Los Cristianos to Valverde Ferry

The Los Cristianos Valverde ferry route connects Tenerife with El Hierro. Currently there is just the 1 ferry company operating this ferry service, Naviera Armas. The crossing operates up to 6 times each week with sailing durations from around 2 hours 30 minutes.

Los Cristianos Valverde sailing durations and frequency may vary from season to season so we’d advise doing a live check to get the most up to date information.

Los Cristianos - Valverde Ferry Operators

  • Naviera Armas
    • 6 Sailings Weekly 2 hr 30 min
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Los Cristianos Valverde Average Prices

Prices shown represent the average one way price paid by our customers. The most common booking on the Los Cristianos Valverde route is a car and 2 passengers.

Los Cristianos Valverde Ferry reviews

  • "A Voyage into the Sunset"

    This was a lovely voyage heading into the setting sun. Boarding and Disembarking were well handled and cleanliness was well cared for.

    'Stuart' travelled Los Cristianos Valverde with Naviera Armas

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  • "Easy crossing"

    The check in process was very easy. I noticed that Napier’s Armas didn’t have a left luggage facility (Fred Olsen have a luggage train with lockers). As I was transferring from one ferry to another, with a gap in between, this meant I had to carry my bag with my all the time until my later ferry which was tedious. The sailing was smooth and the seating was comfortable. We were off the ferry and on our way very quickly

    'Sarah' travelled Los Cristianos Valverde with Naviera Armas

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  • "Excellent trip"

    Took early morning ferry from El Hierro to Tenerife The staff were efficient and helpful,everything ran on time and the ferry was comfortable. Made a good impression

    'Anonymous' travelled Los Cristianos Valverde with Naviera Armas

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  • "good fast ship"

    There is only on option for the boat to El Hierro, but it's a fine boat. It ravels fast and smooth and there are comfortable seats. Not too warm inside, and that helps with seasickness. No outside seating. It's a pretty expensive crossing for non-residents, but we took our hire car for just a few more euros, so that made it worthwhile - otherwise it would have been inconvenient waiting overnight for a car.

    'David' travelled Los Cristianos Valverde with Naviera Armas

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Los Cristianos Guide

The Spanish town and port of Los Cristianos is located on the Canary Island of Tenerife. The centre of the town is around Los Cristianos Bay but is gradually expanding inland. There are many older building that remain in the town which pre-date the increase in tourism which began in the late 20th century. The town has two beaches, made up of black volcanic sand, and a number of bars, restaurants and clubs that cater for the increase in visitor numbers. In the promenade area of the town, away from the beaches, there are many shops including boutiques, designer labels and many other places to pick up a bargain.

By following the promenade to the west, Los Cristianos gradually blends into Playa de las Americas which has a reputation of the being the party capital of Tenerife. This is because it has many nightclubs and bars but also has an excellent selection of shops. For a more sedate way to spend your time, take a ferry to the island of La Gomera where visitors will find rainforests waiting to be explored. The crossing to La Gomera takes around 70 minutes.

From the town's port, ferries can be taken to Valverde, San Sebastian de la Gomera and Santa Cruz de La Palma.

Valverde Guide

Valverde is the capital of the island of El Hierro, in the Canary Islands, and is a fairly quiet city that is surrounded by beautiful countryside. The city is located on a mountain that is around 600 meters above sea level and is the only capital in the Canary Islands that does not have a coastal location. An important, and popular, attraction in the city is the Church of Santa Maria e la Concepcion which dates back to the 18th century. Contained within the church is an 18th century carving of the Virgin Mary and a Cristo de la Columna, a Genoese sculpture which is of great artistic interest. The City Hall faces the church and is a good example of typical canary Island architecture.

Mocanal, in the north of the island, has abundant vegetation and an old settlement of stone straw-thatched houses called Pozo de las Calcosas, and is also site of two large natural swimming pools. One of the most important festivals held on the island is the Bajada de la Virgen de los Reyes. In this traditional festival, which is held every four years, the islanders carry their Virgin from her sanctuary to Valverde.