanzarote Popular Questions

Want to know more about your journey to Lanzarote? We've compiled some of the most frequently asked questions by our customers to help you plan your journey.

Which ferries go to Lanzarote?

Ferries to Lanzarote are operated by FRS, Fred Olsen, Lineas Maritimas Romero, Naviera Armas and Trasmediterranea.

Where can I get a ferry to in Lanzarote?

With AFerry you can book a ferry to Arrecife, Orzola and Playa Blanca.

How long is the ferry to Lanzarote?

It depends where and when you travel. The quickest crossing to Lanzarote is Corralejo - Playa Blanca with Fred Olsen and takes 25 min, while the longest crossing is La Palma - Arrecife with Trasmediterranea and can take up to 31 hrs 30 min.