Port of Los Cristianos

Port of Los Cristianos, Arona, Tenerife

28º 02' 55" N 016º 43' 09" W

Located in the fishing town of Los Cristianos in the south of Tenerife. This is where the whole whale and dolphin wathcing story started in the early 80's. The Port of Los Cristianos could be considered the birth place of Whale Watching in the Canary Islands. , Los Cristianos is a good place to spend the day. With the beach of Los Cristianos being close by with many activities such as shops, restaurants, icecream shops, cafeterias and bars. Try one of the local fish restaurants. Have some fresh fish caught daily and brought to the port by the local fishermen.

Blue Boat regulations          Carta por la sostenibilidad del avistamiento de cetáceos

Port Of Los Cristianos: A marina in the south of Tenerife

The port of Los Cristianos, in the south of Tenerife, is one of the most important passenger traffic ports in the Canary Islands. Since it connects with the islands of La Gomera, El Hierro and La Palma. It is a key destination for those navigators who wish to rest in one of the most tourist and sunny areas of Tenerife. At the same time also have the possibility to go to other Canarian ports at another stage of their trip.

Port of Los Cristianos: Water sports in the marina

This port has 200 moorings that allow a maximum of 20 meters in length and a draft of six meters at low tide. Among the services available to its customers are showers, crane, boathouse, surveillance throughout the day and cafeteria. In the marina itself there are sailing and diving schools that offer initiation classes and enjoy these sports. These of which add to the wide range of leisure activities on the mainland.