Inter-Island TravelThe Canary archipelago is made up of seven principle islands, Lanzarote, Tenerife, Gran Canaria, Fuerteventura, El Hierro, La Gomera and La Palma. These seven islands are well-connected by Flights, Ferries and Fast-Ferries.
The small islands of La Graciosa and Los Lobos are also accessible. A ferry leaves from Orzola in the north of the Island for La Graciosa and several excursions provide day-trips to Los Lobos (a small island to the north of neighbouring Fuerteventura).
Since the Canary Islands are less than 500km across, it is possible to take day-trips to see the other islands. Fuerteventura is easily accessible by Ferry from Lanzarote and the journey takes just twenty minutes. Binter and Islas Airways operate frequent (several times daily) direct flights to Santa Cruz in Tenerife and to Gran Canaria, from where it is possible to get to any of the other Islands.
Binter also fly to La Palma three times per week.