Puertos Canarios is developing a Business strategy with the aim of consolidating cruise traﬃc in the ports of Valle Gran Rey (La Gomera), and Gran Tarajal (Fuerteventura) and extend the oﬀer to new destinations such as the new port of Tazacorte (La Palma). The promotion of cruise business is to make proﬁt at Canary Islands ports.
Tazacorte – It’s no coincidence that this island is known as “la Isla Bonita”, or “pretty island”. Home to almost intact nature resources, with landscapes of remarkable beauty. La Palma is the green island which reveals a multitude of colours beneath one of the best skies in the world in terms of astronomic observation. Our port is an excellent starting point to visit the Caldera de Taburiente National Park, a huge crater, which dominates this part of the island.
Vueltas (Valle Gran Rey) – A jewel of nature. That’s how you will describe La Gomera. You’ll have to make an imaginative eﬀort to ﬁnd the words to describe its landscapes, especially the green forest formed by species that disappeared in other parts of the world millions of years ago, but which have survived here and will amaze you. Our port, situated in Valle Gran Rey, leads you to the main tourist area, a big valley with the best beaches on the island. The port has good service of smaller ships, where you can live the experience of swimming with dolphins and whales.
Gran Tarajal – An island with over 150 km of sandy beaches and turquoise waters, where you can discover vast natural landscapes and share the natural openness of its people. A place to enjoy numerous activities in the best conditions. That paradise has a name: Fuerteventura, the Beach of Canaries. The port of Gran Tarajal is close to the touristic areas in the south of the island and the main attractions. On the east coast of the Peninsula of Jandia, are the beach resorts Jandia Playa and Morro Jable. The western coast also has some of the most beautiful beaches. The bay of Cofete is popular with surfers.