Los Cristianos to San Sebastian de la Gomera Ferry

The Los Cristianos San Sebastian de la Gomera ferry route connects Tenerife with La Gomera and is currently operated by 2 ferry companies. The Naviera Armas service runs up to 3 times per day with a sailing duration of around 50 minutes while the Fred Olsen Express service runs up to 4 times per day with a duration from 50 min.

So that’s a combined 49 sailings on offer per week on the Los Cristianos San Sebastian de la Gomera route between Tenerife and La Gomera. Compare now and get the best fare at the time that you want to travel.

Los Cristianos - San Sebastian de la Gomera Ferry Operators

Los Cristianos San Sebastian de la Gomera Average Prices

Prices shown represent the average one way price paid by our customers. The most common booking on the Los Cristianos San Sebastian de la Gomera route is a car and 2 passengers.

Los Cristianos San Sebastian de la Gomera Ferry reviews

  • "Los Christianos to San Sebastian"

    Everything was excellent , from booking , boarding, staff and experience

    'Rob' travelled Los Cristianos San Sebastian de la Gomera with Fred Olsen Express on Bencomo Express

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  • "Simple, Quick & Easy Booking & Journey"

    Booking the journey from Los Cristianos was simple, quick and easy; even given the security checks, The ferry and crossing were punctual and you were guided throughout by competent staff. I

    'Ian' travelled Los Cristianos San Sebastian de la Gomera with Fred Olsen Express

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  • "Hassle-free, on-time and quick"

    Check your car in at the port office and then it's only your passport needed to embark. On return drive straight to loading area and present passport. SIMPLE! On-board facilities are perfectly adequate and cheap. Who needs luxury when the trip is only 50 minutes.

    'Hugh' travelled Los Cristianos San Sebastian de la Gomera with Fred Olsen Express

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  • "Super efficient ferry service"

    8pm service between Tenerife and La Gomera; ferry arrived, efficient loading, very comfortable interior and easy ride over, only 50 minutes. Choice of bars/cafe, cold beers, wine, coffee etc. and great cakes! Only one point, before boarding you are given the option of leaving your bag on a trailer that is taken onto the ferry. One trailer has lockable lockers but there's no sign how they work and no-one was able to tell us - seems you need a euro coin but obviously no-one had them so everyone gave up. There is also an open trailer which seemed perfectly safe to use. Or you can take your bag on board with you if you don't mind carrying it.

    'Robert' travelled Los Cristianos San Sebastian de la Gomera with Fred Olsen Express

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Los Cristianos Guide

The Spanish town and port of Los Cristianos is located on the Canary Island of Tenerife. The centre of the town is around Los Cristianos Bay but is gradually expanding inland. There are many older building that remain in the town which pre-date the increase in tourism which began in the late 20th century. The town has two beaches, made up of black volcanic sand, and a number of bars, restaurants and clubs that cater for the increase in visitor numbers. In the promenade area of the town, away from the beaches, there are many shops including boutiques, designer labels and many other places to pick up a bargain.

By following the promenade to the west, Los Cristianos gradually blends into Playa de las Americas which has a reputation of the being the party capital of Tenerife. This is because it has many nightclubs and bars but also has an excellent selection of shops. For a more sedate way to spend your time, take a ferry to the island of La Gomera where visitors will find rainforests waiting to be explored. The crossing to La Gomera takes around 70 minutes.

From the town's port, ferries can be taken to Valverde, San Sebastian de la Gomera and Santa Cruz de La Palma.

San Sebastian de la Gomera Guide

The Spanish city of San Sebastian de la Gomera is the capital city of the island of La Gomera, in the Canary Islands. Due to its historical links with the discovery of America it is also known as "Isla Colombina". The city developed around a natural bay and still visible today, and of interest with tourists, are many preserved monuments such as the Church of La Asuncion, the Pozo de la Aguada and the Torre del Conde (The Tower of the Count). Tourist facilities in the city are excellent and include a wide range of leisure facilities, especially a number of different water based sports in the port area of the city.

Head inland and there are many hiking and cycling trails to enjoy and are a great way to explore the mountainous terrain of the island along with some of its natural treasures such as the Majona Nature Reserve and the National Park of Garajonay.

As well as numerous daily crossings to the neighbouring island of Tenerife, the port also offers trips around the island by catamaran.