About The Canary Islands
The Canaries are a cluster of islands located approximately 100kms off the north-west coast of mainland Africa. Eight islands within the archipelago are inhabited, the largest and most populated of which is Tenerife, which also boasts Spain's highest mountain, Teide, at 3,718m. The other main islands are Gran Canaria, Fuerteventura, Lanzarote and La Palma. The total population of the Islands is just over 2,100,000.
The Canary Islands benefit from regular ferry services to mainland Spain, the principal destination being Cádiz in Andalucia. There is also an extensive network of inter-island services, with some islands having more than one gateway. Ferries to the mainland carry a combination of both tourist and freight traffic. However, some inter-island services are operated by catamarans and other high-speed craft that may not accept all types of freight vehicles.
Whichever route, AferryFreight can offer you competitive rates and deal with all major UK and European Ferry operators.
You can use this page to view all freight operators serving the Canary Islands, their ports and routes, or use our booking engine above to compare all routes to mainland Spain.