Ferry to Cadiz, Gran Canaria (Las Palmas) ▷ Cadiz

Gran Canaria (Las Palmas) ▷ Cadiz


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Next departures to Gran Canaria (Las Palmas) - Cadiz

Date
Timetable
Company
Ship
Sat, 12/22/2018
14:00
Trasmediterranea
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Sat, 12/29/2018
14:00
Trasmediterranea
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Sat, 01/05/2019
14:00
Trasmediterranea
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Sat, 01/12/2019
14:00
Trasmediterranea
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Sat, 01/19/2019
14:00
Trasmediterranea
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Sat, 01/26/2019
14:00
Trasmediterranea
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Sat, 02/02/2019
14:00
Trasmediterranea
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Sat, 02/09/2019
14:00
Trasmediterranea
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Sat, 02/16/2019
14:00
Trasmediterranea
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Sat, 02/23/2019
14:00
Trasmediterranea
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Next departures to Cadiz - Gran Canaria (Las Palmas)

Date
Timetable
Company
Ship
Tue, 12/18/2018
17:00
Trasmediterranea
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Tue, 12/25/2018
17:00
Trasmediterranea
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Tue, 01/01/2019
17:00
Trasmediterranea
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Tue, 01/08/2019
17:00
Trasmediterranea
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Tue, 01/15/2019
17:00
Trasmediterranea
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Tue, 01/22/2019
17:00
Trasmediterranea
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Tue, 01/29/2019
17:00
Trasmediterranea
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Tue, 02/05/2019
17:00
Trasmediterranea
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Tue, 02/12/2019
17:00
Trasmediterranea
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Tue, 02/19/2019
17:00
Trasmediterranea
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Gran Canaria (Las Palmas)

Gran Canaria (Las Palmas)
Reaching the port of Gran Canaria
Gran Canaria is part of the Canary Islands, a Spanish archipelago to the north-east of Africa. On the island there are both black lava and white sand beaches. The lively Playa del Inglés and Puerto Rico and the quieter Puerto de Mogán and San Agustín are beaches on the south coast. To the north, the capital Las Palmas is an important stop for cruise ships and hosts numerous duty-free shops. The hinterland of the island is rural and mountainous.

Cadiz

Cadiz
Reaching the port of Cadiz
Cadiz is an ancient port city in the south-west of Spain, built on a strip of land surrounded by the sea in the region of Andalusia. The seat of the Spanish navy is the port, which in the 16th century became an important starting point for explorations and trade. The city has more than 100 watchtowers, including the famous Torre Tavira, traditionally used for sighting ships, and the eighteenth-century cathedral built on the sea front.