Arrecife Ferry Port
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Huelva to Arrecife / Arrecife to Huelva1 crossings weekly27 hr 30 min
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The ferry port at Arrecife is only 1 mile from the city centre, making it easy to get to from almost anywhere in the city, with good public transport and road links. It is a busy port with ships and ferries from the other Canary Islands, mainland Spain and Africa.
Arrecife is the capital and largest town of the beautiful island of Lanzerote, less dependent on tourism, and with a more traditional Spanish town feel. This picturesque town is a blaze of bright whitewashed houses with brightly coloured shutters, with cobbled streets lined with the umbrella-shaded tables of cafés and many shops - the main street Calle León y Castillo is a shopper's paradise. Of course Lanzerote itself has much to offer, from its dark landscape of volcanic ash and petrified lava to its orange and banana plantations, Timanfaya National Park and the gorgeous beaches of Playa Blanca and Playa del Carmen.
Avenue de Los Mármoles, Arrecife, 35500, Lanzarote, Canary Islands (Lanzarote)
José Antonio, 90, C.P. 35500, Canary Islands (Lanzarote)
30 Jun 2018Holiday trip
Booked the ferry to Lanzarote was a bit sceptical wondering how it would be. The check-in process was easy the cabin was comfortable and clean food was ok and the bar did entertainment so I was happy enough and would definitely do it again
Review by MICHAEL PRESHAW