Corralejo Ferry Port

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Corralejo Routes

  • Playa Blanca to Corralejo / Corralejo to Playa Blanca
    6 crossings daily
    35 min
  • Playa Blanca to Corralejo / Corralejo to Playa Blanca
    11 crossings daily
    25 min

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About Corralejo/Fuerteventura

Corralejo is a town situated in the northernmost part of the island of Fuerteventura, in the municipality of La Oliva. It is surrounded by an unusual landscape of dunes, the town combines the traditional seafaring flavour of its port with interesting tourist activity.

The new town area of Corralejo has everything you would expect, there is a tremendous amount of shops selling anything and everything, small friendly bars with local entertainment, karaoke bars for the X-Factor hopefuls among us and then the Atlantic Centre where you can party the night away.

A bit of history about Corralejo/Fuerteventura

What we know from history is that in 1476, the Señorío Territorial, or territorial lordship, of Fuerteventura was legally created, through which the Catholic Kings recognised the conqueror's rule over the Island. The town of Betancuria, where the conquerors settled, became the seat of governmental authority through a Cabildo (as a single town council) subject to the Señores (Lords) as the owners of the island. There is a lack of information about population settlements on the rest of the island. Once the capital had been established, Pájara, to the south of Betancuria, and La Oliva, to the north, formed the original backbone of the island. There is an anonymous manuscript, which tells how the town of La Oliva was founded in 1500 by some individuals known as the Hernández brothers. They were residents of Betancuria. These brothers built two little houses in this jurisdiction so as to be able to move to the area during sowing time. To that end they constructed the abovementioned houses and built a type of pond or pool for irrigating crops, in the place called Puerto Escondido. Other people followed in the footsteps of the Hérnandez brothers, and they began to build small, scattered houses, encouraged by the cereal farming."

All of these new villages that sprang up were very far from the nerve centre of Betancuria, and hence in 1711 La Oliva's Ayuda de Parroquia (a dependent church or chapel with a resident priest) was created so that its inhabitants could fulfil their religious obligations.

Corralejo/Fuerteventura port

Corralejo/Fuerteventura is a location in the north of Fuerteventura which is very attractive for tourism and is the port for ferries to the island of Lanzarote. The port is not big, but you can find everything you need over there.

There is a cafeteria for ferry passengers to relax whilst waiting for the ferry to begin boarding at the Corralejo Ferry Port . You could also enjoy the views outside surrounding the ferry port.

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Port Addresses

Fred Olsen

Muelle de Corralejo, 35660, Canary Islands

Naviera Armas

Estación Marítima de Corralejo, s/n 35660 - Corralejo Fuerteventura, Canary Islands (Fuerteventura)

Lineas Maritimas Romero

Muelle de Corralejo, 35660, Canary Islands


  • 23 Nov 2019
    Quick Ferry Playa Blanca to Corralejo
    • A value for money 30 minute trip.Small foot passenger only ferry with bar and recently refurbished very clean.

      Review by IAN ALDRIDGE

  • 15 Nov 2019
    Ferry crossings
    • I would have no hesitation in using Naviera Armas in the future. Getting the car on was done in orderly fashion with clear instructions. On board staff were pleasant and spoke good English, and the catering was of a good standard which is a bonus when you've left home early without breakfast.

      Review by ANDREW MCLEOD

  • 10 Nov 2019
    Quick and efficient crossing
    • Service at coffee bar slow when first boarding otherwise everything very good.

      Review by Anon

  • 07 Jan 2018
    Playa Blanca to Fuerteventura ferry
    • On time departure..smooth crossing and for onward travellers when arrived at Corallego, the number 6 bus to the capital Rosario is only at the end of the landing jetty.

      Review by JONATHAN BELL

  • 11 Dec 2017
    • Very good service and value for money

      Review by DAVID JEFFERY

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