Arrecife to Cadiz / Cadiz to Arrecife
1 crossings weekly
32 hr 30 min
La Palma to Cadiz / Cadiz to La Palma
1 crossings weekly
40 hr
Las Palmas de G.C. to Cadiz / Cadiz to Las Palmas de G.C.
1 crossings weekly
44 hr
Santa Cruz de Tenerife to Cadiz / Cadiz to Santa Cruz de Tenerife
1 crossings weekly
30 hr 30 min

Cadiz – historic city and important port of Spain on the Atlantic coast near the entrance to the Strait of Gibraltar. The city is located on an island, which is connected to the mainland by a causeway and the Jose Carranza and Constitución 1812 bridges. The city is an open-air museum with a huge number of attractions, restaurants right in the squares and squares. The city is always packed with tourists, especially in the summer.


Ferry service from Cadiz

The main connection between Spain and the Canary Islands goes through the port of Cadiz. Ferries from Cadiz to the islands of Gran Canaria, Lanzarote, La Palma and Tenerife are operated by Tranamediterranía. The journey to the island of Lanzarote takes 27 hours, to Gran Canaria – 34 hours, to La Palma – over 53 hours, to Tenerife – over 41 hours. Flights on each route are usually weekly, with the ferry from Cadiz calling consecutively at all destination ports in the Canaries.

The ferry from Cadiz calls at all destination ports in the Canaries.

Tickets on all four routes start at 159 euros if you limit yourself to a plane seat, for a cabin seat you have to pay about 200 euros extra, the car ferry will cost from 200 euros. Residents of the Canary Islands receive discounts of more than 50% for ferrying passengers, but the ferrying of cars costs the same for everyone.

Port of Cadiz

Cadiz's port can be reached from the small airport of Jerez &ndash, the homeland of the famous wines, which is 40 km from Cadiz, or from Seville International Airport – it is 130 km from Cadiz and takes approximately 1,5 hours.

The ferry terminal of the port of Cadiz is located in the center of the city, in the same bucket as the cruise pier.

The port's infrastructure is well-developed to accommodate heavy passenger and car traffic. Near the terminal there are many local attractions, hotels, restaurants, stores, just 500 meters away is the central Cathedral of Cadiz.

Cadiz, since the time of Columbus – an extremely busy crossroads of trade and tourist routes, seasonal tickets should be purchased at least 2 weeks in advance, but preferably a month in advance, you can do it on our website.

In order to get the tickets, you must buy them in advance.