Corralejo to Playa Blanca Ferry

The Corralejo Playa Blanca ferry route is the fastest canary island route connecting Fuerteventura to Lanzarote and is currently operated by 3 ferry companies;Naviera Armas, Fred Olsen Express and Lineas Maritimas Romero. Corralejo Playa Blanca Ferries run up to 22 times a day with a sailing duration of approximately 30 minutes. Book with Direct Ferries to get the best price for your trip.

Naviera Armas operate their crossing up to 7 times per day, Fred Olsen Express 8 times per day & the Lineas Maritimas Romero service is available up to 7 times per day.

The distance between Corralejo port and Playa Blanca port is approximately 8 miles, making this canary island route a great day trip route for tourists visiting the islands. You can travel as a foot passenger with all ferry companies or with a car on ferries owned by Naviera Armas and Fred Olsen Express. Currently you can not travel with a car on this route with Lineas Maritimas Romero. Onboard the ferries you can relax or grab a quick drink from the lounges and bars during the trip.

Corralejo - Playa Blanca Ferry Operators

Corralejo Playa Blanca Average Prices

Prices shown represent the average one way price paid by our customers. The most common booking on the Corralejo Playa Blanca route is a car and 2 passengers.

Corralejo Playa Blanca Ferry reviews

  • "Nice trip with very friendly staff"

    we had booked an individual trip and were very nice surprised that the whole staff was more than friendly, in a good spirit and we felt safe and welcomed on both trips! Thanks!!

    'Nadja' travelled Corralejo Playa Blanca with Lineas Maritimas Romero

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  • "Fantastic!"

    Excellent service!

    'Marion Burton' travelled Corralejo Playa Blanca with Lineas Maritimas Romero

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  • "Day trip . "

    Very fast crossing . Very clean ship , and friendly staff.

    'Agnes Maginnis' travelled Corralejo Playa Blanca with Fred Olsen Express on Bocayna Express

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  • "Great day out"

    Just loved this crossing. Punctual, professional, pleasant and efficient staff. One small downer: the toilet doors would not shut properly, so couldn't lock.

    'Lesley' travelled Corralejo Playa Blanca with Naviera Armas

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Corralejo Guide

Located on the northern tip of the island of Fuerteventura, facing the small islet of Lobos, the town of Corralejo is a seaside resort that is around 3 sq km in size. This makes it quite a large resort on the island although despite this it has managed to retain its fishing village charm which remains the heart of the town. There is now a promenade along the waterfront which is lined with bars, cafes and restaurants for visitors to enjoy.

Most visitors to the town head to its beaches which are probably the town's most popular attraction. With around 11 km of beaches which begin just outside of the town, visitors will be spoilt for choice. The water off the beaches is crystal clear and a deep shade of blue.

There are two ferry ports in the town's harbour along with a marina. There are many excursion available from here including trips in a glass bottomed boat, deep sea fishing and jet ski hire. Ferry services from the port depart Lanzarote. The port has two ticket offices and a cafe.

Playa Blanca Guide

Playa Blanca is a resort that is located on the Spanish island of Lanzarote which is one of the Canary Islands. The resort is well known for its good selection of shops and restaurants with perhaps the most popular districts being located along the Calle Limones Street, lining the promenade and at the Papagayo Centre. The resort's coastline is essentially one large bay which is 9 km wide but is broken up into three smaller bays. The bays are named, from east to west, Playa Dorada, Playa Blanca and Playa Flamingo. Because of terrain surrounding the resort, its beaches are sheltered and provide visitors and locals alike with an ideal place in which to swim.

Located around a 15 minute walk from Playa Blanca is Marina Rubicon where twice a week markets are held selling goods ranging from handcrafted goods to local wines. A popular attraction that is a short distance from Marina Rubicon is the Castillo de las Coloradas which is located on the headland of Punta del Aquila. This was constructed between 1741 and 1744 and provided good protection through its strong circular construction and its drawbridge. When pirates were approaching the coast, the watchtower's bell would be rung as an alert.

Ferry services operating from the town's small port depart to Fuerteventura, with many sailings each day.