Friday, 02 January 2015 00:00

Resort Hopping by Gran Canaria Ferry

Ferries in Gran Canaria come in two different styles: Big ones that travel to other islands, and little ones that hop between harbours along the south coast.

With calm water and lots of things to see, the little ferries are a top way to travel in south Gran Canaria. There are two companies doing the same routes: Blue Bird and Salmon

For info on inter-island ferry travel to and from Gran Canaria, click here.

Resort hopping in south Gran Canaria

Catch a ferry in Mogan, Puerto Rico, Anfi, Arguineguin or Pasito Blanco marinas between 0.900 and 16.00. There's no ferry link to Maspalomas or Playa del Inglés but you can catch a bus to the nearest marina at Arguineguin. Salmon do a combined bus and ferry ticket. 

Choosing a ferry

While both companies are safe and reliable, we like the Blue Bird line best as it's boats have glass bottoms.

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