There are 2 ferry routes operating between Fuerteventura and Gran Canaria offering you combined total of 35 sailings per week. Naviera Armas operates 2 routes, Puerto del Rosario to Las Palmas runs 5 times per week & Morro Jable to Las Palmas about 9 times weekly. Fred Olsen Express operates 1 route, Morro Jable to Las Palmas which runs 3 times daily.
As the frequency and duration of crossings on some routes varies we would advise that you do a live search for crossings from Fuerteventura to Gran Canaria to get the most up to date information.
Fuerteventura is the second largest of the Spanish Canary Islands in the Atlantic Ocean, situated off the northwest coast of Africa.
Declared a biosphere reserve by UNESCO in 2009, Fuerteventura is blessed with the archipelago’s most stunning beaches, a ruggedly beautiful landscape and over 3,000 hours of sunshine each year.
It has also long been admired as a top destination for visitors interested in cultural heritage thanks to its large number of centuries-old mansions and beautiful churches.
Fuerteventura has a large number of ports along its coast, making it an excellent departure point for the rest of the Canary Islands. Also, with the routes operated by a range of excellent ferry companies, there’s no shortage of sailing options.
Gran Canaria is the second most populous island in the Canary Islands, a Spanish archipelago in the Atlantic Ocean.
A ‘continent in miniature’, Gran Canaria is locally known. This is due to the huge variety of landscapes and micro-climates, with vast mountains, long beaches and green ravines all coming together on this 1,500 square-kilometre landmass.
A third of Gran Canaria is classified as a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve, but elsewhere, you will find a rich history in the cosmopolitan capital of Las Palmas, a charming hilltop village in Tejeda and a network of superb cycling routes winding through the valleys.
Travelling by ferry is a convenient way to explore the Canaries, and, given Gran Canaria’s central location, it’s within easy reach from nearly every other island. There are also some long-distance connections from mainland Spain which are operated by a couple of excellent ferry companies.